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Joe Perry (@perry) has put together a framework that is a complete MUST-KNOW for any aspiring cyber security professional who wants to move up the ladder. Python for Security Professionals is a class that is designed to teach you the functions of Python that play a role in a penetration testing career. It is not necessary to know Python from a complete programming language knowledge level, however, there are certain commands and functions that are critical to becoming a top-tier professional.

Again, this class is designed specifically for NON-CODERS who know they need to know this critical scripting language for a successful career in penetration testing and cyber security.

About the Course:

This course will take you from basic concepts to advanced scripts in just over 10 hours of material, with a focus on networking and security. Students will learn about networking protocols, fuzzing, and information gathering automation in a simple, easy-to-understand format.

CEU / CPE: 15
Total Clock Hours: 10 hr 17 min
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Installation instructions will be provided in the course videos

This course sponsored by: The Brakeing Down Security Podcast
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  1. Sir this course is for biginners ? who dont know any computer language….

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    Course is OK.
    Pro’s = covering foundational concepts
    Con’s = looses too much focus running in parallel demos which are not planned our, too many errors and poor examples.
    This is the downfall of most programming courses. Stick to the concepts and use planned examples within sliees

  3. Are the python codes and modules used in this class easily available in internet..

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