Knowledge is Free!

(haalim) #1

Knowledge is Power But like all power, there are those who want to keep it for themselves but em not one of them.
I was feeling bored and I start checking my bookmarks and I found these linked in my bookmarks so I thought I should make a list and share with others because knowledge should be free :heart:. Please note that this is my first post here If there is something wrong with the post if I choose the wrong category do let me know.

Penetration testing & Security related

Intro Trusted Computing

Flow analysis and Network Hunting

Live Overflow Web Hacking:

AngularJS Security

Web User Identification

Advance Threat Tactics Playlist

Cobalt Strike Training

Red Team Operations

ASU CSE 468 Computer Network Security F16

Incident Investigation and Response Lectures

Introduction to Cryptography by Christof Paar

Thread Hunting

Ethical Hacking Advanced

The CORE Hacking Course

Web and Network hacking stuff

MIT 6.858 Computer Systems Security

Securing FTP Authentication


How To Hack and Defend Your Website In 3 Hours


Bind a shell on Linux and reverse-connect to it through a firewall



Offensive Python for Networking

Hacking with Python

Python Penetration testing For Developers book pdf

Sofrware Define Radio

Blog for RTL-SDR

Software Define Radio Hak5 Playlist

Controlling IoT devices with crafted radio signals

Using Software Defined Radio to Attack “Smart Home” Systems" pdf

Software Defined Radio with HackRF (Michael Ossmann course)

Radio Hacking: Cars, Hardware, and more! - Samy Kamkar

LTE & IMSI Catcher Myths



Metasploit Minute (best)

Metasploit Framework Expert

METASPLOIT The Penetration Tester’s Guide by Devid kennedy

Metasploit RC Notes

Writing resource scripts for the Metasploit Framework

Metasploit Remote API cheat

Useful API Calls (metasploit-unleashed):

Remote API User Guide (hd moore):

Metasploit/meterpreter - API calls (netool discution):


Metasploit Penetration testing cookbook

Mastring Metasploit

Reverse Engineering, Malware , Exploit dev and other low level stuff

LiveOverflow Binary Hacking (best)

Introduction to Reverse Engineering

Life of Bianery

In-memory Evasion


Reverse Engineering Malware

Intermediate Intel X86

Dynamic Malware Analysis

lena reverse engineering course

The Art Of ELF: Analysis and Exploitations (article)

The sh3llcod3rs blog

Shellcoding for Linux and Windows Tutorial

Reverse Engineering 101 - NYU


Modern Binary Exploitation

How to Create a Virus Using the Assembly Language

Assembly in Real world-writing shell spawn shellcode!

GNU GDB Debugger Command Cheat Sheet

Flipping Bits in Memory Without Accessing Them: An Experimental Study of DRAM Disturbance Errors (paper)

Reverse Engineer Router Firmware

Reverse Engineering for Beginners (pdf book)

CTF guide best

Code Audits 1,2

The Ultimate Antidebugging Reference (pdf)

CrackMe walkthrough

Offensive Security Return Oriented Programming

Code Injection in C and C++ paper

Bypassing non-executable-stack during Exploitation (return-to-libc)

Reverse Engineering Reading List

Reverse Engineering Flash Memory for Fun and Benefit

HTC Vive USB Protocol Reverse Engineering

DEF CON 25 - XlogicX - Assembly Language is Too High Level

Channel Related With Malware

Evasive Hollow Process Injection

Offensive Malware Analysis: Dissecting OSX FruitFly


Awesome Stuff Cheat

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#Human manipulation and social engineering ebooks.


