Python Hacking Complete Beginner to Advanced Course

Python Hacking Complete Beginner to Advanced Course

Python Hacking Complete Beginner to Advanced Course

Section 1- 8 – Beginner Level, Section 9-14 – Intermediate Level, Section 15-21 – Advanced Level.

Language: english

Note: 4.3/5 (129 notes) 32,939 students

Instructor(s): Edcorner Learning

Last update: 2022-01-10

What you’ll learn

  • Python Hacking
  • Encrypt or Decrypt
  • Ceaser Cipher
  • Transposition Cipher
  • Dictionary Alpha
  • Transposition Hack
  • Multiplicative cipher
  • Affine Cipher
  • Substitution Cipher
  • Cryptomath
  • Sub Hacker Program
  • Letter Mapping
  • Vigenere Cipher
  • Frequency Analysis
  • Kasiski Examination

 

Requirements

  • Basic Programming
  • Basic Python Programming

 

Description

Python Hacking Complete Beginner to Advanced Course:

Section 1- 8 – Beginner Level

Section 9-14 – Intermediate Level

Section 15-21 – Advanced Level.

Ethical Hacking is the process of identifying potential threats and vulnerabilities on a computer or network through advanced tools and techniques. An ethical hacker or White Hat hacker attempts to access an organization computer or network bypassing system security and search for weak points and vulnerable network points which could be exploited by malicious hackers or Black Hat hackers.

Ethical Hackers generally uses several tools to access the network and uses scripts to search for any anomalies or vulnerable points on the network. Python is a simple, powerful and open source programming language which is used to write scripts for Ethical Hacking.

Python has gained its popularity mostly because of its super powerful yet easy to use libraries. Sure Python has awesome readability and it is really simple and all but nothing really beats the fact your job as a developer is made super simple with these libraries. These libraries find uses in all sorts of domains.

You might be asking: why use Python for cyber security? Well, there are several reasons. Experts mention Python among those languages that have low learning curves, meaning that they are relatively easier to learn for beginners

This easier-to-learn approach comes from the fact that Python is highly readable. If you have ever seen Python code, you should know that its syntax resembles the standard English language.

 

Who this course is for

  • Developers
  • Any students who wants to learn Python Hacking.

 

Course content

  • Introduction to Beginner Level
    • Introduction
  • Python Hacking
    • 02 – Hello World
    • 03 – While Function
    • 04 – Message
    • 05 – Length Function
    • 06 – Decrypt Message
  • Ciper Program
    • 07 – Ceaser Cipher Program
    • 08 – Encrypt or Decrypt
    • 09 – Using Symbols Type
    • 10 – Using Symbols Type Continue
    • 11 – Encrypt Text
    • 12 – Python Hacking Demo
    • 13 – Dictionary Alpha
    • 14 – Symbol STR
    • 15 – Key STR
    • 16 – Max Key Size
  • Course Message
    • 17 – Course Message Part 1
    • 18 – Course Message Part 2
    • 19 – Course Message Part 3
    • 20 – Course Message Part 4
    • 21 – Course Message Part 5
    • 22 – Course Message Part 6
    • 23 – Course Message Part 7
    • 24 – Course Message Part 8
    • 25 – Course Message Part 9
  • Test Program
    • 26 – Test Program Transposition Cipher
    • 27 – Test Program Transposition Cipher Continue
  • Explaining the Program
    • 28 – Explaining the Program Part 1
    • 29 – Explaining the Program Part 2
    • 30 – Explaining the Program Part 3
  • More Example
    • 31 – Extra Example Transposition Cipher
    • 32 – Extra Example Transposition Cipher Continue
  • Encrypting & decrypting files
    • 33 – Excrypting
    • 34 – Decrypting Files
    • 35 – Explaining the Program
    • 36 – Explaining the Program Continue
    • 37 – More on Encrypting
  • Staring of Intermediate Level
    • Introduction to intermediate level Course
  • Creating Check English
    • 02 – Creating Check English py File
    • 03 – Creating Check English py File Continue
  • Understanding the Program
    • 04 – Understanding the Program Part 1
    • 05 – Understanding the Program Part 2
    • 06 – Understanding the Program Part 3
    • 07 – Understanding the Program Part 4
    • 08 – Understanding the Program Part 5
    • 09 – Understanding the Program Part 6
  • Hacking Transposition
    • Hacking Transposition Cipher
    • Hacking Transposition Cipher Continue
    • Transposition Hack Eg.py
    • Transposition Hack Eg.py Continue
    • 14 – Understanding GCD
    • 15 – Multiplicative cipher
    • 16 – Creating Cryptomath1.py Program
    • 17 – Creating Cryptomath1.py Program Continue
  • Affine Cipher
    • 18 – Affine Cipher Part 1
    • 19 – Affine Cipher Part 2
    • 20 – Affine Cipher Part 3
    • 21 – Affine Cipher Part 4
    • 22 – Affine Cipher Part 5
    • 23 – Affine Cipher Part 6
    • 24 – Affine Cipher Part 7
    • 25 – Affine Cipher Part 8
  • Simple Substitution Cipher
    • 26 – Simple Substitution Cipher Part 1
    • 27 – Simple Substitution Cipher Part 2
    • 28 – Simple Substitution Cipher Part 3
    • 29 – Simple Substitution Cipher Part 4
    • 30 – Simple Substitution Cipher Part 5
  • Starting Advanced Course – Python Hacking
    • Introduction
  • Simple Substitution Cipher
    • 02 – Simple Substitution Cipher
    • 03 – Simple Substitution Cipher Continue
    • 04 – Wordpattern Program
    • 05 – Simple Sub Hacker Program
    • 06 – Simple Sub Hacker Program Continue
    • 07 – More on Continue Simple Sub Hacker Program
    • 08 – Understanding the Program Created
    • 09 – Understanding the Program Created Continue
  • Letter Mapping
    • 10 – Letter Mapping Part 1
    • 11 – Letter Mapping Part 2
    • 12 – Letter Mapping Part 3
    • 13 – Letter Mapping Part 4
    • 14 – Letter Mapping Part 5
    • 15 – Letter Mapping Part 6
  • Vigenere Program
    • 16 Vigenere Cipher Demo Program
    • 17 – Vigenere Cipher Demo Program Continue
    • 18 – Creating Vigenere Program
    • 19 – Understanding Vigenere Program
    • 20 – Vigenere Demo
  • Frequency Analysis
    • 21 – What is Frequency Analysis
    • 22 – Program of Frequency Analysis
    • 23 – Frequency Analysis Continue
    • 24 – Understanding Frequency Analysis
    • 25 – Frequency Analysis Program
    • 26 – Frequency Analysis Program Continue
    • 27 – More on Frequency Analysis Program
  • Hacking Vigenere
    • 28 – Hacking Vigenere Cipher using Dictionary
    • 29 – Hacking Vigenere Cipher using Dictionary Continue
  • Kasiski Examination
    • 30 – Kasiski Examination
    • 31 – Kasiski Examination Continue
    • 32 – Vigenere Hacker 2nd Method
    • 33 – Vigenere Hacker 2nd Method Continue
    • 34 – Get Useful Factor Function
    • 35 – Get Most Common Factors Function
    • 36 – Kasiski Examination Funcyion
    • 37 – Key Letter Function
    • 38 – Key Length
    • 39 – Hack Vigenere Function
    • 40 – Finding and Generating Prime Numbers

 

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