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Git Tutorial: A Comprehensive
Guide for Beginners
ByCyber Security Expert
DEC 13, 2022 #Advanced Git Commands, #Basic Git Commands, #Branching and Merging,
#Cloning an existing repository, #Collaboration with Git, #Creating a Repository, #Git Tutorial: A
Comprehensive Guide for Beginners, #Git vs. other version control systems, #Git Workflow,
#Initializing a repository, #Installing Git, #Introduction to Git, #Linux, #Mac OS X, #What is Git?,
#Why use Git?, #Windows, #Working directory
In this comprehensive guide, we will explore Git, the popular version control system,
and learn how to use it effectively. We will cover the basic concepts of Git, how to install
it on your computer, and the most commonly used commands. By the end of this guide,
Git Tutorial: A Comprehensive
Guide for Beginners
you will have a solid foundation in Git and be able to manage your own projects using
this powerful tool.
Table of Contents
​ Table of Contents
​ Introduction to Git
​ What is Git?
​ Why use Git?
​ Git vs. other version control systems
​ Installing Git
​ Mac OS X
​ Linux
​ Creating a Repository
​ Initializing a repository
​ Cloning an existing repository
​ Git Workflow
​ Basic Git Commands
​ git add
​ git commit
​ git status
​ git log
​ Branching and Merging
​ Creating a branch
​ Switching branches
​ Merging branches
​ Collaboration with Git
​ Pushing changes to a remote repository
Git Tutorial: A Comprehensive
Guide for Beginners
​ Pulling changes from a remote repository
​ Resolving merge conflicts
​ Advanced Git Commands
​ git diff
​ git reset
​ git stash
​ Git Best Practices
​ Committing frequently
​ Writing meaningful commit messages
​ Creating descriptive branch names
​ Conclusion
​ FAQ
​ Awesome repositories
​ Android Security
​ AppSec
​ Bug Bounty
​ Cheatsheets
​ CTF
​ Cyber Skills
​ DevSecOps
​ Exploit Development
​ Fuzzing
​ Hacking
​ Honeypots
​ Incident Response
​ Industrial Control System Security
​ InfoSec
Git Tutorial: A Comprehensive
Guide for Beginners
​ IoT Hacks
​ Malware Analysis
​ OSINT
​ OSX and iOS Security
​ Pcaptools
​ Pentest
​ PHP Security
​ Reversing
​ Sec Talks
​ SecLists
​ Security
​ Social Engineering
​ Static Analysis
​ Threat Intelligence
​ Vehicle Security
​ Vulnerability Research
​ Web Hacking
​ Windows Exploitation
​ WiFi Arsenal
​ Other useful repositories
​ API Security Checklist
​ APT Notes
​ Bug Bounty Reference
​ Cryptography
​ CTF Tool
​ CVE PoC
Git Tutorial: A Comprehensive
Guide for Beginners
​ Forensics
​ Free Programming Books
​ Gray Hacker Resources
​ Infosec Getting Started
​ Infosec Reference
​ IOC
​ Linux Kernel Exploitation
​ Lockpicking
​ Machine Learning for Cyber Security
​ Malware Scripts
​ Payloads
​ PayloadsAllTheThings
​ Pentest Cheatsheets
​ Pentest Wiki
​ Probable Wordlists
​ Resource List
​ Reverse Engineering
​ RFSec-ToolKit
​ Security Cheatsheets
​ Security List
​ Shell
​ ThreatHunter-Playbook
Table of Contents
1. Introduction to Git
○ What is Git?
○ Why use Git?
