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  • #42627

    bjacharya
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    Hello all cybrarians. 🙂 Most cool site ever.
    – Here, under this topic we will be dealing with features of python for Ethical Hacking.
    – I have my post approved for Cybrary Op3n too. You can get all from there. If missed, then you can follow, and participate actively here.
    Python Programming for Hackers. Part 1 – Getting Started
    Hi, & Welcome to this new how to series of student video tutorial. My name is Bijay, and i’ll be teaching you complete series of Python Programming for Hackers. This is first part, Part 1 – Introduction to course outline & setup process.

    (You can follow my post in Cybrary Op3n here : Part 1 because i am not sharing all here in forum. So, you can follow video of my first series of python here : https://youtu.be/w_f_1myPx-0

    • This topic was modified 4 years, 1 month ago by  bjacharya.
    #43176

    gpb5071
    Participant

    Thanks!

    #44262

    oden
    Participant

    I will check it out

    #44309

    master41
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    This video is not helpful at all for beginners. The text is very small and hard to read on the screen. The instructor goes way too fast and doesn’t explain what he’s doing sometimes. He refers to functions that he’s not yet explained. Some videos jump ahead. So, if you’re following along, the video skips over sections. Leaving you with no frame of reference. The instructor is referring to something you didn’t see, and you’re like a child who wandered into the middle of a movie. I rewound the video 3 or 4 times before I realized there was a jump there.

    #44410

    bjacharya
    Participant

    Hello master41, You are not getting my tutorials so far. At first I said “For Beginners” means Beginners in Python Hacking Scripts. And Second thing, I skipped lots of basic of python. Because to learn this series of python for hacking, you must be familiar and experienced with Basics of Python earlier. So, If you want to learn this series of python hacking, please first master the Python Basics and then come back.

    Anyways, Thanks for comment.
    BJ

    #46231

    cybermo
    Participant

    Thanks.

    #47300

    Sighery
    Participant

    This may be interesting, thanks ^^

    #47339

    Kn1ghtM@r3
    Participant

    Thank you

    #75641

    The Data Shark
    Participant

    Thanks~

    #75650

    Paul Rouk
    Participant

    I tried going to the link you show in the video to download your sample files, but I get a message that “This domain may be for sale!”

    #77967

    bjacharya
    Participant

    Soon, I will post new link of files. 🙂

    #78228

    Ahmed Diab
    Participant

    thanks

    #82202

    amanvishnani
    Participant

    looks good!

    #85163

    Terminal1
    Participant

    will check them out for sure … thank s bro

    #92075

    rizul
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    #111186

    elina9
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    #114785

    RonakRawal
    Participant

    Nice

    #117390

    wrcj88
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    Youre 100% right Master41. The start of this class specifically says it is for BEGINNERS and professionals, also states it is for those who want to learn Python. Just like the Cybrary Python course this video jumps right into specific functions and using syntax you wouldn’t know unless you were NOT a beginner.

    #117940

    ajiths
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    #117941

    ajiths
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