Roadmap to an ethical hacker ?

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    • #171020
      elysse77
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      Hello Everyone,
      I just started my university degree in computer science and engineering. I heard it’s fruitful to master a particular hardware or software field regarding the subject as it helps to get overall knowledge and also is a solid addition to the resume.

      I was interested in hacking since childhood and I want to pick it up and master it in my college years. I know basic python and java programming. It would be helpful if anyone could give me the roadmap that could guide me for it.

      I also want to know whether to pick up web applications ( learn PhP, ruby etc.) or go for exploits, injections and pentesting. Which has more demand and which one is much more interactive and fun. Also what difference is in the course material I have to cover for each

      Your feedback is appreciated
      Thank you

    • #171030
      elysse77
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    • #171894
      barryallen1337
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      I just started my university degree in computer science and engineering. I heard it’s fruitful to master a particular hardware or software field regarding the subject as it helps to get overall knowledge and also is a solid addition to the resume.

      I was interested in hacking since childhood and I want to pick it up and master it in my college years. I know basic python and java programming. It would be helpful if anyone could give me the roadmap that could guide me for it.

      I also want to know whether to pick up web applications ( learn PhP, ruby etc.) or go for exploits, injections and pentesting. Which has more demand and which one is much more interactive and fun. Also what difference is in the course material I have to cover for each

    • #174842
      smithclarkson001
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      Hello Everyone,
      I just started my university degree in computer science and engineering. I heard it’s fruitful to master a particular hardware or software field regarding the subject as it helps to get overall knowledge and also is a solid addition to the resume.

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