Cool_Fire wrote:ScHacker23 wrote:That means, Python's good...
Python is an adequate solution for many problems.ScHacker23 wrote:But I've still a problem, I can't find a good tutorial enough to guide a beginner like me, some tutorials contain a lot of garbage, some are incompatible with Python 3.3.1, some don't provide good information and others don't teach good at all!
Python 3 is not backwards compatible with python 2. You'll indeed need to look for something specific to python 3.ScHacker23 wrote:Is there a tutorial good enough for a beginner like me, I mean a tutorial that has enough information to guide me to hacking using Python?
There are plenty of python tutorials for beginners but there is no such thing as a "hacking with python" tutorial.
Any programming language you use for hacking is just a tool to get the computer to do what you want. You still need to figure out and understand what you need it to do before you can write a program to do it. There is no hack() function.ScHacker23 wrote:If there is one, will you please give me a link to one? I want to learn Python but they just don't explain it..
As far as python tutorials go, I'm not the right person to ask. I never use it much myself.
Dustan wrote:I know the basic level of C. Can i do all hacking activity only using C without python, php or something else ?
Cool_Fire wrote:Dustan wrote:I know the basic level of C. Can i do all hacking activity only using C without python, php or something else ?
In the end you can pretty much do anything in any language. It's just that certain languages are perhaps a little more suited to some tasks than others.
If you're writing a kernel exploit, it might be pretty handy to have the low level memory and instruction access that comes naturally with C, but if you're writing a something to crawl a website and look for vulnerable code, a language like python, ruby or maybe nodejs would make it much simpler.
That's not to say you can't write the web crawler in C or that you can't write a kernel exploit in nodejs, but you're probably making it a lot harder than it needs to be if you do.
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