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No.6

  No.7

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  No.9

>>6
I thought as a chan, reddit was considered filled with only crap-tier material

  No.11

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  No.14

>>9
Reddit is a huge community, it's quite childish to think that it doesn't have good material just because 4chan decided to make fun of it a few years ago.

  No.18

>>9
Reddit produces great stuff, at least the ones that delve into technology, I can't speak for them all. Don't let that meme change your perception of the site.


  No.28

>>9
The communities that surround places like reddit and tumblr are toxic but it doesn't mean that there isn't good material on the site.

  No.30

>>14
>>18
It isn't just "a meme", it's the mentality of reddit and on which it was built.
The "joke stealer meme crowd" 4chan ridiculed is now on technology subreddits.

If you want something new, don't delve there.
If you want to really learn something that is already mainstream I heavily suggest mainstream venues like reddit.

  No.31

http://archive.li/R5TUV

maybe this will help

  No.32

>>28
Eh, I'd tend to agree except in the case of /r/netsec

It's so technical it filters out MOST of the skiddy bs

  No.34

Test

  No.36

Smaller Reddit communities are fine, there's a sort of quasi-meme on there that if a board gets too big another board with a separate name but for the same topic will pop up with better oc and better discussion.

Large boards are absolutely awful though, oc is usually good, but cringey and the community becomes solely based on getting karma as opposed to what the point of karma is, which is to promote community growth and posts that are beneficent to the board or to the thread.

I'm sure early into Reddit's existence karma for this function worked well and did promote the site to grow to the size it has, but the site overall alright and I use it.

Polite sage for off-topic

  No.38

Arguing about inanities such as this with no actual relation to security is one issue with simple dumps of information.

As the board is still young, I'll post this rather than delete many posts, for now.

  No.39

>>26
In terms of practicing, just disassemble anything (presumably but not necessarily an executable binary) that you think is interesting.

Trace the paths through the program that user input takes with a debugger and attempt to discern how you can influence its behavior.

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Hacker General's back bby

  No.41

I fuarrrking love that picture. Are there any HQ versions of it?

  No.44

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I'll suggest a few more resources.
Cryptography:
http://cryptopals.com/
I also pasted this in /lambda/ because it's relevant there as well.
Reverse Engineering
https://beginners.re/
https://challenges.re/
https://microcorruption.com/login (good soykaf)
http://skullcode.com/ (hardcore!)
War Games: (I'll just post my two favorite wargames sites, someone here sure has a bigger list)
http://overthewire.org/wargames/
http://pwnable.kr/

And also a book. Please enjoy.

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Oh and how could I forget this one.

  No.48

>>31
OP of HG#6. I'm glad someone archived it.

  No.53

>>18
>Don't let that meme change your perception of the site
Tried to create a thread on /r/netsec the other night. It actually never appeared as open, probably wasn't accepted by the mods. Cool place, you were saying

  No.54

>>53
That is exactly why it's a good place. You are supposed to read the rules and submit according to them. The same applies to lainchan, this is not a thread about reddit and enough has been said about it.
Either use it or don't, if you want to discuss reddit, create a thread about it.

  No.55

>>38
>Arguing about inanities such as this with no actual relation to security
How is talking about resources considered to be entirely off-topic?

>>54
>neurosuggesting the rules weren't followed

  No.56

>>55
>How is talking about resources considered to be entirely off-topic?
Reddit is not related to hacking. The resource was posted, either you use it or you don't. This is not facebook nor 4chan.

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  No.67

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Malware collection and exploitation pack collections for analysis and learning use only
https://github.com/ytisf/theZoo

  No.68

>>56
Please, take some camomilla.

My teapot is enough long

  No.129

This course looks promising. I'm looking forward to it.
http://security.cs.rpi.edu/courses/binexp-spring2015/

Has someone completed it?

  No.203

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Reviving this thread

  No.206

Hey, does anyone want to get together on IRC tomorrow and work on hacking together?

we can create a room on the irc

  No.207

>>206
There are already existing channels including #wired-students, #LainHackGen , #netsec , #lainctf , but if you want to make another, then feel free.

  No.208

>>207
I didn't know that #lainhackgen was still a thing, thanks for the heads up!

  No.233

what book would you recommend as a general introduction to security, aimed for people who are tech literate but have never been educated with a security focus? my university doesn't even offer a security course. :(

  No.234

>>223
The art of exploitation. It's in one of the first few links.

  No.235

>>233
Grey hat hacking, what ever is the newest edition, i think 4th, but 3rd should till be relevantish

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  No.243

>>237
>>235
i greatly appreciate it