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Contrary to one of the answers, for security, Visual Basic 6.0 is just one of the preferred languages. Just two days ago I saw a professional network scanner posted on facebook (komodolabs.com/network-scanner-news/). Malwarebytes and many antiviruses are a mix between Visual Basic 6.0 and the assembly language ... so, Visual Basic 6.0 (but not VB. NET) is a ...


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I think it is important to have a good base. Too often people try to hop directly in and I feel that they are at a disadvantage. 1. Base Skills Code: Essential for exploits and automation. I would recommend C, python, bash, and PowerShell. Networking: Essential for understanding how things work. Also, packet captures are really useful. Operating ...


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My two cents: Many universities have "ethical hacking" communities which organize meetups and arrange lectures on topics in security. Check these out, and get some contacts and friends on the inside of the industry. Sites such as meetups.com give you pointers about happenings around your school. Follow industry leaders such as Krebs and Schneier on ...



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