Hey guys i'm Motti Kumar and it’s a pleasure to be a guest blogger and hopefully inspire, give back, and keep you updated on overall cyber news or anything hot that impacts us as security enthusiast's here at Vocal Media.
Learning the Art of Bug Bounty
Hey guys, have you ever wondered what it would be like to become a "Bug bounty" hunter. Bug bounty hunters are individuals who knows the nuts and bolts of cyber security and are well versed in finding flaws and vulnerabilities.
In this blog i would attempt to describe where and how RFC 3986 (86), RFC 3987 (87) and the WHATWG URL Specification (TWUS) differ.
HTB - Hack The Box - Starting Point - Arch_Type Windows
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Ethical Hacking - Getting Started
Cyber Security: Cyber Security is really hard to learn. It's not just broad and deep, but also consists of many other fields in technology and computing. I get a lot of questions asking what course to take to learn cyber security, which is kind of tough to answer which is because the real answer is: there is no course, just a journey. And everybody you gonna ask is going to give you a different answer, since each of their journeys are different as well. Its almost like asking several World Chef's on how to cook a certain receipe, Everybody's going to give you a different recommendation depending on where they came from. which is why in this so called fair blog we're going to go over why cyber-security is so hard, and three different learning approaches you can use to overcome this challenge, and overall mindset you need to maintain to be successful on your own journey.
Getting Into Cyber Security
In this tutorial I'm gonna take you through the top 5 skills you need to be learning to get into cyber security. If you're new to the field or looking for a career transition, there's just so much info out there, that it's hard to even get started. You might hear people talk about alphabet soup of certifications to take like CEH, SEC+, NET+, CISM, CISSP, CASP, CCSP, SSCP, OSCP/E, GSEC, APT and many more, but I'm here to tell you that they're not important. While there's some value going through the process of studying for certs, what is important are your skills and experience. Because in this field, what you can do will make you much more successful than what you know. Solving technical problems is the way to earning the trust and confidence from people you work with. Buckle up and let's dive right in.