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  1. FuzzingTool FuzzingTool is a web penetration testing tool, that handles with fuzzing. After the test is completed, all possible vulnerable entries (and the response data) are saved on a report file. Changelog v3.11 New features Allow to insert multiple wordlists (globally or per target) Assign a wordlist to each target with numerous -w, or a global wordlist using only one -w; Use multiple wordlists to same target -w 'wordlist1;wordlist2'; Allow to wordlist plugins automatically detects and build their parameters based on target; Now both the exception and the used payload are written in the logfile; Added robots.txt plugin to the wordlists; Updated CLI output options Added an option to disable the terminal colors --no-colors; Added an option to simplify the output mode, removing the time label and reducing the other labels -S, --simple-output; CLI output changes Updated the program’s progress status: the format is more clean and shows the current payload that are being used; Updated the PathScanner status codes coloring; Bugfixes Fixed the proxy setup on Request; Fixed the Logger that wasn’t writting in the logfile; Fixed a bug then more than one method is specified to same target, and the application stops to run; Fixed an exception when the same target is setted more than one time. Now a target can appear more than one time if all of them do the same type of fuzzing, or by selecting a global scanner plugin; Exception handling At now, none of the RequestExceptions will stop the application, instead of it the program will ask for the user if he wants to continue with that target. The objectCreator method from PluginFactory no longer raises a PluginNotFound exception. This exception was transfered to the classCreator in the same factory. Code refatored All the program arguments parsing are now handled by ArgumentParser that extends the argparse.ArgumentParser; Separate the Dictionary class from the wordlists; Removed unused anonimous functions on CliOutput; The blacklist status codes, and actions, was moved to a separated class called BlacklistStatus; Removed the Response class. Now the Request object will return a tuple of items: the raw response from the requests library, and the RTT. The SubdomainRequest appends the target’s ip to this tuple; Moved the FuzzingTool results from the python dictionary to a separated class Result The results are no longer created by the scanners; Changed the getResult method from the scanners to inspectResult; Separated the Matcher from the scanners; Updated base classes to abstract classes; [hide][Hidden Content]]
  2. What? Arkhota is a web (HTTP/S) brute forcer for Android. Why? A web brute forcer is always in a hacker's computer, for obvious reasons. Sometimes attacks require to be quick or/and with minimal device preparation. Also a phone takes less attention rather than a laptop/computer. For this situations here's Arkhota. [hide][Hidden Content]]
  3. HackTools is a web extension facilitating your web application penetration tests, it includes cheat sheets as well as all the tools used during a test such as XSS payloads, Reverses shells, and much more. Current functions: Dynamic Reverse Shell generator (PHP, Bash, Ruby, Python, Perl, Netcat) Shell Spawning (TTY Shell Spawning) XSS Payloads Basic SQLi payloads Local file inclusion payloads (LFI) Base64 Encoder / Decoder Hash Generator (MD5, SHA1, SHA256, SHA512) Useful Linux commands (Port Forwarding, SUID) Changelog v0.3.8 The new update is out! New RFI Payload #102 New ZSH reverse shell #101 [hide][Hidden Content]]
  4. eCart is a frontend web version of the most popular ecart Android solution available on codecanyon. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  5. Be a Professional Web Designer by understanding different Stages of Crafting a modern and professional websites. What you'll learn How to craft Web Design Ideas? Web Designing Professionally Different Web Design Stages Structuring and Styling Web Pages Implementing Design Principles and Colors for Modern Website Design Making Websites Mobile Ready (Responsive) using Media Queries Requirements Basic Knowledge on HTML and CSS will be a Plus point. Enthusiasm to Learn Web Design Description In this course you will learn to create beautiful Responsive website using HTML and CSS only. And we will use media queries to make it responsive (mobile ready). Once you're comfortable on web designing using HTML and CSS only, using frameworks like Bootstrap will be so easy. It'll be like a piece of a cake. Not only the technical part (HTML and CSS), I'm also explaining my web design process in detail. And follow them to complete this project. To complete any web design project, I divide the complete process in 4 different stages 1. Idea Mapping In this stage, I listen to the clients and gather as much information (requirements) from them as possible. Then, based on the information I do research. Look at some web designs on pinterest and behance. Then I make rough sketch (wireframe) of the web page on paper with pen or pencil. And then design it (UI) using softwares like Photoshop or Sketch. 