Git Tutorial: A Comprehensive
Guide for Beginners
○ Git vs. other version control systems
2. Installing Git
○ Windows
○ Mac OS X
○ Linux
3. Creating a Repository
○ Initializing a repository
○ Cloning an existing repository
4. Git Workflow
○ Working directory
○ Staging area
○ Repository
5. Basic Git Commands
○ git add
○ git commit
○ git status
○ git log
6. Branching and Merging
○ Creating a branch
○ Switching branches
○ Merging branches
7. Collaboration with Git
○ Pushing changes to a remote repository
○ Pulling changes from a remote repository
○ Resolving merge conflicts
8. Advanced Git Commands
○ git diff
○ git reset
○ git stash
9. Git Best Practices
○ Committing frequently
○ Writing meaningful commit messages
○ Creating descriptive branch names
10.Conclusion
Git Tutorial: A Comprehensive
Guide for Beginners
Introduction to Git
What is Git?
Git is a distributed version control system that is used to track changes in code.
Why use Git?
Git provides several benefits over traditional version control systems, including:
● Distributed workflow: Git allows multiple people to work on the same codebase
without needing a centralized server.
● Easy branching: Git makes it easy to create and manage multiple branches of
code, allowing developers to experiment with new features without affecting the
main codebase.
● Fast performance: Git is designed to be fast and efficient, even with large
codebases.
Git vs. other version control systems
● Subversion (SVN)
● Mercurial
● Perforce
While each of these systems has its own strengths and weaknesses, Git is generally
considered to be the most popular and versatile.
Installing Git
Mac OS X
Git Tutorial: A Comprehensive
Guide for Beginners
To install Git on Mac OS X, follow these steps:
1. Open Terminal.
2. Install Xcode command line tools by typing xcode-select --install into the
terminal and following the on-screen instructions.
3. Install Homebrew by typing /bin/bash -c "$(curl -fsSL
https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/HEAD/install.sh)"
into the terminal and following the on-screen instructions.
4. Install Git by typing brew install git into the terminal.
Linux
1. Open a terminal window.
2. Use the package manager for your Linux distribution to install Git. For example,
on Ubuntu, you can type sudo apt-get install git into the terminal.
Creating a Repository
Initializing a repository
To initialize a new Git repository, navigate to the
To initialize a new Git repository, navigate to the directory where you want to create the
repository and run the following command:
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git init
This will create a new Git repository in the current directory.
Cloning an existing repository
Git Tutorial: A Comprehensive
Guide for Beginners
To clone an existing Git repository, run the following command:
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git clone <repository url>
Git Workflow
Git has a simple three-step workflow:
1. Working directory: This is where you make changes to your code.
2. Staging area: This is where you prepare your changes to be committed.
3. Repository: This is where your committed changes are stored.
Basic Git Commands
git add
The git add command is used to stage changes for a commit. You can use it to stage
all changes, or specify individual files:
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git add .
or
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git add <file>
git commit
The git commit command is used to commit your changes to the repository.
Git Tutorial: A Comprehensive
Guide for Beginners
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git commit -m "Added new feature X"
git status
The git status command shows the current status of your repository, including which
files have been modified and which files are staged for commit.
git log
The git log command shows a list of all commits in the repository, along with their
commit messages and other details.
Branching and Merging
Creating a branch
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git branch <branch name>
Switching branches
To switch to a different branch, use the git checkout command:
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git checkout <branch name>
Merging branches
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Git Tutorial: A Comprehensive
Guide for Beginners
git merge <branch name>
Collaboration with Git
Pushing changes to a remote repository
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git push <remote> <branch>
Pulling changes from a remote repository
To pull changes from a remote repository, use the git pull command:
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git pull <remote> <branch>
Resolving merge conflicts
If there are conflicts when merging changes, Git will prompt you to resolve them. You
can use a variety of tools to resolve conflicts, including text editors and graphical merge
tools.
Advanced Git Commands
git diff
The git diff command shows the differences between two different versions of a file:
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git diff <commit1> <commit2> <file>
Git Tutorial: A Comprehensive
Guide for Beginners
git reset
The git reset command is used to reset the state of the repository to a specific
commit:
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git reset <commit>
git stash
The git stash command is used to temporarily save changes that you are not yet
ready to commit:
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git stash
Git Best Practices
Committing frequently
It is important to commit your changes frequently, rather than waiting until you have
completed a large amount of work. This makes it easier to track changes and identify
problems.
