Linux, Python and other useful resource links

*Below links I found useful, collected from various sites.

    1. How to recover lost Python source code if it’s still resident in-memory
    2. Android Internals [PDF]  by Jonathan Levin: Talked about Linux vs Android, File system, Partitions, Boot, Backup & recovery, Init, Daemons
    3. USG is a firewall for your USB ports, protecting your computer from BadUSB
    4. CHIPSEC  A framework for analyzing the security of PC platforms including hardware, system firmware (BIOS/UEFI)
    5. Cpython Internals: Codewalk through the Python interpreter source codes [Youtube Playlist]: Talked about Opcodes, Frames, Function calls, PyObjets, Python Datatypes, Iterators, Generators, Clases, etc
    6. Dive in to BPF: A list of reading materials for BPF
    7. Run Levels & How to make init scripts
    8. Simple BFP implementation in Python
    9. Problem Solving with Algorithms and Data Structures using Python [BOOK] By Brad Miller and David Ranum, Luther College: Talked about Basic Data Structures, Recursions, Sorting & Searching, Tree Algorithms and Graphs Algorithms
    10. Natural Language Processing with Python [BOOK] by Steven Bird, Ewan Klein, and Edward Loper: Talked about Processing Raw Text, Writing Structure Programs, Categorizing and Tagging words, Classify Text, Extract Info, Analyzing Sentences, Basic Grammars, Linguistic Data, etc
    11. Capturing Wireless LAN Packets on Ubuntu with tcpdump and Kismet
    12. BPF Compiler Collection [Github Repo] A toolkit for creating efficient kernel tracing and manipulation programs, and includes several useful tools and examples
    13. An Introduction to Linux Permissions
    14. htop explained visually with screenshot
    15. How to Make a Computer Operating System
    16. Python for Android
    17. DNS Queue – A Parallelised DNS Prober
    18. Python Cheat Sheets
    19. Where Am I[Git Repo] Uses WiFi signals and machine learning (sklearn’s RandomForest) to predict where you are. Even works for small distances like 2-10 meters.
    20. Explain Shell
    21. Infinite possibilities with the Scapy Module
    22. Learn VIM while playing
    23. BASH Cheat Sheet
    24. VirusTotalVirusTotal is a free service that analyzes suspicious files and URLs and facilitates the quick detection of viruses, worms, trojans, and all kinds of malware.  
    25. Python Anti-Patterns – Best Python Coding Practices
    26. How Linux CPU Usage Time and Percentage is calculated
    27. Linux Memory Managment Frequently Asked Questions
    28. Live Hacking Attack Map
    29. Python Plays: Grand Theft Auto VBy sentdex : Self Driving Car, Neural Network Training Data for self-driving, Balancing self-driving training data ,etc
    31. Pythonic Data Structures and Algorithms
    32. Removing Your PDF Metadata & Protecting PDF Files
    33. – Secure tunnels to localhost
    34. Tool for in-depth analysis of USB HID devices communication
    35. An Illustrated Guide to the Kaminsky DNS Vulnerability
    36. Spear Phishing 101
    37. What is setiud, setgid and sticky bit in Linux?
    38. Set up your own malware analysis lab with VirtualBox, INetSim and Burp
    39. Step by step Metasploit walkthrough
    40. Linux Bridge – how it works
    41. SSH Check
    42. Shutit – An automation tool that models a user’s actions on a terminal.
    43. Phishing With a Rogue Wi-Fi Access Point
    44. Fuzzing proprietary protocols with Scapy, radamsa and a handful of PCAPs
    45. WiFi-Pumpkin[Github Repo] Framework for Rogue Wi-Fi Access Point Attack
    46. – Creating your own malware in 5 minutes or less.
    47. Writing a Simple Operating System — from Scratch [PDF]
    48. A collective list of free JSON APIs for use in web development
    49. Learn Regular Expression in Easy Way
    50. fast DDoS analyzer with sflow/netflow/mirror
    51. Metadata: a hacker’s best friend
    52. A Python Package for creating backdoors!
    53. – A source for pcap files and malware samples
    54. 30 interesting commands for the Linux shell
    55. How security flaws work: The buffer overflow
    56. From SQL Injection to Shell
    57. Realmode Assembly – Writing bootable stuff
    58. Hardware Hacking & Circuitry: Part 2: Amount of electricity, Resistance, Power, AC/DC
    59. Understanding and generating the hash stored in /etc/shadow
    60. Blockchains: How They Work and Why They’ll Change the World
    61. Everything You Wanted To Know About Blockchains
    62. Build Your Own Blockchain
    63. Writing a Bootloader
    64. Using Python To Get A Shell Without A Shell
    65. China’s Man-on-the-Side Attack on GitHub

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