What's up guys. I'm ready to fire this course up again. This time with a bit more involvement and additional projects for you to practice and hone your skills on. If you have never heard about Metasploit before I highly encourage you to check it out. This course is more than simply reading about exploits. You will actually be performing them! The goal is to provide you with the opportunity to really dive into penetration testing, and learn together with others. If you have ever wished that someone took you under their wing and teach you, this is as close as you will get.
I want to officially kick this off Saturday, the 11th of April. If you wish to participate in a group setting join us via IRC in #metasploit. Alternatively, you may ask questions and post comments here in this thread. All content is public and is available at anytime so you are free to learn at your own pace.
We have decided to revive the security news project and open a slot in our staff for anyone who might be interested in joining in. This an opportunity to join our team as we push forward and continue to shape HTS.
Description of Duties:
You will be responsible for weekly (or bi-weekly) news summaries.
You will have flexibility on how this information is presented and you may brand it with your nic/avatar.
You will participate in staff meetings and will be a subject matter expert in larger political events (for example "fast lanes").
This is a volunteer position. Everyone here at HTS works on a volunteer basis.
Must be able to find and vet legitimate sources (no satire).
Somewhat fluent in English and can write clearly.
Possess some skill with an image editor.
How to Apply:
Contact mShred or myself if you are interested.
Applicants will be interviewed to determine eligibility.
Alright guys. I know it's been broken for a while now, but the password change feature in user settings is now working again (mShred, you crazy!).
The reason it has taken so long to patch this was not because of the issue itself, but more with the backend development situation (again..). We've recently straightened our situation out and should be good to go for more updates and actual development (I know, right?).
Let this be a new beginning to a bigger, brighter future my friends.
HackThisSite has always been committed to the highest, strictest levels of online and real-life security and privacy, and our committment to this will never waiver. In response to the unfettered, egregious, immoral, and highly illegal spying the NSA has employed domestically and abroad, we are joining the Reset The Net movement along side major Internet organizations like Twitter, Reddit, Mozilla, and many, many more.
Reset The Net has also released a Privacy Pack designed to circumvent every opportunity the NSA has to invade your privacy. We ask that you check out their Privacy Pack, and join us in our solidarity against the NSA and its unapologetic invasion of innocent lives.
You can also check out Reset The Net's YouTube video for an excellent breakdown of what Reset The Net is, and how to participate.