2. Structuring In this stage, First I divide the conceptual web page design into different sections. Then, Add HTML elements on each sections based on their requirements. 3. Styling In this stage, we make our structured web page more beautiful or presentable using CSS. The web page will get its real colors, space, images, etc. 4. Making Mobile Ready By this time, our web page is well designed and presentable. The only thing left is, to make it responsive or mobile ready. To make it beautifully viewable on any different sizes, we will use media query to make it responsive. Who this course is for: Anyone interested to learn Web Design from Start to End [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  6. Best Support System is a self-hosted support ticket application.It handle support ticket, manage email ticket, collect any payment by paypal. It has easy installer so you don’t need any programming skill. We will keep update reqularly and it has auto update feature. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  7. Ready to start building Web Applications with Visual FoxPro? Web Connection is a complete application framework for developing scalable, Web based business solutions using Visual FoxPro. With Web Connection you can create both server and client centric Html based Web applications, REST services or application servers. You can use the familiar FoxPro language and development environment to reuse existing FoxPro business code on the Web, using the environment and tooling you already know. Web Connection is a proven development platform that has been around since 1995 and is widely used in both small business and large scale applications. If you are a FoxPro developer you can leverage your existing FoxPro skills and development workflow to build Web/Cloud based applications. Whether you're an existing user looking to upgrade or a new user getting into Web Connection and Web development with FoxPro for the first time, Web Connection is easier than ever to build, deploy and manage your FoxPro based Web applications. Get started today! [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  8. itsMe

    WYSIWYG Web Builder 16.3.1

    Features WYSIWYG Web Builder has tools for both beginners and professional designers/developers. Responsive Web Design Built-in support for layout grid, flexbox, css grid or fixed layouts with breakpoints Web Fonts Easily add Google Fonts and other Web Fonts to your website. Animations Add amazing pre made animations and transitions or create your own animations. More than 150 pre-defined animations are included. Pre-made Blocks Use pre-made blocks to quickly get started. More than 150 blocks are available! Forms Tools Send Emails, Upload Files, Store Data in MySQL or CSV, Auto Responder, Password Protect Pages, Form Validation, Conditons/Calculations Images & Media Image filters, shapes, galleries, carousels, lightboxes, rollover animations, YouTube, Vimeo, HTML5 Video/Audio Icon Libraries Support for Font Awesome, Material Icons and many other icon libraries Navigation Navigation buttons, drop down menus, fullscreen menu, mega menu, panel menu, breadcrumb, pagination and much more! Extensions Hundreds of extensions to add extra functionality to the software. Including slideshows, navigation, audio/video, webshops, data viewers etc. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  9. Master Top Techniques Used by Hackers, Get Hands-on Practical Exercises to "Know the Enemy" and Secure Your Apps. What you'll learn Web Security Fundamentals OWASP Top 10 Hacking Techniques Cyber Security Penetration Testing Bug Bounty Application Security SQL injection Cross-site Scripting XSS Cross-site Request Forgery CSRF Sensitive Data Exposure Weak Authentication Requirements Basic networking concepts Description *** Continuously Updated *** Welcome to "Ultimate Guide to Web Application Security OWASP Top Attacks" In this course, we will explore together the most common attacks against web applications, referred to as OWASP TOP 10, and learn how to exploit these vulnerabilities so that you have a solid background in order to protect your assets. You will: - Discover OWASP Top attacks and how they are performed and the tricks and techniques related to them. - Do extensive exercises on DVWA (Damn Vulnerable Web Application) and OWASP BWA (Broken