Writing meaningful commit messages
Your commit messages should be descriptive and provide context for the changes that
you have made.
Git Tutorial: A Comprehensive
Guide for Beginners
Creating descriptive branch names
Your branch names should be descriptive and provide context for the changes that you
are working on.
Conclusion
In this guide, we have covered the basic concepts of Git, how to install it, and the
Git can be a complex tool, but with practice and experience, you will become more
comfortable using it. If you have any questions or run into any issues, there is a wealth
of resources available online, including documentation, forums, and tutorials.
Thank you for reading this comprehensive guide to Git for beginners.
FAQ
1. It provides a number of benefits, including the ability to collaborate with others,
maintain a history of your code, and easily revert changes if necessary.
2. What is a repository in Git? A repository is a central location where your code is
stored and managed. It contains all of the files and directories that make up your
project, as well as a history of changes made to those files.
3. What is branching in Git? Branching is the process of creating a new line of
development for your code. It allows you to work on new features or changes
without affecting the main branch of your code.
4. How do I resolve merge conflicts in Git? When merging changes from one
branch into another, you may encounter conflicts between different versions of
the same file. Git provides tools to help you resolve these conflicts, including text
editors and graphical merge tools.
Git Tutorial: A Comprehensive
Guide for Beginners
5. What are some best practices for using Git? Some best practices for using Git
include committing frequently, writing descriptive commit messages, creating
descriptive branch names, and using Git in conjunction with other tools, such as
code reviews and continuous integration.
Awesome repositories
Android Security
A collection of sources about Android security.
AppSec
Resources for learning about application security.
Bug Bounty
List of programs and recordings by Bug Bounty.
Cheatsheets
Penetration Testing / Security Cheat Sheets.
CTF
List of frameworks by CTF, libraries, various sources, software.
Cyber Skills
Git Tutorial: A Comprehensive
Guide for Beginners
A list of hacking environments where you can hone your skills legally and safely.
DevSecOps
A list of great community-supported DevSecOps tools.
Exploit Development
Resources for learning about Exploit Development.
Fuzzing
A list of resources for learning fuzzing and early stages of Exploit Development like root
cause analysis.
Hacking
A list of awesome hacking tutorials, tools and other resources.
Honeypots
List of honeypot resources.
Incident Response
List of incident response tools.
Git Tutorial: A Comprehensive
Guide for Beginners
Industrial Control System Security
List of resources related to automated control system (ICS) security.
InfoSec
A list of amazing information security courses and learning resources.
IoT Hacks
A collection of IoT hacks.
Malware Analysis
List of amazing malware analysis tools and resources.
OSINT
A list of great Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) tools and resources.
OSX and iOS Security
Security tools for OSX and iOS.
Pcaptools
Git Tutorial: A Comprehensive
Guide for Beginners
A collection of tools developed by computer science researchers for network
processing.
Pentest
A list of amazing penetration testing resources, various tools and standouts.
PHP Security
Libraries for generating pseudo-random numbers, data encryption and vulnerability
scanning.
Reversing
A list of awesome reverse engineering resources.
Sec Talks
List of useful security conversations.
SecLists
A collection of several types of lists used during a security assessment.
Security
Git Tutorial: A Comprehensive
Guide for Beginners
A collection of software, libraries, documents, books, resources, and other interesting
security content.
Social Engineering
List of amazing social engineering resources.
Static Analysis
List of static analysis tools, linters and code quality checkers for various programming
languages.
Threat Intelligence
List of Threat Intelligence resources.
Vehicle Security
List of resources for learning car security and hacking.
Vulnerability Research
List of vulnerability research resources.
Web Hacking
List on the subject of web application security.
Git Tutorial: A Comprehensive
Guide for Beginners
Windows Exploitation
A list of amazing resources for using Windows.
WiFi Arsenal
A set of various tools for hacking 802.11.
Other useful repositories
API Security Checklist
A checklist of the most important security countermeasures when developing, testing,
and releasing your API.
APT Notes
Various public documents, white papers, and articles on targeted cyberattacks (APTs).
