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This page aims to compile high quality resources for hackers. All books listed on this page can be found on Library Genesis and Z-Library

General Resources

Resources that assume little to no background knowledge:

Resources that assume minimal tech background:

Resources that assume a tech or hacking background:

Practice labs:

General references:

Active Directory

Tools

Office 365 & Azure

Tools

GSuite

https://www.slideshare.net/dafthack/ok-google-how-do-i-red-team-gsuite

C2 Frameworks

Antivirus & EDR Evasion

VMware

RocketChat

Microsoft Exchange

ProxyLogon is dead. It's mitigated by Defender. ProxyShell is not. AMSI catches unmodified public exploits.

Initial Access

Phishing

Password spraying

Buying Access

CVE POCs

Scanning and Recon

Web Crawlers

Wordlists

OSINT

Open-source intelligence Tools/Resources

API Hacking

Intercepting Proxies

These let you view, edit, and replay requests, and are extremely useful for finding vulnerabilities in web applications.

Opsec

Any illegal activity should be done from an encrypted and separate computer or virtual machine, with all traffic over Tor.

Secure Messaging

Best practise is for your connections to go over Tor and for your messages to be end-to-end encrypted. For Jabber/XMPP make sure to enable OTR or OMEMO encryption. For email use PGP for encryption. For file sharing use onionshare.