Web Applications) to see in actual practice how to attack live systems and what goes on behind the scenes. - Learn to get information about a target domain and search for potential victims. - See the tools most used by hackers of all levels grouped in one place; the Kali Linux distribution. - Code some of your own scripts to get you started with advanced penetration where you will need to forge you own tools. DISCLAIMER: This course is for educational purposes only. Use at your own risk. You must have an explicit authorization to use these techniques and similar ones on assets not owned by you. The author holds no legal responsibility whatsoever for any unlawful usage leveraging the techniques and methods described in this course. If you like the course, please give a rating and recommend to you friends. Who this course is for: IT Security practitioner Developer Network Engineer Network Security Specialist Cyber Security Manager Penetration Tester [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  10. FuzzingTool FuzzingTool is a web penetration testing tool, that handles with fuzzing. After the test is completed, all possible vulnerable entries (and the response data) are saved on a report file. Changelog v3.9 New features Option to insert multiple targets: by urls (for each -u); by raw HTTP (for each -r); Option to insert custom, and multiple, http verbs (request methods); Fuzzing http verbs; Added scanners (see Default scanners and Custom scanners); Added dictionaries (see Default dictionaries and Custom dictionaries); Added encoders (see Encoders); Use requests Session object to perform a session request for URL fuzzings. Keep the common request method for non URL fuzzings; Blacklist a response status code to pause the application, or skip the current fuzzed target; Added wordlists to the project; Code refatored ApplicationManager: Added callback functions to be called on Fuzzer, removed the proxies checker and ajusted the footer content; OutputHandler: Moved the help menu to ApplicationManager; FileHandler: Separated the reports and logs functions into classes – Logger and Reporter; RequestParser: Bring the commom url parsing functions to out of the class; Moved the exceptions to exceptions directory; Moved the useful functions to utils directory; [hide][Hidden Content]]
  11. Follow on course: Scrape images, master regular expressions, create dynamic charts and graphs. OOP and AJAX too! What you'll learn Scraping title and images, displaying them in a gallery using bootstrap cards, regular expressions, ajax, front end design, and dynamic charts/graphs. Requirements Ideally, take our basic (zero to pro) web scraping series as a prerequisite. Suggested but not required. Description Don't waste your time on courses that hide behind hundreds of hours. In just five lessons, you will be scraping titles and images with confidence, and using flask, bootstrap and chartist.js to display your scraped data in galleries and dynamically changing charts! You will also finally walk away confident with regular expressions, write OOP code and AJAX and learn a hell of a lot in an extremely short time frame. Happy learning and I do hope you'll really enjoy and benefit from this course. Who this course is for: Beginner Python developers, advanced developers looking to learn web scraping and new techniques Course content 5 sections • 5 lectures • 1h 35m total length [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  12. Load Testing Web Sites shouldn't be difficult We believe that testing HTTP requests and load testing a site should be easy. It's something that should take a few minutes to set up and then run on a regular basis during the development process, so that you can monitor performance of your sites while you are building them. We built West Wind WebSurge with developers and testers in mind to make it easy to create HTTP requests or entire sessions, and then easily play back either individual URLs for API or response testing, or for full-on stress testing under heavy load. It's easy to share sessions that are plain text files and can be stored on disk with projects, shared folders or cloud drive storage or via source control for all users access. Features Easy to capture, easy to run tests Built-in capture tool to capture requests Capture Web browsers or Windows apps Filter captures by domain or process Id Import sessions from Fiddler Manually create and edit sessions Complete HTTP and SSL Support Test HTML, AJAX, REST and SOAP Services Test individual URLs Test with unlimited load Easy to read summarized results Charts to visualize results Export results to Xml,Json,Html Test locally and within your Firewall/VPN Command Line Interface Great for HTTP Request testing and managing