Bug Bounty Reference
A list of bug bounty sorted into categories based on bug characteristics.
Cryptography
Tools and sources of materials on cryptography.
Git Tutorial: A Comprehensive
Guide for Beginners
CTF Tool
Frameworks, libraries, other sources and software for Capture the Flag.
CVE PoC
Список CVE Proof of Concepts (PoCs).
Forensics
Excellent tools and sources for expert analysis.
Free Programming Books
Free books for developers.
Gray Hacker Resources
Goodies for Capture the Flag, War Games and Pentesting.
Infosec Getting Started
A collection of sources, documentation, links and more to help people learn information
security.
Infosec Reference
Git Tutorial: A Comprehensive
Guide for Beginners
An excellent guide to information security.
IOC
Collection of sources with indicators of compromise.
Linux Kernel Exploitation
Lots of links on fuzzing and Linux kernel exploitation.
Lockpicking
Resources related to security and picking locks, safes and keys.
Machine Learning for Cyber Security
List of tools and resources related to using machine learning for cybersecurity.
Malware Scripts
Useful scripts related to malware.
Payloads
Collection of multifunctional stuffing of web attacks.
PayloadsAllTheThings
Git Tutorial: A Comprehensive
Guide for Beginners
A list of useful information about web application security bypassing and
pentesting/capturing the flag.
Pentest Cheatsheets
Useful tricks for pentesting.
https://hackingtoolss.com/
Free online library for pentesters and researchers.
Probable Wordlists
Probability sorted vocabulary lists that were originally created for creating and testing
passwords.
Resource List
A collection of useful GitHub projects.
Reverse Engineering
Articles, books on reverse engineering.
RFSec-ToolKit
A set of tools for the radio frequency transmission protocol.
Git Tutorial: A Comprehensive
Guide for Beginners
Security Cheatsheets
Cheat sheets for different tools and topics on information security.
Security List
A great security list for fun and profit.
Shell
List of frameworks, tools, guides, useful things in order to use the console to the fullest.
ThreatHunter-Playbook
A book for the threat hunter to help develop techniques and hypotheses for trapping.

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  • 1. Git Tutorial: A Comprehensive Guide for Beginners ByCyber Security Expert DEC 13, 2022 #Advanced Git Commands, #Basic Git Commands, #Branching and Merging, #Cloning an existing repository, #Collaboration with Git, #Creating a Repository, #Git Tutorial: A Comprehensive Guide for Beginners, #Git vs. other version control systems, #Git Workflow, #Initializing a repository, #Installing Git, #Introduction to Git, #Linux, #Mac OS X, #What is Git?, #Why use Git?, #Windows, #Working directory In this comprehensive guide, we will explore Git, the popular version control system, and learn how to use it effectively. We will cover the basic concepts of Git, how to install it on your computer, and the most commonly used commands. By the end of this guide,
  • 2. Git Tutorial: A Comprehensive Guide for Beginners you will have a solid foundation in Git and be able to manage your own projects using this powerful tool. Table of Contents ​ Table of Contents ​ Introduction to Git ​ What is Git? ​ Why use Git? ​ Git vs. other version control systems ​ Installing Git ​ Mac OS X ​ Linux ​ Creating a Repository ​ Initializing a repository ​ Cloning an existing repository ​ Git Workflow ​ Basic Git Commands ​ git add ​ git commit ​ git status ​ git log ​ Branching and Merging ​ Creating a branch ​ Switching branches ​ Merging branches ​ Collaboration with Git ​ Pushing changes to a remote repository
  • 3. Git Tutorial: A Comprehensive Guide for Beginners ​ Pulling changes from a remote repository ​ Resolving merge conflicts ​ Advanced Git Commands ​ git diff ​ git reset ​ git stash ​ Git Best Practices ​ Committing frequently ​ Writing meaningful commit messages ​ Creating descriptive branch names ​ Conclusion ​ FAQ ​ Awesome repositories ​ Android Security ​ AppSec ​ Bug Bounty ​ Cheatsheets ​ CTF ​ Cyber Skills ​ DevSecOps ​ Exploit Development ​ Fuzzing ​ Hacking ​ Honeypots ​ Incident Response ​ Industrial Control System Security ​ InfoSec
