Seems like a great place you all have going on here, so, thanks in advance for the warm reception !
As there isn’t a Windows category that I could see, I have left this uncategorized, and coincidentally , the discussion i’d like to have is in fact about Windows.
Me: I wanted to get into infosec/hacking, and read everywhere I needed to learn Linux. So I did. I got a Linux system going and haven’t looked back.
Problem: I don’t know hardly anything about Windows. It seems the general consensus is that everybody has a solid grasp on Windows, there is an assumption that people grew up from Windows and graduated to Linux. Is there room in the space for a Windows Primer ? I think there is and would love to write one, once I’m done learning the lot!
I guess there is short, succinct guides and write ups on all sorts of Linux stuff, but short of reading a Microsoft exam study guide, It feels Windows stuff is harder to get up to speed with, what’s y’all recommendations on being as 1337 (jokes y’all) on Windows as I am Linux ? Anybody else get where I’m coming from here ?
Similarities and differences between the two…?
Windows equivalent command to Linux ones ?
Essentially Windows tools, like Net command etc etc
AD primer ?
Permissions 101 ?
What you need to know what could be put on the back burner for now ?
SysInternal suite, whats that all about etc etc ?
See where im going with this ?
I am tired, and had a big old day so please go easy.