more features... [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  13. We believe that testing HTTP requests and load testing a site should be easy. It's something that should take a few minutes to set up and then run on a regular basis during the development process, so that you can monitor performance of your sites while you are building them. We built West Wind WebSurge with developers and testers in mind to make it easy to create HTTP requests or entire sessions, and then easily play back either individual URLs for API or response testing, or for full-on stress testing under heavy load. It's easy to share sessions that are plain text files and can be stored on disk with projects, shared folders or cloud drive storage or via source control for all users access. Features Easy to capture, easy to run tests Built-in capture tool to capture requests Capture Web browsers or Windows apps Filter captures by domain or process Id Import sessions from Fiddler Manually create and edit sessions Complete HTTP and SSL Support Test HTML, AJAX, REST and SOAP Services Test individual URLs Test with unlimited load Easy to read summarized results Charts to visualize results Export results to Xml,Json,Html Test locally and within your Firewall/VPN Command Line Interface Great for HTTP Request testing and managing more features... [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  14. What you'll learn Learn how Burp Suite is used in web application hacking Learn how to find and exploit common vulnerabilities with Burp Learn how Burp Suite can help automate attacks Follow along with practical examples through vulnerable labs Hands-on Examples Requirements Basic knowledge of HTTP protocols and communications Basic knowledge of web applications Description This course will introduce Burp Suite and demonstrate the common modules and tools used by web application hackers to find and exploit vulnerabilities. This course provides practical examples through the PortSwigger labs and DVWA to help solidify the concepts and give you the opportunity to exploit systems. This course focuses on using Burp Suite to attack web applications. We will primarily use the community version, as it is free and accessible, and provides the important functionality required to start attacking systems. I've provided links to all of the resources used in the video, so you can follow along and practice your skills with the videos! Who this course is for: IT security engineers Students looking to learn IT security Ethical Hackers and Penetration Testers Bug Bounty hunters targetting web applications [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  15. FuzzingTool is a web penetration testing tool, that handles with fuzzing. After the test is completed, all possible vulnerable entries (and the response data) are saved on a report file. [hide][Hidden Content]]
  16. What you'll learn Web Security Fundamentals OWASP Top 10 Hacking Techniques Cyber Security Penetration Testing Bug Bounty Application Security SQL injection Cross-site Scripting XSS Cross-site Request Forgery CSRF Sensitive Data Exposure Weak Authentication Requirements Basic networking concepts Description *** Continuously Updated *** Welcome to "Ultimate Guide to Web Application Security OWASP Top Attacks" In this course, we will explore together the most common attacks against web applications, referred to as OWASP TOP 10, and learn how to exploit these vulnerabilities so that you have a solid background in order to protect your assets. You will: - Discover OWASP Top attacks and how they are performed and the tricks and techniques related to them. - Do extensive exercises on DVWA (Damn Vulnerable Web Application) and OWASP BWA (Broken Web Applications) to see in actual practice how to attack live systems and what goes on behind the scenes. - Learn to get information about a target domain and search for potential victims. - See the tools most used by hackers of all levels grouped in one place; the Kali Linux distribution. - Code some of your scripts to get you started with advanced penetration where you will need to forge you own tools. DISCLAIMER: This course is for educational purposes only. Use at your own risk. You must have an explicit authorization to use these techniques and similar ones on assets not owned by you. The author holds no legal responsibility whatsoever for any unlawful usage leveraging the techniques and methods described in this course. If you like the course, please give a rating and recommend to you friends. *** Update 02/23/2021 *** : A dedicated section to OWASP project and Top 10 list. Who this course is for: IT Security practitioner Developer Network Engineer Network Security Specialist Cyber Security Manager Penetration Tester [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  17. Raptor is a Web application firewall made in C, uses DFA to block SQL injection, Cross-site scripting, and path traversal. Why is this tool made in C language? C has a high delay time for writing and debugging, but no pain no gain, have fast performance, addition to this point, the C language is run at any architecture like Mips, ARM, and others… other benefits of C, have a good and high profile to write optimizations if you think to write some lines in ASSEMBLY code with AES-NI or SiMD instructions, I think is a good choice. Why you do not use POO ? in this project I follow the”KISS” principle: [Hidden Content] It Simple C language has a lot of old school dudes like a kernel hacker… Raptor is very simple, have three layers reverse proxy, blacklist, and Match(using deterministic finite automaton). Proxy using the select() function to check multiple sockets, at the future change to use libevent(signal based is very fast) If someone sends a request, Raptor does address analysis… Address blacklisted? block! If deterministic finite automaton and Blacklist don’t match, Raptor doesn’t blockRaptor get a Request with GET or POST method and make some analysis to find dirt like an sql injection, cross-site scripting… Raptor gets a Request with GET or POST method and makes some analysis to find dirt like an sql injection, cross-site scripting… External match string mode • At directory, config has a file of lists of rules • You can match the string with different algorithms • You can choose with an argument –match or -m • Choice one option between Karpe Rabin, DFA, or Boyer Moore Horspool Changelog v0.6.2 Patch fix to the improving documentation. to run: $ git clone [Hidden Content] $ cd raptor_waf; make; bin/raptor Don’t execute with “cd bin; ./raptor” use path “bin/raptor” look detail [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  18. itsMe

    Quick'n Easy Web Builder 8.1.1

    Desktop publishing for the web, build web sites as easy as Drag & Drop! Available for Mac, Windows and Linux! Visually design your website (What-You-See-Is-What-You-Get). Drag & drop objects your web pages Navigation bars, Menu bar and many other navigation options. "One Click Publishing" No FTP program needed. No special hosting required, use with any Hosting Service! Easily create forms using the built-in Form Wizard plus Form validation tools and built-in CAPTCHA. Advanced graphics tools like shapes, textart, rotation, shadows and many other image effects. Fully integrated jQuery UI (Accordion, Tabs etc), animations, effects and built-in ThemeRoller theme editor. Google compatible sitemap generator / PayPal eCommerce Tools Many navigation tools available: Navigation bars, tab menus, dropdown menus, sitetree, slidemenus. Built-in Slide Shows, Photo Galleries, Rollover images, Banners etc. Support for YouTube, Vimeo, HTML5 Video and many other video formats. Many extensions, to add even more options to the application. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  19. Ethical Hacking for Complete Beginners What you’ll learn In this course, you will learn some of the most common Web Application Vulnerabilities and how to submit them to Bug Bounty Programs, all while building a strong foundation for furthering your education. Requirements There are no prerequisites for this course! All you need is a computer and an internet connection. Description In this course, we will cover all that is required for you to begin your Bug Bounty career! We will set up your working environment and learn how to do recon on the target application. Some of the Vulnerabilities that are covered include: URL manipulation, IDOR’s, Business Logic Errors, SQL injection, XSS and more! No prior experience is necessary. I have designed this course knowing that there will be many students who want to learn bug bounty hunting, who do not have any knowledge of programing or programming languages. Therefore, this course was developed in such a way that you do not need to possess any coding skills. (However, in a separate intermediate level course, it will be advantageous that you have some basic programming skills in order to follow along.) I will walk you through finding programs that you are interested in researching and help you understand what vulnerabilities are permitted on the application, as well as which ones are labeled as out of scope. I update this course regularly and respond to questions as soon as I can. I encourage my students to ask questions when you don’t understand a concept. Please let me know if a video is out of date or the instruction is not clear so I can update the videos and make this the best possible learning experience for you! Who this course is for: This course is for beginner students interested in Bug Bounty Hunting & Web Application Testing. [Hidden Content] Content: [hide][Hidden Content]]
