Lol, yes, I quickly realized that a week is nowhere near as long enough to learn something that others have made their passion/livelihood. It’s a little insulting of me to assume so, in fact; so, I apologize. I’m learning to appreciate what you and those in your field do with every lecture I watch from you guys’ courses.
I will try a phishing attack and keylogger, as soon as I learn what those are, exactly. Lol.
Sorry if I implied that I would do this behind his back. My cousin lives with me and Ethical Hacking is something we decided to pick up during quarantine together. Been trying to get him to learn from ZSecurity’s courses but he’s adamant about going somewhere else, for some strange reason. We both know our information (Snap, email, address, etc…cause we live together) and we have each others’ permission to hack one another for practice.
I will try to learn as much as possible about phishing attacks and keyloggers from the lectures, thank you, Diego. Hopefully he doesn’t get into my Snap before I get into his, or else I’m down another $100. Haha!
I remember Zaid saying that it’s boring to learn all this stuff if you don’t have something practical to use it on, so I’m trying to do that with this little Snapchat challenge. I think it’ll motivate me to keep going.
I’ll stop rambling and get started on phishing attacks. Thanks again, man, I appreciate you taking the time. If you have any other pieces of advise you wanna share I’m all ears/thank you.