Category Archives: Web Coding Training

Programming languages that are useful to hackers

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1 HTML Language used to write web pages. *Cross platform Web hacking

Login forms and other data entry methods on the web use HTML forms to get data. Been able to write and interpret HTML, makes it easy for you to identify and exploit weaknesses in the code.

2 JavaScript Client side scripting language *Cross platform Web Hacking

JavaScript code is executed on the client browse. You can use it to read saved cookies and perform cross site scripting etc.

3 PHP Server side scripting language *Cross platform Web Hacking

PHP is one of the most used web programming languages. It is used to process HTML forms and perform other custom tasks. You could write a custom application in PHP that modifies settings on a web server and makes the server vulnerable to attacks.

4 SQL Language used to communicate with database *Cross platform Web Hacking

Using SQL injection, to by-pass web application login algorithms that are weak, delete data from the database etc.

5 Python




High level programming languages *Cross platform Building tools & scripts

They come in handy when you need to develop automation tools and scripts. The knowledge gained can also be used in understand and customization the already available tools.

6 C & C++ High level programming *Cross platform Writing exploits, shell codes etc.

They come in handy when you need to write your own shell codes, exploits, root kits or understanding and expanding on existing ones.


7 Java


Visual Basic


Other languages Java & CSharp are *cross platform. Visual Basic is specific to windows Other uses

The usefulness of these languages depends on your scenario.

Mozilla Webmaker Teaches You to Build Web Sites, Apps, and More

Mozilla Webmaker Teaches You to Build Web Sites, Apps, and More

If you’re interested in building your own website, or developing a web app or service for others to use, you’ll need to get familiar with how the web works and the tools you’ll need to develop for it. Mozilla’s Webmaker project can help you learn, with fun, interactive activities and lesson plans designed for people of all skill levels.

Webmaker is actually a global project by the folks at Mozilla designed to teach people web literacy—that is, pull back the veil on how the web works and your favorite sites and apps function, and so you can learn to build for the web yourself. The general idea, according to Mozilla, is that there’s no better way to learn the mechanics and culture of the web than by playing around and hacking it in a safe, fun environment.

Webmaker has three major components—the Thimble interactive, collaborative code editor that demystifies HTML, CSS, and Javascript, and corrects you as you write it (and shows you the results of what you write as you write it), X-Ray Goggles, which lets you view the source of any element on a web page—then change and tweak it to see what effect it would have on a real website, and Popcorn, an HTML5 media tool that shows you how to layer videos, images, audio embeds, and other rich media on web sites.

The Thimble editor just picked up an educational award, and the whole project is designed to break from a simple cirriculum of lessons (a la Codecademy and the like) and instead focus on getting hands-on with web design and development. If you’re interested, or thinking about building your own website or webapps, it’s worth a look. Hit the link below for more information.