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Top 5 Hacking Laptops

If you're going to be spending your time hacking, you need a powerful and robust hacking laptop. Hacking involves cracking passwords, penetration testing, DDoS attacks, and intruding networks. These activities require your hardware to handle heavy amounts of data, be able to run virtual machines, have access to programming environments, and be able…
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6 DIY Hacking Projects for Aspiring Hackers

Testing your hacking skills with DIY hacking projects is a great way to see how deep your understanding of hacking is, and a way to strengthen your problem-solving skills. There is no "right way" to learn to hack, but some ways are better than others. Applying your knowledge to practical scenarios is one way to test your competency and improve your…
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10 Gadgets That Any Aspiring Ethical Hacker Must Have

Becoming an ethical hacker shouldn't just be about burying your nose in a textbook or spending hours drowning in code, it should also be fun! We've compiled a list of fun gadgets every aspiring hacker can use to develop your hacking skills and have some fun at the same time. Raspberry Pi Keep your hacking activities siloed from your personal…
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Best Hacking Tools for Windows

Finding the right hacking tools can be a challenge though, which is why we are here to ensure that you get the right one to suit your needs. Here’s a list with some of the best this year. Metasploit Metasploit is a set of dedicated exploit tools and it allows you to find vulnerabilities in various platforms. It’s pretty comprehensive…
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Why Aspiring Hackers Should Use Raspberry Pi

Raspberry Pi is a very capable and versatile device that allows aspiring hackers to learn the tricks of the trade. What is Raspberry Pi Raspberry Pi is a tiny and extremely affordable computer that you can use to learn programming and sharpen your hacking skills. This tiny computer contains all the basics of any computer including a processor,…
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We Talk to ‘The Security Noob’ Alex Giles

For our latest edition of ‘Stories from Cybersecurity’, we talked to aspiring cybersecurity professional, Alex Giles ( @Muldwych) . Alex already works in the IT field, but not in cybersecurity, which is where his passion lies.  He has been busy teaching himself all things hacking and cybersecurity via online courses and books. We are aware that…
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