No. It’s not the most important or required, but you should know at least one programming language, be it Perl, C, Python, or whatever else. The point is, you should be able to quickly write and read code so you can modify exploits, write your own tools, etc. Python is just recommended because it’s easy to learn, and you can…
Simply, i wish to have an experience useful for my future. For instance, could be cool to work in an environment where i can improve my knowledge about network security or something like that. I dont claim an internship with a good salary (probably doesnt exist) but just to earn some money to maintain myself during this period, ’cause my family…[Read more]
Thanks for your answer. I’ve the last question for you guys. Since i will go abroad for an year, will be some possibilities to “have” an internship? (to improve quickly my skills) Or my skills of “bachelor” are not enough to start an internship? (of course in the field of IT security)
Thanks for your answers :).. Well i’m not sure if my right direction will be networking or system, maybe both eheh. Anyway actually i’m doing an internship for University, i’ve to set a system using ntop and netflow probe to capture flows/packets and than after 2-3 months i’ll have to analyze all the graphs and stats of ntop. I think is really…[Read more]
ps2: i’ve just started to study something about: man in the middle, how to use bt5, metasploit, and stuff like that. A few theory too. Is not so easy but im understanding all since now good or bad at conceptual level.
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