  20. What you'll learn WordPress Core Architecture How to find Vulnerabilities in WordPress Sites How Hacker Exploit Vulnerabilities in WordPress How to Increase Security of WordPress Sites How to Defend Against WordPress Attacks This course includes: 1.5 hours on-demand video 14 downloadable resources Full lifetime access Access on mobile and TV Certificate of completion Requirements Basic Ethical Hacking Knowledge Basic knowledge of websites and web applications Knowledge of PHP Language Description Did you know that more than 30% of websites on internet are based on WordPress and more than 42% of online shopping sites are using WordPress as E-commerce solution. WordPress is robust and powerful open source website creation tool. In this course we are going to see the vulnerabilities in WordPress based sites We will start this course by looking into the core architecture of WordPress like How WordPress works? How themes work in WordPress? What are plugins and how to create plugins? Then will looking into information gathering phase of WordPress. We will see how to do version detection and how to gather user information. We will also try to find vulnerabilities in WordPress themes and plugins. After that we will see how to exploit these vulnerabilities and gain access to WordPress site. We will also try and gain access to complete server using WordPress site. Then Will see how to write malware code and exploit WordPress site on different levels. After looking into WordPress vulnerabilities we will see how to secure WordPress sites. We will provide you step by step information to secure your new WordPress site as well as existing WordPress sites. Who this course is for: Web developers interested in WordPress Security Ethical Hackers who wants to learn about WordPress Security People who wants to Secure their own or company WordPress site [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  21. Functional -Hidden download -Saving Users -Dynamic interchangeable links from the panel (DLR) -Auto run -CIS sorter C#, Framework 4, PHP 7.1 Only for '.exe' files now. [Hidden Content]
  22. OpenDoor OWASP is a console multifunctional websites scanner. This application finds all possible ways to login, index of/ directories, web shells, restricted access points, subdomains, hidden data, and large backups. The scanning is performed by the built-in dictionary and external dictionaries as well. Anonymity and speed are provided by means of using proxy servers. The software is written for informational purposes and is an open-source product under the GPL license. Implements multithreading control scan’s reports directories scanner subdomains scanner HTTP(S) (PORT) support Keep-alive long pooling HTTP(S)/SOCKS proxies dynamic request header custom wordlst’s prefixes custom wordlists, proxies, ignore lists debug levels (1-3) extensions filter custom reports directory custom config wizard (use random techniques) analyze techniques detect redirects detect index of/ Apache detect large files heuristic detect invalid web pages blank success page filter certify required pages randomization techniques random user-agent per request random proxy per request wordlists shuffling wordlists filters Changelog v4.0.1 – Python 2.6,2.7 is unsupported – Update directories.dat 36994 -> 37019 – [enhancement] [#PR-40]([Hidden Content]) added encoding to setup.py – [bugfix] [#PR-48]([Hidden Content]) Python 3.9 / 3.10 compatibility – [bugfix] [#PR-20]([Hidden Content]) No timeout setup in request – [enhancement] [#PR-36]([Hidden Content]) Feature Request: Show only found items [hide][Hidden Content]]
  23. West Wind WebSurge Web Application Load Testing made easy Capture HTTP Requests Test HTTP Requests Play them back under Load Summarize Results Load Testing Web Sites shouldn't be difficult We believe that testing HTTP requests and load testing a site should be easy. It's something that should take a few minutes to set up and then run on a regular basis during the development process, so that you can monitor performance of your sites while you are building them. We built West Wind WebSurge with developers and testers in mind to make it easy to create HTTP requests or entire sessions, and then easily play back either individual URLs for API or response testing, or for full-on stress testing under heavy load. It's easy to share sessions that are plain text files and can be stored on disk with projects, shared folders or cloud drive storage or via source control for all users access. Features Easy to capture, easy to run tests Built-in capture tool to capture requests Capture Web browsers or Windows apps Filter captures by domain or process Id Import sessions from Fiddler Manually create and edit sessions Complete HTTP and SSL Support Test HTML, AJAX, REST and SOAP Services Test individual URLs Test with unlimited load Easy to read summarized results Charts to visualize results Export results to Xml,Json,Html Test locally and within your Firewall/VPN Command Line Interface Great for HTTP Request testing and managing more features... [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  24. itsMe

