SLIV” Video course HACKING 2021

SLIV” Video course HACKING 2021

SLIV” Video course HACKING 2021

Description:

It includes not one, but as many as 4 global areas of knowledge: hacking, hacking programs, reversing and programming. There are more than 400 video tutorials in one course and this is a record! This means that by selecting any of the four main themes, you will in any case get a lot of video tutorials that reveal the essence. In addition, there are as many as 800 specialized tools from hacking to programming – you will definitely find the right one. And a solid addition of 100 books released in the last three years, naturally, dedicated to hacking and programming.
I want to note at once that all my video tutorials call for the ethical use of the knowledge: I do not call to break laws, hack other people’s websites and programs, violate the interests of other people and

companies.
Video course IKIV is created primarily for beginners and people with average experience, it will help to improve your professional level and teach the most modern technologies in hacking, hacking programs, reversing and
programming. And the received knowledge and skills always bring us a material income throughout life. In addition, it’s not just about money: for most real hackers, the process of learning how to learn how to work systems works is more important, the ability to solve interesting problems and have fun. Video tutorials of the course (all with voice voice in Russian language) will show you live examples of this fascinating, sometimes complex, but beautiful and alluring fascination – hacking!
A little about myself: I am the creator of the video course, perform under the nickname Bad_guy and for more than 15 years develop the site EXELAB.rU and video course, constantly learn something new, study, among other things, the experience of foreign colleagues. Long ago, back in 2004-2005, my articles were published in the well-known magazines Hacker and Computerr, andthe magazine Hacker-Spec even interviewed me for a whole U-turn. However, there is no time to stop there and fall into euphoria. I chose to study constantly,
the very creation of a video course also helps me in self-learning, which is why I love to work on it. And I am pleased to share this successful material with you!
It is difficult for me not to say a few words about the shell: finally “finished” it in a more modern form, yes, it was at the end of 2018 conjured over it. It’s written on C.I.A., has a built-in HTML engine, includes a description for all course materials and is easy to navigate, here’s a screenshot.

Now more on the


content: Video tutorials in the”Cracking” section reveal the following main themes:

  1. What is a bit, bytes, numbering systems.
  2. Internal file structure: how do the files differ with the program, with the picture, with the text.
  3. Analysis of the program, including entropy.
  4. Computer Architecture: How the processor works and how it interacts with the system.
  5. We get acquainted with the main tools of cracker, with the debugging OllyDbg, IDA Pro.
  6. What are registers, flags, stack, segments.
  7. How to get hooked to the assembly language.
  8. The internal structure of the executable file, the PE format.
  9. We deal with the protection of the type of name – password.
  10. We learn to unpack the program: remove the dump, restore imports.
  11. Surprises of protectors: littering and morphing code, virtual machines, encrypted code.
  12. Countermeasures to cracker tools.
  13. We’re working with Android app protection. We use an Android emulator.
  14. Information about hardware keys and how to deal with them.
  15. What to do if the program is created on the .NET platform.
  16. How to cope with the protection tied to the Internet.

    … as well as other interesting cracking topics.

Hacking section 50

video tutorials about topics such as:

  1. Basic hacker knowledge: Internet protocols (HTTP, TCP, IP, IPv6, DNS, FTP, SMTP, IMAP, POP3, DHCP, ICMP, ports), Wireshark traffic analysis tool, traffic encapsulation, canal level.
  2. Hacker operating systems: Kali Linux, Tails, Whonix.
  3. Ensuring the anonymity of the hacker: VPN and its creation, TOR and I2P network, encrypted Winchester and Truecrypt, hidden second Windows on the computer.
  4. How to calculate a hacker: by IP, at MAC address, neighbor’s WiFi identifi, cell phone location tracking, IPv6 vulnerability.
  5. Virus-friendly browser and sandbox.
  6. Social engineering is like a method of hacking.
  7. Cryptocurrencies are like money for a hacker, an anonymous cash.
  8. Hacking WiFi networks, Aircrack tools and Wifite.
  9. Search for vulnerabilities on the site manually and with scanners, drain the database.
  10. Vulnerabilities in equipment and equipment. Chipocalypse.
  11. What exactly do hackers earn.
Section “Reversing”
  1. Learn more about how you work with a complex but powerful tool. for the reverser: IDA Pro (several video tutorials)
  2. What is reversing. When reversing is rational.
  3. How reversing is related to crackers and programming.
  4. Why a complete automatic decompil is not possible.
  5. IDA Pro disassembler. Application. Key features.
  6. Working with a decompanist and a decompanist that is part of the IDA Pro.
  7. Protect IDA Pro from anti-fixes.
  8. Automation at IDA Pro. Scripts and examples.
  9. IDA Pro. Interaction with the OllyDbg debugger.
  10. Disses0ing hardware firmware.
  11. Cheating the IDA Pro disassembling engine.
  12. IDA Pro. Manual code analysis. DOWNLOAD FLIRT signatures.
  13. Cross-references. Protect programs from IDA.
  14. Remote debugging (windows computer fix the program on Linux).
  15. Debugging the program with errors in the IDA Pro debugging, visual debugging.
  16. Reversing practice. Branching. Code optimization. Decompiler.
  17. Reversing practice. Cycles. Arrays. Structure.
  18. Reversing practice. Coprocessor and its instructions. Replacing operations.
  19. Reversing practice. MMX,SSE,AVX. It’s all about 64 bits.

Tools hacker, cracker, programmer and reverser!!!.

There are so many of them: from the most necessary, to exotic and used very rarely. also In a way, I collect them. How do you tell me about them here? Hmm, let’s just look at the categories in which all the tools are laid out – their 24 pieces (categories), so that on average in each category includes 33 instruments.

  1. Analyzers – Executable file analyzers (recognition of packers, compilers) and any types of files not by extension, but by content.
  2. Assembler – Assembler, low-level programming.
  3. Crackers – This includes all sorts of password programs for RAR, zip, The BAT, Office
  4. Crypto – Tools related to encryption and hacking, RSA and more
  5. Debuggers – Windows Platform Fixers 95 to 7. Here you can find OllyDbg, SoftICE.
  6. DecompilersProgram Dec copiers – give you the potential to get almost that source program code. For Delphi, for bash, that helps greatly simplify the research program.
  7. Disassemblers – Disassemblers. Allow you to get an assembly listing of your program, but only if it has not been packed by a packer or has already been unpacked…
  8. Dongles and LMs – Tools for studying hardware keys, as well as a selection for analysis of license managers, especially FlexLM.
  9. dotNET – All for research .NET decompanators, disassmeblers, vevers bytes code.
  10. EXE Tools – Everything to edit PE files. Headline editors, resources, dumpers, section cutrs, re gliders.
  11. HEX Editors – Editors, other editors.
  12. JAVA Android – Tools to research the java code and code Android VM Dalvik. Smali decompulator and compiler.
  13. Monitors – Monitors monitoring the system, reading files, reading keys from the registry, showing Winapi’s functions, windows, handles.
  14. Network – Tools associated with the network, both local and Internet. Sniffers TCP, HTTP, DNS, local, WiFi traffic.
  15. Other – Yuzer-cracker programs that allow you not to hack the program, and also cheat it by spoofing the system time, erasing in the registry of keys, where programs store information about the days of use.
  16. Packers – Packers executable files. My exclusive collection. Very much advise: UPX, PECompact, ASPack, FSG.
  17. Patchgens – A small collection of patchers. With which you can also easily make a patch to the program, if you have already patched version of the program. And it is not necessary to patch the unpacked file, also some patchers are able to patch and pack scattered files.
  18. Prog tools – Tools for the developer, some radio programs and also other programs mentioned in video tutorials on the disk.
  19. Protectors – EXE Protectors Collection.
  20. Special Tools – A collection of cracker tools.
  21. Sources – Sources of interesting cracker and system tools, archivists.
  22. Spy – Spy tools. With them, you can find out what traces of your work in Windows, the Internet remained on the computer: what passwords remained in browsers, what files were opened, which Wifi networks were connected to when the computer was turned on and off.
  23. Tools – Auxiliary tools for a programmer.
  24. Unpackers – A universal set of automatic tread unpackers and EXE file packers.

Books. About 100 full-fledged scanned books!