SANS 401 - Security Essentials Bootcamp Style.tar.gz
SANS 408 - Windows Forensic Analysis.tar.gz
SANS 410 - ICS & SCADA Security Essentials.tar.gz
SANS 414 - Training Program for CISSP Certification.tar.gz
SANS 502 - Perimeter Protection In-Depth.tar.gz
SANS 503 - Intrusion Detection In-Depth.tar.gz
SANS 504 - Hacker Tools, Techniques, Exploits, and Incident Handling.tar.gz
SANS 505 - Sans Securing Windows with PowerShell.tar.gz
SANS 506 - Securing Linux & UNIX.tar.gz
SANS 507 - Auditing & Monitoring Networks, Perimeters & Systems.tar.gz
SANS 508 - Advanced Digital Forensics and Incident Response.tar.gz
SANS 509 - Securing Oracle Database.tar.gz
SANS 511 - Continuous Monitoring and Security Operations.tar.gz
SANS 512 - Security Leadership Essentials for Managers.tar.gz
SANS 517 - Cutting Edge Hacking Techniques.tar.gz
SANS 518 - Mac Forensic Analysis.tar.gz
SANS 524 - Cloud Security Fundamentals.tar.gz
SANS 526 - Memory Forensics In-Depth.tar.gz
SANS 531 - Windows Command Line Kung Fu.tar.gz
SANS 542 - Web App Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking.tar.gz
SANS 560 - Network Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking.tar.gz
SANS 566 - Implementing and Auditing the Critical Security Controls - In-Depth .tar.gz
SANS 572 - Advanced Network Forensics and Analysis.tar.gz
SANS 577 - Virtualization Security Fundamentals.tar.gz
SANS 580 - Metasploit Kung Fu for Enterprise Pen Testing.tar.gz
SANS 610 - Reverse-Engineering Malware: Malware Analysis Tools and Techniques.tar.gz
SANS 617 - Wireless Ethical Hacking, Penetration Testing, and Defenses.tar.gz
SANS 642 - Advanced Web App Penetration Testing, Ethical Hacking, and Exploitation Techniques.tar.gz
SANS 660- Advanced Penetration Testing, Exploit Writing, and Ethical Hacking.tar.gz
SANS 710 - Advanced Exploit Development.tar.gz
SANS 760 - Advanced Exploit Development.tar.gz
Offensive-Security - 101.tar.gz
Offensive-Security - AWE - Advanced Windows Exploitation 1.1.tar.gz
Offensive-Security - AWE - Advanced Windows Exploitation 2.0.tar.gz
Offensive-Security - CTP - Cracking the Perimeter 1.0.tar.gz
Offensive-Security - OSWP - WiFu.tar.gz
Offensive-Security - PWB - Penetration Testing with Backtrack.tar.gz
Offensive-Security - PWK - Penetration Testing with Kali.tar.gz


Any recommendation to books/sites to learn malware development?
(oaktree) #2

Hi, please remove all the extra blank lines. Also, I think we already have a wiki like this. Did you check?

(haalim) #3

Hi, don’t know why it’s showing extra blank lines and nope I didn’t check.

(Zain) #4

This seems very similar to Forg’s Wiki and Your Complete, Unbudgeted Toolkit. Good content but a suggestion for the future… you can edit WiKis in the WiKi category. I believe this was done for this exact purpose. So yeah…

–Techno Forg–

(oaktree) #5

Oh, it looks like you have so many links in your post that my poor browser was not able to expand them fast enough.

(Cawabunga) #6

Many good links! Well done and thank you for sharing.

Maybe it would be better to remove the previews and have text links only - Atleast with this amount of content?! Text links only would also simplify, combining all the wikis around here…if someone is willing to do so…(would be awesome)

One big wiki - all the infos just a click ahead… :star_struck:
Forg’s Wiki
Your Complete Unbudgeted Toolkit
Services & Tools
Useful links
CS related Books

So if all of them are editable, i could try to combine em if you like?! But that amount of content and links needs to be revised and put into categories and topics, this will take a few day

(Zain) #7

Yeah… the Wiki category allows the community to collaborate and edit the Wikis together. I haven’t edited my wiki in a while and will add more links soon (been busy), but… please feel free to combine some of the content and please give credit to those that deserve it.

–Techno Forg–


Wow… I expected a list, but nothing quite condensed as this! Great stuff, thank you for sharing!


Awesome stuff, looking forward to check them. Thanks a ton.

(StepBack) #10

Thank you for sharing with us

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