Recently I came across a site called SecurityTube.net, which has a ton of amazing security stuff. I'm following their Python Scripting Expert videos which are totally worth it. I also came across the concept of 'Crypters', which evade antiviruses and can be used for Metasploit payloads.
I decided to ask here because there's a lot of varying opinions like:
- Python isn't the best language to write a Crypter, as the exe generated is large.
- VB is the real deal, etc.
I personally feel the best roadmap starts with diving deep into the assembly language videos posted on SecurityTube and graduate to at least the Exploit Research series.
I've some experience with Java (along with some JCE) and PHP i.e. general high level programming being an IT student but low level programming has only recently interested me.
So is my thinking of diving into assembly in parallel with my Python learning the correct pathway?