Network Services 2 TryHackMe Part 1 NFS

Network Services 2 TryHackMe Part 1 NFS Hello, welcome back. We are doing some more Trihack me walkthroughs and it’s goingto be Network services too. Put my phone on silent orat least turn it down.


Network Services 2 TryHackMe Part 2 SMTP

Network Services 2 TryHackMe Part 2 SMTP Welcome back. We are going to be doing the restof Network services two. And this is now part two. We’re going on to SMTP. So we’re going to


Network Services 2 P3 MySQL – TryHackMe Walkthrough

Network Services 2 TryHackMe Part 3 MySQL Welcome back to another video. We are going to be doing Network Servicestwo, part three enumerating exploiting more commonnetwork Services and misconfigs. We’re up to task eight, nine


CS50P Problem Set Guide

Hello, world and welcome, this is a breakdown, or guide, to the problem sets (psets) to CS50’s Introduction to Programming with Python (CS50P). If you’re unaware, CS50 Python comes from Havard which operates edx CS50. It’s


Agent Sudo // TryHackMe Walkthrough

Welcome back to another TryHackMe room, the challenge today is Agent Sudo. No spoilers below within the hints, just some good ol’ fashion hints to help you out on your agent sudo journey. For more


OhSINT Hints, Writeup, Walkthrough & Notes

Let’s go for another TryHackMe room, this time we’re tackling OhSINT, which begs the question “are you able to use open-source intelligence to solve this challenge?” This was a fun, different room for me, I


THM SimpleCTF Hints, Writeup & Notes

Welcome back to TryHackMe, this time it’s SimpleCTF… or as I’d call it ‘Not So SimpleCTF’… as I had a few issues getting this CTF to work. Let’s dive into it. Listen: SimpleCTF Walkthrough THM


Automate The Boring Stuff With Python Practice Projects

Automate The Boring Stuff With Python is an incredible book, and course by Al Sweigart to learn Python coding and computer science for the everyday person. With its straightforward learning approach, and succinct program examples


Privacy: Why You Should Care About Data

In March 2022, some friends of mine got scammed on Instagram. A scammer posing as a friend or work colleague tricked them into “helping” them out and took over their account. It’s motivated me to

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