Security Resources

General security resources that members of the club have found useful for learning computing security skills.

Coding

Let's get started with some fresh coding!

  • https://adventofcode.com/ - 25 challenges to get you through this holiday season

  • Intro to Linux

    Resources for getting started in Linux

  • https://overthewire.org/wargames/bandit/ - Learn basic Linux commands and get familiar with the command line.

  • Intro to Web

    Resources for getting started in Web Security

  • https://www.hacksplaining.com/lessons - HACKSPLAINING free walkthroughs on vulnerabilities along with hands on demos.

  • Red Teaming/Pentesting

    Resources for people interested in pentesting and competition red teaming

  • https://github.com/ritredteam/ - The source code for RITSEC Redteam's public tools.
  • https://www.hackthebox.eu/ - Hack The Box is an online platform allowing you to test your penetration testing skills by providing challenges
  • https://github.com/chryzsh/awesome-windows-security - WINDOWS list of resources
  • https://github.com/marcosValle/awesome-windows-red-team - WINDOWS red teaming and pentesting resources. Check out the courses!

  • IoT

    Resources to learn more about hacking all hardware connected to the internet

  • https://github.com/fkie-cad/awesome-embedded-and-iot-security - List of awesome resources to learn everything IOT including conferences and free courses!

  • Networking

    Resources to learn more about how the beep boops connect

  • https://github.com/bkimminich/it-security-lecture/blob/master/slides/01-04-network_security.md - Demos and info on basic info like OSI, VPN, Wireshark and Wireless

  • Cloud Security

    We do not use servers! We use the cloud! The future is now!

  • https://github.com/puresec/awesome-serverless-security - AWS, Azure, Google Cloud and a bunch of other reading material on how all this works

  • Bug Bounty

    Hack sites, get $$$

  • https://github.com/djadmin/awesome-bug-bounty - Sources on how to get started. List of bug bounty reports.
  • https://www.hacker101.com/ - HackerOne's free online course. You will learn the basics of web security and will be ready to start participating in bug bountie$