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I'm a beginner in penetration testing, and I'm struggling with finding decent material to learn. I used book about nmap, Metasploit, exploit writing etc..., but they contained too much information about too many OS's. I want something specific, something that can get me familiar with Windows exploitation systems, especially Windows 7.

I also noticed that security world is changing at a baffling speed, so I would like to stay in constant awareness with these changes. What are the most interesting sites/forums/social networks and such that you advice ?

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windows is a close source OS so, your work is hard.

you need learn basically about windows Architecture and you need learn Assembly with c/c++ language for attack.

specially Assembly. also about this sentence :

i used book about nmap, Metasploit, exploit writing etc..., but they contained too much information about too many OS's

this tools for penetration testing only is used.not for learn exploitation at kernel or system. as you said at title :

about Windows systems exploitation

if you need learn about Exploits and vulnerability's, see Submited Exploit's at something like that : Exploit-db

for example : Windows 8.1

i hope my post is usefull for you, but with search about Architecture about your mind OS, you can learn every thing :) goodluck.

  • What do your mean by "this tools for easy exploiation is used.not for system Exploitation" ? It is also said that Windows systems are more vulnerable to attacks then other OS's. Why do you think it's a hard task ? – Crabos Mar 10 '15 at 17:50
  • no this is not hard task dude, but i think this tools at first way for learning , cant help you.(personal opinion).anyway i edit this text for eliminate misunderstanding. – user67694 Mar 10 '15 at 17:59

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