I’m the type of a man that like to watch courses, rather than read books. I really enjoyed the techlore’s one… However I’d like to check if there are anything with the same quality and worth watching?
Nathan House’s “Station X” complete cyber-security course is incredibly good.
It comes in 4 sections: Hackers Exposed, Network Security, End-Point Protection, Anonymous Browsing.
Udemy has frequent sales on this course (right now I see it s $12.99 per section).
This is an extremely comprehensive course ranging from beginner to way-over-my-head advanced, and everything in between. The instructor is world renowned and consults for intelligence agencies globally.
Another bonus of this course is that if you email the instructor personally he will also set you up with the documentation to get college credit for completing his course.
- Go Incognito
- The Absolute Beginner’s Guide to Cybersecurity by Alex Oni
- Station X cybersecurity
This article is also useful with free courses from respected institutions offering legitimately useful certificates.
(check out the IBM course if you’re a beginner)
He is basically a certified Stallman cultist. Promotes “oPeN SoUrCE mOrE sEcUrE aNd PrIvATe” “Linux/OpenBSD bEsT sEcUritY nO cAp jUst trUst mE bRo”
I wonder why that’s the case. But I am not here to judge so…
- THOTCON - Chicago's Hacking Conference - About
Check out TheNewOil’s PeerTube channel.
I like David Bombal’s stuff (see his vids on Odysee). He has some books and I think courseware out. Hacking oriented but teaches you much about how to secure systems and what to look out for.
why is he a Stallman cultist? Just because promotes openBSD?
Yeah David Bombal is really good. I would also recommend Naomi Brockwell. There are times when she posts online tutorials concerning cybersecurity and securing hardware devices.