How to learn python?

by jackiedesign 31 replies
How to learn python for hacking? I want to learn python programming.
Do you have any tutorial website link?
#programming #learn #python
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  • Profile picture of the author Kherk Roldan
    hi Jackie. i think this will help you https://julien.danjou.info/books/the...ide-to-python/
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  • Profile picture of the author 0xFF
    It's a pity you're interested by hacking rather than creation... Well, but seeing how you seem to have difficulties to simply type "python tuto" in Google, you're right to lower your goal; it's far more difficult to create software.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jason Stewart
      "Learn Python the Hard Way" is the best.
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    • Originally Posted by 0xFF View Post

      It's a pity you're interested by hacking rather than creation... Well, but seeing how you seem to have difficulties to simply type "python tuto" in Google, you're right to lower your goal; it's far more difficult to create software.
      I agree, one should always develop for good rather than evil. MIT has plenty of free MIT course ware on youtube from MIT.
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    • Profile picture of the author JeevanSaldanha
      Its not That pity he doesn't say whether he wants to be a unethical or black hat hacker.
      ethical hacking is not that pity in fact its a "hard work" to find the leaks and Loop holes in our network only a hacker can find it.Network security is a great job to have.
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  • Profile picture of the author FarNext
    A hacker is essentially a Cyber Criminal. You wanna become a cyber criminal?

    With hacking, you will end up behind the bars.

    As I remember, you are on the Warriorforum not on some unethical BlackHat forum.

    It's really surprising to me how people are helping you here.



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    • Profile picture of the author Jason Stewart
      Originally Posted by FarNext View Post

      A hacker is essentially a Cyber Criminal. You wanna become a cyber criminal?

      With hacking, you will end up behind the bars.

      As I remember, you are on the Warriorforum not on some unethical BlackHat forum.

      It's really surprising to me how people are helping you here.



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      False. Old school programmers referred to themselves as "hackers", and so do computer security experts. Use of the term doesn't mean that a person wants to become a criminal, and teaching someone how to code does NOT make a person complicit in any crime.

      See:
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hacker_(term)
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      • Profile picture of the author FarNext
        Originally Posted by Jason Stewart View Post

        False. Old school programmers referred to themselves as "hackers", and so do computer security experts. Use of the term doesn't mean that a person wants to become a criminal, and teaching someone how to code does NOT make a person complicit in any crime.

        See:
        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hacker_(term)
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        The way he is asking clearly tells us about his intentions
        Please don't try to justify with a Wikipedia link.

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        • Profile picture of the author Unorthodox
          Originally Posted by FarNext View Post

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          The way he is asking clearly tells us about his intentions
          Please don't try to justify with a Wikipedia link.

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          Not clear at all. He asked a simple question. Governments hire hackers.

          Udemy has some good courses for a almost any language. They frequently offer all courses for $5, subscribe to their mailing list.

          Ultimately though, you learn by creating your own projects and tweaking them.
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    • Profile picture of the author Sayani Banerjee
      It seems you have very narrow perspective of hacking. Have you ever heard of the term 'white hat hacking'? Government houses, big corporate giants are hiring ethical hackers to safeguard their system. Hacking, when accomplished to protect certain data from cyber attacks, will never put anyone behind the bars provided you have the permission to do so. In fact, information security is a blooming career now a days. Visit: to get more information about this.
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  • Profile picture of the author Joe Ray
    Originally Posted by jackiedesign View Post

    How to learn python for hacking? I want to learn python programming.
    Do you have any tutorial website link?
    Sounds like you should probably explain what you meant by "hacking"
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    • Profile picture of the author robomedia
      Right, hacking is just a smart way od doing something. Google Ted for hacking, I love how they have made mosquito laser canon
      Of course question 'how do I learn hacking with Python' doesnt sound he's into that, but whatever, just watch the canon
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  • Profile picture of the author zotohost
    If you really want to learn hacking (meaning you want to penetrate network & get into someones computer) then you better learn networking & operating systems (such as Linux). How can learning programming will help you in hacking?
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  • Profile picture of the author abohmeed
    I just want to make a small note: Python is not a hacking language. There is no such thing as "hacking language or script".
    However, people use Python in hacking (black hat, white hat, gray hat...etc) because it's easy to learn, can run without compilation, will run on all platforms, and has built-in support for many tasks.
    As a matter of fact, a hacker can use any programming language to do the job. It's not the language, it's the method and the vulnerability that he/she is targeting,
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  • Profile picture of the author rajanant
    You can try courses on coursera or codecademy.
    Or read books of Mark Lutz's.

