Starting out as a newbie in the hacking or security world is by no means easy. Many hours are spent in frustration, trying to figure out how things work and how they don't. This section lists sites that provide help and information for hackers and potential hackers of all abilities. Help, and Tutorials FAQs Hacking Computers.
- Attrition's Newbie Area www
Newbie-oriented tutorials about stuff like UNIX and system penetration auditing. Newbie Area.
- Hackerthreads.org www
Tutorials about networking, Hackerthreads.org, system administration and network utilities.
- History Ars Technica: Hacking Digital Rights Management www
History of well known DRM cracks and commentary on the future of DRM. Ars Technica: Hacking Digital Rights Management.
- The Hacker\Culture www
The main objective of this Web site is to provide primary documentation, Hacker\Culture, and a little guidance, for those who wish to research the culture around hacking either from a general or an academic perspective. Hacker\Culture.
- Provides Break The Security www
Provides guidance about hacking for newbies, The Security, including topics such as SQL injection, IP hiding and cracking passwords. Break The Security.
- ESR's How to become a Hacker www
ESR's paper on how to become a Hacker. How to become a Hacker.
- Home The Happy Hacker www
Home of the Guides to (Mostly) Harmless Hacking. Happy Hacker. Focus is mainly on Windows 95 and 98. Some mention of Windows NT. The Happy Hacker.
- Unix UNIX / Net / Hack www
UNIX / Net / Hack.
- Step-by-step Simplehelp www
Step-by-step instructions to troubleshoot common personal computer problems. Simplehelp.
- Tips Online Tech Tips www
Tips on personal and online computing. Online Tech Tips.
- Alexa: Help, and Tutorials FAQs Hacking
Alexa Directory Top Sites: Help, and Tutorials FAQs Hacking
- DMOZ: Help, and Tutorials FAQs Hacking
dmoz.org Directory: Help, and Tutorials FAQs Hacking