  • 4. Git Tutorial: A Comprehensive Guide for Beginners ​ IoT Hacks ​ Malware Analysis ​ OSINT ​ OSX and iOS Security ​ Pcaptools ​ Pentest ​ PHP Security ​ Reversing ​ Sec Talks ​ SecLists ​ Security ​ Social Engineering ​ Static Analysis ​ Threat Intelligence ​ Vehicle Security ​ Vulnerability Research ​ Web Hacking ​ Windows Exploitation ​ WiFi Arsenal ​ Other useful repositories ​ API Security Checklist ​ APT Notes ​ Bug Bounty Reference ​ Cryptography ​ CTF Tool ​ CVE PoC
  • 5. Git Tutorial: A Comprehensive Guide for Beginners ​ Forensics ​ Free Programming Books ​ Gray Hacker Resources ​ Infosec Getting Started ​ Infosec Reference ​ IOC ​ Linux Kernel Exploitation ​ Lockpicking ​ Machine Learning for Cyber Security ​ Malware Scripts ​ Payloads ​ PayloadsAllTheThings ​ Pentest Cheatsheets ​ Pentest Wiki ​ Probable Wordlists ​ Resource List ​ Reverse Engineering ​ RFSec-ToolKit ​ Security Cheatsheets ​ Security List ​ Shell ​ ThreatHunter-Playbook Table of Contents 1. Introduction to Git ○ What is Git? ○ Why use Git?
  • 6. Git Tutorial: A Comprehensive Guide for Beginners ○ Git vs. other version control systems 2. Installing Git ○ Windows ○ Mac OS X ○ Linux 3. Creating a Repository ○ Initializing a repository ○ Cloning an existing repository 4. Git Workflow ○ Working directory ○ Staging area ○ Repository 5. Basic Git Commands ○ git add ○ git commit ○ git status ○ git log 6. Branching and Merging ○ Creating a branch ○ Switching branches ○ Merging branches 7. Collaboration with Git ○ Pushing changes to a remote repository ○ Pulling changes from a remote repository ○ Resolving merge conflicts 8. Advanced Git Commands ○ git diff ○ git reset ○ git stash 9. Git Best Practices ○ Committing frequently ○ Writing meaningful commit messages ○ Creating descriptive branch names 10.Conclusion
  • 7. Git Tutorial: A Comprehensive Guide for Beginners Introduction to Git What is Git? Git is a distributed version control system that is used to track changes in code. Why use Git? Git provides several benefits over traditional version control systems, including: ● Distributed workflow: Git allows multiple people to work on the same codebase without needing a centralized server. ● Easy branching: Git makes it easy to create and manage multiple branches of code, allowing developers to experiment with new features without affecting the main codebase. ● Fast performance: Git is designed to be fast and efficient, even with large codebases. Git vs. other version control systems ● Subversion (SVN) ● Mercurial ● Perforce While each of these systems has its own strengths and weaknesses, Git is generally considered to be the most popular and versatile. Installing Git Mac OS X
  • 8. Git Tutorial: A Comprehensive Guide for Beginners To install Git on Mac OS X, follow these steps: 1. Open Terminal. 2. Install Xcode command line tools by typing xcode-select --install into the terminal and following the on-screen instructions. 3. Install Homebrew by typing /bin/bash -c "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/HEAD/install.sh)" into the terminal and following the on-screen instructions. 4. Install Git by typing brew install git into the terminal. Linux 1. Open a terminal window. 2. Use the package manager for your Linux distribution to install Git. For example, on Ubuntu, you can type sudo apt-get install git into the terminal. Creating a Repository Initializing a repository To initialize a new Git repository, navigate to the To initialize a new Git repository, navigate to the directory where you want to create the repository and run the following command: csharpCopy code git init This will create a new Git repository in the current directory. Cloning an existing repository
  • 9. Git Tutorial: A Comprehensive Guide for Beginners To clone an existing Git repository, run the following command: bashCopy code git clone <repository url> Git Workflow Git has a simple three-step workflow: 1. Working directory: This is where you make changes to your code. 2. Staging area: This is where you prepare your changes to be committed. 3. Repository: This is where your committed changes are stored. Basic Git Commands git add The git add command is used to stage changes for a commit. You can use it to stage all changes, or specify individual files: csharpCopy code git add . or csharpCopy code git add <file> git commit The git commit command is used to commit your changes to the repository.