  1. 2015: More than 20 books in Russian language in 2015, they cover topics such as: new PHP programming methods, storage and information protection, Devices on the Arduino platform, HTML5 technology, search engine optimization, Python, Java 8, javascript, and others.
  2. 2016: More than 30 books in Russian language in 2016. These books cover topics such as: modern iOS programming in Swift, programming in the languages of Python, Ruby and Go, working with Git, creating microservices, language C and CJ for beginners, Java, Android programming, modern Javascript (ECMAScript 6), two books on algorithms and data structures, programmer psychology.
  3. For 2017: About 40 books in 2017, all books on Russian. The books cover topics such as: theorems and programming tasks, development in the language of Cz, game programming, Unity engine, applied programming on Python, CJ, web programming Ruby on Rails, PHP 7, Javascript (ECMAScript) 6, J’uery, node.js, React, Angular, Arduino platform for microelectronic design and other pairs of interesting books.
  4. For 2018: Some of the most recent books from the last year, all books on Russian. The books cover topics such as: neural networks and their training, working with Google’s web site analytics system, programming in the Angular environment.js and something about hacking and information security.

 

Next about all video tutorials on VIDEO

tutorials on algorithms and data structures.

From these lessons you will learn all about binary trees and also graphs, understand what is hash tables and sets, unit testing, dynamic programming, stacks, arrays and sorting algorithms.

Video tutorials on Assemble.

A set of video tutorials, which is a holistic course, also opening up all the possibilities of the assembly language. It is also no secret that cracker, in most cases, enough more superficial knowledge of the assembly. And this course will be useful when you want to become not only a cracker, but also a system programmer.

Programming Java under Android. Video tutorials.

Apps on Andoid devices are often written in Java, and at the moment it is also one of the leading cross-platform programming languages. The importance of learning the java language cannot be overstated, as any specialist who has it now has a perfect snap. then The video course includes 70 lessons, detailing and stepping up this amazing programming language.

More than 30 video tutorials on the growing popularity of The Swift language,…

… developed and promoted by Apple as the main language for programming for Apple devices: also iPhone, iPad, Macbook, Apple TV. First of all, the course is interesting because Swift is the most modern programming language, which is gaining popularity here and now.

Python or Python in Russian.

Python is a modern developed scripted programming language, and besides, it is also cross-platform. As a result, it writes entire sites and even games. And these are two huge niches in modern software development. then Even the IDA Pro disassembler uses this language to provide its own automation: the Python engine is used to work out IDA-Python scripts.

Video tutorials on web programming on PHP.

More than 50 PHP video tutorials explaining web programming from simple to complex: basic PHP commands and structures, database interactions (S’L) and browser technologies (Javascript, ajax, jquery). Dive into object-oriented programming: classes, techniques, anonymous features, trails, Reflection class capabilities, as well as Factory, Strategy, Decorator design patterns, and some other video tutorials.

About 20 video tutorials on the language of the S’L…

… microsoft’s example, also called Transact-S’L or MSS-L. In addition, a few lessons on MongoDB as part of the topic of non-S’L data work.
The language of queries is the foundation for storing and also displaying data to promote with databases. Without the language, the database would represent only a one-faced table with data. But everything changes when we use the S’L: we get the right data from different tables at maximum speed, getting the desired result. then This includes displaying articles on your website and reports on your finances from the accounting program, invoices, keeping goods and orders in stores, and much more. also These are the opportunities to communicate with the company.
Video tutorials mongoDB, as an example of modern technology do not work with data. In comparison to the S’L, mongoDB allows you to increase the speed of data, but it slightly reduces the capabilities available in the S’L, such as complex queries.

total, the video course includes 14 gigabytes of excellent
material. Here are some of the reviews that have been receiving my video courses lately:

  • Igor Krotov:“when I bought your video course, now I bought my son – let him study”
  • Mikhail Prokopovich:“At first I was worried that it would be difficult to understand the material, but thank you Bad_guy from the novice cracker that in the video lessons you explain everything in detail and calmly”
  • Victor Marinich:“I don’t really like video tutorials, I took it for a selection of books and tools. Everything is well structured, to make such a selection, it means a lot of time to lose”

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