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Hello, iam interested in learning more about Computer security like malwares, hacking ,DOS hacks etc. Does anyone have any good tip how i can learn this, this may not be the right subject for this forum but i thought malwarebytes forum would be the best. Ive ordered a book called "hacking for dummies" but i was wondering if someone else know any good book or something :)

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Hello, iam interested in learning more about Computer security like malwares, hacking ,DOS hacks etc. Does anyone have any good tip how i can learn this, this may not be the right subject for this forum but i thought malwarebytes forum would be the best. Ive ordered a book called "hacking for dummies" but i was wondering if someone else know any good book or something :)

Honestly, security (and computers in general) is such a big field that you're not going to get everything right away. The best thing to do is lay down a solid foundation in computers themselves (by building, maintaining and fixing computers to get the hardware and os side down, and doing some development to understand how that works). I'm sure people here can recommend some great books, websites and other resources to get you started.

Once you have a solid foundation, pick something that interests you and research it. If you want to learn about DOS then look into networking and scaling server side applications. If you want to learn about malware then look into operating systems and reverse engineering. To understand how to break security you need to first understand how to build it.

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Hi -

Malwarebytes is not hosting any instruction classes , however you can look at these listed sites to enrol in their basic training schools.

If you're interested in helping others with removal of Malware please visit one of the sites below to sign up for a training school.

The following are websites who host training facilities: United Network of Instructors and Trained Eliminators

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