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## Learn Ethical Hacking Episode #1: Introduction

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Hello everybody and welcome to this introductory video! Today, I will be talking about ethical hacking, and I will also introduce you to the course itself.

You might have noticed that the term ethical hacking is composed out of two words: you have ethical, and you have hacking. Now hacking, the definition of hacking, is quite broad. The act of hacking consists of compromising any system, not just computer or digital systems. For example, lock picking is a form of hacking. The ethical side of it would be when you have permission to do it, when it’s within the constraints of the law.

Anyway, this course will focus on computer systems. We will cover how to penetrate networks, how to exploit systems, how to break into computers, how to compromise routers, etc. After you have finished the course, after you have absorbed all of the information in it, you will gain the ability to do some serious damage. Now, because of this, I wish to give a disclaimer. First off, I do not encourage any sort of illegal activity. Furthermore, I strongly advise against it. This tutorial is purely for education purposes.

The field of network security is growing rapidly, and many networks tend to be insecure. There are many opportunities for knowledgeable pen-testers, and I hope you find the tutorials useful!

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A Beginner’s Guide to Linux System Administration!

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BASH Programming Course: Master the Linux Command Line!

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The Complete Wireshark Course: Go from Beginner to Advanced!

Learn to use Wireshark as a networking professional including troubleshooting, analysis, and protocol development!

Design and Build Your Own Personal Computer!

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## Learn Python Episode #24: Final Project

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Welcome back everyone! We are on the last video of this tutorial series which means you now have a basic understanding of Python. You actually have enough knowledge right now to start building basic programs. We have covered some of the core concepts, as well as the language syntax, and we currently know how to create loops, if-elif-else statements, variables, etc. So, we are going to finish off the series with a project, specifically building a calculator in Python. Let’s go ahead an open up our ide.

`import re`

```print("Our Magical Calculator") print("Type 'quit to exit\n'")```

```previous = 0 run = True```

```def performMath(): global run global previous equation = "" if previous == 0: equation = input("Enter equation:") else: equation = input (str(previous))```

```if equation == 'quit': print("Goodbye, human.") run = false else: equation = re.sub('[a-zA-Z,.:()" "]', ' ', equation)```

```if previous == 0: previous = eval(equation) else: previous = eval(str(previous) + equation)```

```while run: performMath()```

At the top of the script we are going to import the regex library, write a print statement welcoming our user, and inform our user how to exit the program. Next, we will define the previous and run variables. The previous variable will define the default value upon starting the program, and the run variable will determine whether the program is running or not.

Next, we will get into the meat of our calculator program. We will begin by defining the performMath function. Since the run and previous variables do not exist within our function, we will need to import them as global variables. Finally, we will define the equation variable.

Now that the performMath function is created, we will need to tell it what to do. The first if-else statement will request an input from the user. The second if-else statement will tell the program how to handle the user input. If the user types “quit”, the program will end and print “Goodbye, human.” Otherwise, the program will run a regex request on the input. Remember from the previous tutorial, we can use the regex library to identify and replace different sets of characters. We do not want the user inputting anything other than basic math. In the same block of code, we are going to run the eval function on the input from the user. If the user has already run a calculation, our program will take that result and add it to any additional calculations.

Lastly, we will create a while loop to run our performMath function. This is a very basic program and I would be interested to see any additions you make to it! Thank you to everyone who followed along with this tutorial series. I hope you found the information valuable!

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## Learn Python Episode #23: Importing Libraries into a Script

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In this tutorial we are going to learn how to import different modules into a Python script. So, what is a module? A module is an external library that you can include and use in your project, without having to write the additional functionality yourself. Let’s import the regex library.

`import re`

Re is included with Python, so there’s nothing that we need to install in order to use it. Regex is basically a mini-programming language that you can use within most other languages. Regex gives us a way to match certain characters and then do something based on that. Let’s cover some basic re usage.

`string = "'I AM NOT YELLING', she said. Though we knew it to not be true."`

`print(string)`

This particular string has capital letters, lower-case letters, a comma, a period, and quotations. Let’s play around with this a bit.

`new = re.sub('[A-Z]', '', string)`

What we’re going here is instantiating the re object that we imported at the top of the script, and we’re calling the sub, or substitute, function on the re object. So just like calling any other function, we need to provide parameters to the object. We haven’t discussed classes or objects yet, and we will get to them later, but this is what we need to know for the sake of this video. The three parameters that this substitute function will take is the matches we want to make, what we want to replace them with, and then string that we’re going to manipulate. Take note that rules in regex are contained within square brackets.

`print(new)`

As you can see, we took the capital letters A-Z and replaced them with blank space. There are all sorts of different applications for regex, and we will be using it when creating a calculator in the next video.

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## Learn Python Episode #22: For/While Loops

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In this tutorial we are going to cover the two loops types in Python. The first one is a for loop. A for loop will allow you to iterate over a list in Python. In other words, you can do something for each item in the list. So, let’s go ahead and create a list.

`numbers = [1, 2, 3, 4, 5]`

```for item in numbers print(item)```

When we run this each number in our list will be printed out in the console. Let’s add names to our list instead of numbers.

`names = ["Nick", "Someone", "Another Person"]`

```for item in names print("This persons name is", item)```

That is a for loop, and basically the second parameter is to access the list, and then the first parameter is what you want each item in the list to be called while inside it’s little block of code. Now we’re going to learn about a while loop.

```run = True current = 1```

```while run: if current == 100: run = False else: print(current) current += 1```

In this bit of code we are creating two variables, while, and then we write what we want to happen while the program is running. In this case, we are going to check to see if current = 100. If not, we are going to add 1 to the total, and we are starting from 1. Once the total hits 100 the program will stop running. We will be using loops quite a bit throughout this course, so make sure you’ve mastered this concept.

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## Learn Python Episode #21: If, Elif, Else Statements

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In this tutorial we are going to be learning about the conditional statements available to you in Python. So, we’re going to be learning about the if-else statement, and this is basically provides us a way to evaluate if something is true or false, and then perform something whether or not the condition is met. Let’s write an if-else statement.

`check = True`

```if check == False: print("It is false") else: print("It is actually equal to True")```

This is going to print out “It is actually equal to True” in the console. First, Python is going to check if the variable is equal to false. Else, it’s going to continue through the script and print, or perform, whatever we tell it to do. This is great if we only have two conditions, but what if we want to use more than two? Between the if and else we can use an elif statement, and here we can supply an additional condition.

`check = Hamburger`

if check == False:
print(“It is false”)
elif check == “Hamburger”:
print(“Yummm, hamburgers”)
else:
print(“It is actually equal to True”)

When we run this script it’s going check to see if the first condition is true, if not it will check the next condition, if not it will print the else statement. So, that’s what an if-statement is, and these are necessary for the project we are about to begin working on.