  • 10. Git Tutorial: A Comprehensive Guide for Beginners sqlCopy code git commit -m "Added new feature X" git status The git status command shows the current status of your repository, including which files have been modified and which files are staged for commit. git log The git log command shows a list of all commits in the repository, along with their commit messages and other details. Branching and Merging Creating a branch phpCopy code git branch <branch name> Switching branches To switch to a different branch, use the git checkout command: phpCopy code git checkout <branch name> Merging branches phpCopy code
  • 11. Git Tutorial: A Comprehensive Guide for Beginners git merge <branch name> Collaboration with Git Pushing changes to a remote repository phpCopy code git push <remote> <branch> Pulling changes from a remote repository To pull changes from a remote repository, use the git pull command: phpCopy code git pull <remote> <branch> Resolving merge conflicts If there are conflicts when merging changes, Git will prompt you to resolve them. You can use a variety of tools to resolve conflicts, including text editors and graphical merge tools. Advanced Git Commands git diff The git diff command shows the differences between two different versions of a file: phpCopy code git diff <commit1> <commit2> <file>
  • 12. Git Tutorial: A Comprehensive Guide for Beginners git reset The git reset command is used to reset the state of the repository to a specific commit: perlCopy code git reset <commit> git stash The git stash command is used to temporarily save changes that you are not yet ready to commit: Copy code git stash Git Best Practices Committing frequently It is important to commit your changes frequently, rather than waiting until you have completed a large amount of work. This makes it easier to track changes and identify problems. Writing meaningful commit messages Your commit messages should be descriptive and provide context for the changes that you have made.
  • 13. Git Tutorial: A Comprehensive Guide for Beginners Creating descriptive branch names Your branch names should be descriptive and provide context for the changes that you are working on. Conclusion In this guide, we have covered the basic concepts of Git, how to install it, and the Git can be a complex tool, but with practice and experience, you will become more comfortable using it. If you have any questions or run into any issues, there is a wealth of resources available online, including documentation, forums, and tutorials. Thank you for reading this comprehensive guide to Git for beginners. FAQ 1. It provides a number of benefits, including the ability to collaborate with others, maintain a history of your code, and easily revert changes if necessary. 2. What is a repository in Git? A repository is a central location where your code is stored and managed. It contains all of the files and directories that make up your project, as well as a history of changes made to those files. 3. What is branching in Git? Branching is the process of creating a new line of development for your code. It allows you to work on new features or changes without affecting the main branch of your code. 4. How do I resolve merge conflicts in Git? When merging changes from one branch into another, you may encounter conflicts between different versions of the same file. Git provides tools to help you resolve these conflicts, including text editors and graphical merge tools.
  • 14. Git Tutorial: A Comprehensive Guide for Beginners 5. What are some best practices for using Git? Some best practices for using Git include committing frequently, writing descriptive commit messages, creating descriptive branch names, and using Git in conjunction with other tools, such as code reviews and continuous integration. Awesome repositories Android Security A collection of sources about Android security. AppSec Resources for learning about application security. Bug Bounty List of programs and recordings by Bug Bounty. Cheatsheets Penetration Testing / Security Cheat Sheets. CTF List of frameworks by CTF, libraries, various sources, software. Cyber Skills
  • 15. Git Tutorial: A Comprehensive Guide for Beginners A list of hacking environments where you can hone your skills legally and safely. DevSecOps A list of great community-supported DevSecOps tools. Exploit Development Resources for learning about Exploit Development. Fuzzing A list of resources for learning fuzzing and early stages of Exploit Development like root cause analysis. Hacking A list of awesome hacking tutorials, tools and other resources. Honeypots List of honeypot resources. Incident Response List of incident response tools.