    WYSIWYG Web Builder 16.2

    Features WYSIWYG Web Builder has tools for both beginners and professional designers/developers. Responsive Web Design Built-in support for layout grid, flexbox, css grid or fixed layouts with breakpoints Web Fonts Easily add Google Fonts and other Web Fonts to your website. Animations Add amazing pre made animations and transitions or create your own animations. More than 150 pre-defined animations are included. Pre-made Blocks Use pre-made blocks to quickly get started. More than 150 blocks are available! Forms Tools Send Emails, Upload Files, Store Data in MySQL or CSV, Auto Responder, Password Protect Pages, Form Validation, Conditons/Calculations Images & Media Image filters, shapes, galleries, carousels, lightboxes, rollover animations, YouTube, Vimeo, HTML5 Video/Audio Icon Libraries Support for Font Awesome, Material Icons and many other icon libraries Navigation Navigation buttons, drop down menus, fullscreen menu, mega menu, panel menu, breadcrumb, pagination and much more! Extensions Hundreds of extensions to add extra functionality to the software. Including slideshows, navigation, audio/video, webshops, data viewers etc. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  25. What you'll learn Beginner Python (even if you've never coded before) Intermediate Python Advanced Python OOP Python (Object Oriented Python) Django Class based views in Django Course content 39 sections • 139 lectures • 12h 52m total length Requirements Must have a computer and keyboard (sorry, no phone keyboards allowed) Must be willing to ACTUALLY learn. This course is GEARED towards learning and has a task for you to do at the end of almost every lesson. Description Learn how to program with Python. Learn how to make Python-based websites with Django. Who uses Python? Just about everybody. Python is the 3rd most popular programming language in the world. It's SIGNIFICANTLY more popular than JavaScript! Pretty much everybody is using Python these days. Google, Netflix, Facebook, your local web development shop... everyone! It makes sense to learn Python because there's a lot of demand for it. Who uses Django? LOADS of organizations use Python. From Nasa, Google and Mozilla, to HUGE websites like Pinterest, Instagram, Dropbox, and Disqus. So why should you learn Django? Because there's HUGE demand for it, it's incredibly popular, powerful and secure. Why learn from Kalob Taulien? (that's me!) I've been writing Python and Django for a number of years now. I'm on the core Wagtail CMS team (Wagtail is Python's #1 most popular content management system) and I'm one of the core leaders in Wagtail-based education. 100% of all my hobby projects use Django these days and I'm a professionally paid web contractor who writes Django. I also like to automate my daily tasks using Python. Is this course for you? Better question: is this course NOT for you? I'm only interested in teaching folks who want to learn Python and Django. I answer every question I get in all of my courses and I'm seeking students who are willing to work hard, do the tasks that are at the end of every lesson, and create the 4 main projects in this course. What are the projects? Rock, paper, scissors written in Python. You'll play against the computer. A Pokemon character lookup tool written in Python using an API. A banking application to keep track of deposits and withdrawals, written in Python. An Instagram clone written in Django. A Twitter clone written in Django. What are the tasks? Tasks are small "try it out" pieces of homework found at the end of almost every single lesson in this course. The idea is that you watch me write some code, and then you try to do the same for some real experience. Sometimes the tasks are small, sometimes the tasks are big. Make sure you set aside about 5 extra minutes for every lesson to start and finish every task. Is the source code included? Of course it is! Feel free to steal any of my code and use it anyway you like! Who this course is for: New web developers Junior Python developers Advanced Python developers who want to learn Django Web developers who want to learn Python and/or Django [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]