Learning to Hack in 2021: What resources should you use?

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In this video we run through a huge list of the top resources for learning to hack in 2021. Get ready to learn!

This video is kindly sponsored by Detectify

This blog is paired with a blog post containing all of the links which you can find here (it will be released at the same time as this video):

Other lists:




Labs:







YouTube Channels:

– John Hammond:
– Nahamsec:
– STÖK:
– Farah Hawa:
– Codingo:
– LiveOverflow:
– PwnFunction:
– Ippsec:
– InsiderPhD:
– The Cyber Mentor:
– Bugcrowd University:

Twitter:

For the list of Twitter accounts, see the blog post here (it will be released at the same time as this video):

Blogs and writeups:

– Hackerone Hacktivity:
– Bugcrowd Crowdstream:
– Pentesterland:
– Inti’s blog:
– d0nut’s blog:
– Intigriti’s medium publication:
– Secjuice:
– Tomnomnom’s blog:
– My blog:
– Detectify Labs:
– Portswigger Research:
– Bishopfox Labs:

Discords and forums:

Bugcrowd Community Discord:
TryHackMe Discord:
The Cyber Mentor Discord:
0x00sec Forum:
0x00sec Discord:
InsiderPhD Discord:
Nahamsec Discord:
HackTheBox Discord:

Timestamps:

0:00 Intro
1:15 Detectify sponsorship
2:46 How to consume this list
4:03 THE LIST OF LISTS
4:34 Nahamsec repo resources for beginner bug bounty hunters
6:06 Codingo’s search bar
7:25 s0cm0nkey’s Security Reference Guide
9:00 Infosec Write-ups
10:31 LABS
11:20 PentesterLab
14:05 Portswigger Labs
15:44 TryHackMe
19:15 HackTheBox
23:15 Kontra
27:00 Hacker101
29:15 Vulnhub
30:30 YOUTUBE CHANNELS
31:05 John Hammond
32:38 OverTheWire (lab)
33:15 Nahamsec
35:40 STÖK
37:15 Farah Hawa
38:40 Codingo
40:00 LiveOverflow
41:40 PwnFunction
42:55 Ippsec
43:40 InsiderPhD
45:10 The Cyber Mentor
47:50 TWITTER ACCOUNTS
48:40 See the blog post for accounts to follow
49:00 BLOGS AND WRITEUPS
49:20 Hackerone Hacktivity
51:10 CrowdStream
52:00 Pentester Land
53:25 Inti’s blog
55:00 D0nut’s blog
56:00 Intigriti’s Medium publication
56:40 Secjuice
57:55 Tomnomnom
59:40 Hakluke’s blog
1:00:40 Detectify Labs
1:02:00 Portswigger Research Blog
1:03:00 Bishop Fox Labs
1:03:45 DISCORDS AND FORUMS
1:07:23 Outro

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