  • 16. Git Tutorial: A Comprehensive Guide for Beginners Industrial Control System Security List of resources related to automated control system (ICS) security. InfoSec A list of amazing information security courses and learning resources. IoT Hacks A collection of IoT hacks. Malware Analysis List of amazing malware analysis tools and resources. OSINT A list of great Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) tools and resources. OSX and iOS Security Security tools for OSX and iOS. Pcaptools
  • 17. Git Tutorial: A Comprehensive Guide for Beginners A collection of tools developed by computer science researchers for network processing. Pentest A list of amazing penetration testing resources, various tools and standouts. PHP Security Libraries for generating pseudo-random numbers, data encryption and vulnerability scanning. Reversing A list of awesome reverse engineering resources. Sec Talks List of useful security conversations. SecLists A collection of several types of lists used during a security assessment. Security
  • 18. Git Tutorial: A Comprehensive Guide for Beginners A collection of software, libraries, documents, books, resources, and other interesting security content. Social Engineering List of amazing social engineering resources. Static Analysis List of static analysis tools, linters and code quality checkers for various programming languages. Threat Intelligence List of Threat Intelligence resources. Vehicle Security List of resources for learning car security and hacking. Vulnerability Research List of vulnerability research resources. Web Hacking List on the subject of web application security.
  • 19. Git Tutorial: A Comprehensive Guide for Beginners Windows Exploitation A list of amazing resources for using Windows. WiFi Arsenal A set of various tools for hacking 802.11. Other useful repositories API Security Checklist A checklist of the most important security countermeasures when developing, testing, and releasing your API. APT Notes Various public documents, white papers, and articles on targeted cyberattacks (APTs). Bug Bounty Reference A list of bug bounty sorted into categories based on bug characteristics. Cryptography Tools and sources of materials on cryptography.
  • 20. Git Tutorial: A Comprehensive Guide for Beginners CTF Tool Frameworks, libraries, other sources and software for Capture the Flag. CVE PoC Список CVE Proof of Concepts (PoCs). Forensics Excellent tools and sources for expert analysis. Free Programming Books Free books for developers. Gray Hacker Resources Goodies for Capture the Flag, War Games and Pentesting. Infosec Getting Started A collection of sources, documentation, links and more to help people learn information security. Infosec Reference
  • 21. Git Tutorial: A Comprehensive Guide for Beginners An excellent guide to information security. IOC Collection of sources with indicators of compromise. Linux Kernel Exploitation Lots of links on fuzzing and Linux kernel exploitation. Lockpicking Resources related to security and picking locks, safes and keys. Machine Learning for Cyber Security List of tools and resources related to using machine learning for cybersecurity. Malware Scripts Useful scripts related to malware. Payloads Collection of multifunctional stuffing of web attacks. PayloadsAllTheThings
  • 22. Git Tutorial: A Comprehensive Guide for Beginners A list of useful information about web application security bypassing and pentesting/capturing the flag. Pentest Cheatsheets Useful tricks for pentesting. https://hackingtoolss.com/ Free online library for pentesters and researchers. Probable Wordlists Probability sorted vocabulary lists that were originally created for creating and testing passwords. Resource List A collection of useful GitHub projects. Reverse Engineering Articles, books on reverse engineering. RFSec-ToolKit A set of tools for the radio frequency transmission protocol.
  • 23. Git Tutorial: A Comprehensive Guide for Beginners Security Cheatsheets Cheat sheets for different tools and topics on information security. Security List A great security list for fun and profit. Shell List of frameworks, tools, guides, useful things in order to use the console to the fullest. ThreatHunter-Playbook A book for the threat hunter to help develop techniques and hypotheses for trapping.