    About hacking. Each programming language can be used for good and bad thing.

    So, please stop offtopic about that!!!
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  • Profile picture of the author moadgeek
    First I want to thank u for sharing your question with us, let me introduce to you the some Python courses on the web:
    The Ultimate Python Programming Tutorial (UDEMY)
    Learn Python step by step on code academy
    I hope that I will help you to increase your level in this language, and don't forget to practice and practice!
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  • Profile picture of the author asianfood
    Although not Python specific, I have found awesome Python at http://www.codecademy.com and have worked on a number of collaborative projects. I have completed the Python Codecademy course and as much as I practice
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  • Profile picture of the author Bengood
    If you want to learn Python in person, you can go to your local college and take a class. It's literally the first class you would take to get a computer science degree. Introduction to Computer Science 141.

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  • Profile picture of the author Joe Ray
    Has anyone noticed that the OP posted this thread 2 months ago and never responded to any of the replies?
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  • Profile picture of the author wpnerd
    If you want to learn "cracking" with Python, the SecurityTube Python for Pentesters and Hackers course is excellent.
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  • Profile picture of the author edwardsantiago
    1. Works like any programming language, except I believe it is compiled instead of translated. No, the compiler is free... just look it up. Oh, and Dreamweaver is NOT needed for HTML, only a notepad type program is.
    2. Best method of learning... get a book, and code, code, code, oh, did I mention code?

    3. Can't say that there are any, just go to the book store and look it up.

    4. Yes, there is a free way of learning... internet research paired with experimentation.

    5. Object oriented means that it uses concepts of objects to get things done. Objects hold data and have methods that can work on them. But, Python can be used from a functional perspective as well, it's not purely OO.

    Btw, HTML is just formatting for web page design, it's NOT programming, so don't fool yourself. Hope that helps.
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  • Profile picture of the author r0dvan
    codeschool.com is cool and interactive.
    For coding in general, go to khanacademy.org there is a JS coding guide. But you can modify the code and watch in realtime the approach.
    If you dont know any other code, go with KA, else go to codeschool.
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  • Profile picture of the author Lokki08
    Search in Google for "Python beginner tutorials", learn the basics and do own small projects where you apply your learned things.

    I have been programming now over 4 years and it was so easy to jump to Python and learned it quiet quickly, but still even if I'm programmer I had to check Python's syntax and basic logic.
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  • Profile picture of the author zozoreview
    You can learn Python on Udemy.com/FreeCodeCamp/Tutorial on Youtube.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jamesvictor
    Look for online guides, classes, take help of experts to learn python
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  • Profile picture of the author harryvent
    Learn basic python in tutorialpoint and do practices in codeacademy. For advanced level login udemy, take paid courses.
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  • Profile picture of the author 3wCorner
    Hacking is illegal. If you want to learn Python, learn tutorials at codeacademy.com and lynda.com. Or enrol at online classes.
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  • Profile picture of the author JohnAdam1
    To learn Python development, you need to follow following guidelines:
    1. You need to be motivated to learn Python
    2. You require to learn the syntax
    3. Create smaller protect with Python
    4. You can start learning Pyton from Codecademy and Codementor Learning Center for learning the basics
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  • Profile picture of the author Sharon Maxwell
    For learning the Python you have a lot of resources like as: - YouTube channel, Tutorials, Ebooks, Pdf, offline classes, online classes these are the way where you can get the Python classes as your requirement.
    choose the best resource for you !!
    Python Training in Noida
    All the Best
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