Programming for Pentesters

From a linked in post by

🤔 Knowing how to code in cybersecurity is one of the big controversies in the community.

What I can say is that I was a developer before becoming a pentester, and this skill helps me every day during my pentests.

If you want to learn to code, some languages are very interesting in cybersecurity.

👉 𝗣𝘆𝘁𝗵𝗼𝗻
🌟 Python for pentesting on Hackersploit

🌟 Python for pentester Alison

🌟 CS50’s Introduction to Programming with Python

🌟 Have fun while learning Python with CheckIo

👉 𝗕𝗮𝘀𝗵
🌟 Bash Scripting on Hackersploit

🌟 Bash guide for beginners by Machtelt Garrels

🌟 Advanced Bash Scripting Guide by Mendel Cooper

🌟 Bash Academy by Maarten Billemont

👉 𝗝𝗮𝘃𝗮𝘀𝗰𝗿𝗶𝗽𝘁
🌟 Javascript for Hackers by Stök with Tomnomnom

🌟 JavaScript Programming Full Course - Free Code Camp

🌟 Javascript for pentest part 1 by Justin Sp1icer

🌟 Javascript for pentest part 2 by Justin Sp1icer

🌟 Basics of SQL for pentesters by Fatin Sirat

🌟 SQLZoo

🌟 SQL on HackerRank

🌟My pentips on Programming

🚨🚨 𝐒𝐇𝐀𝐑𝐄 - Do you know other resources? Please share them in the comment🚨🚨

➡️ 𝐅𝐎𝐋𝐋𝐎𝐖 𝐌𝐄 on Github for more pentest tips: ⬅️

*1 This is provided for educational and informational purpose only
*2 Please note that the term "pentesting" (or "hacking," "bug bounty," "red teaming," etc.) is used in a legal context as a type of intrusion test to identify vulnerabilities and improve security measures. It is not intended for malicious purposes but rather for the greater good of enhancing cybersecurity.⚠️

#cybersecurity #cybersécurité #pentest #programming

Manual for Xiegu G90 with V1.79b03 Firmware

Here is a current document that aligns with the new firmware v1.79b03. The graphics/images are not updated but the text is correct for most of the items I noticed changed, like the Multi Function Know to adjust the Band Filters.

May 3, 2023 is the date for required compliance to FFC rules reqaqrding RF exposure.

Amateur Radio is basically a safe activity. In recent years, however, there has been considerable discussion and concern about the possible hazards of electromagnetic radiation, including both RF energy and power-frequency (50-60 Hz) electromagnetic fields.  To allay such concerns, the FCC set limits on the amount of RF energy people can be exposed to. Some stations need to be evaluated to see if they are in compliance with the rules.
If you do have to do a station evaluation for one or more powers or modes, use this worksheet to guide you through the process. This single page worksheet and instructions will suffice for many stations. You can keep this worksheet in your station records,  You do not need to send anything to the FCC once you complete your evaluation.
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