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TTC - The Real History of Secret Societies
Duration: 12h 40m | Video: .MP4 1280x720, 30 fps(r) | Audio: AAC, 44100Hz, 2ch | Size: 10.6 GB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

The first rule of this course is you don't talk about this course. The second rule of this course is YOU DON'T TALK ABOUT THIS COURSE.Welcome to The Real History of Secret Societies, a historical look at the true-life groups which, if you believe the myths, are the unspoken power behind some of the world's major turning points, from controlling the British crown to holding back the electric car and keeping Martians and Atlantis under wraps.
The first rule of this course is you don't talk about this course. The second rule of this course is YOU DON'T TALK ABOUT THIS COURSE.Welcome to The Real History of Secret Societies, a historical look at the true-life groups which, if you believe the myths, are the unspoken power behind some of the world's major turning points, from controlling the British crown to holding back the electric car and keeping Martians and Atlantis under wraps.

Prepare yourself. In this course, brought to you in partnership with HISTORY®, you will be visiting some of history's deepest rabbit-holes, across centuries and continents, in search of secret societies in all their varieties. You will journey to some very dark places and, frankly, some odd and sometimes silly ones as well. During 24 eye-opening lectures, Dr. Richard B. Spence, professor of history at the University of Idaho, guides you through the always fascinating, often mystifying-and sometimes disturbing-world of brotherhoods, sisterhoods, orders, cults, and cabals that have influenced human culture from ancient times to the present.

Not-So-Secret Societies

Despite the name, "secret" societies have permeated popular culture and become symbols of wonder, mystique, and rumormongering. Thanks to phenomena like Dan Brown's best-selling novels, hit movies such as Skull and Bones, or hit songs by Madonna, the idea of secret societies has become utterly mainstream, allowing the general population to think they know about the most important parts of this clandestine underworld.

However, the commonly known groups barely scratch the surface of the number of real-life secret societies that exist. In fact, if one didn't know better, one might think the popularization of a few groups is a conspiracy, in of itself, to cover up for the many that are never acknowledged.

With help from the archives of HISTORY, Professor Spence leaves no society uncovered, and will open your eyes to the history and evolution of factions you think you know, introducing you to fascinating and illuminating stories and insights. Consider:

The Illuminati-A group so pervasive in popular culture that their name has become synonymous with any generic conspiratorial group-noted throughout literature in everything from Mary Shelley's 1818 novel Frankenstein to Marvel comic books. There are a variety of global groups which considered themselves Illuminati-or at least affiliated with them-but the Illuminati initially took root with a young lawyer who was obsessed with secrecy, rank and order, and creating a New World Order that echoed the promises of communism.
The Shriners-Founded by a wealthy New York Freemason, named William Florence, who enlisted a group of well-heeled masons to establish Mecca Temple, the first lodge of the Mystic Shrine. Exclusivity added to the mystique, growing the membership of The Ancient Arabic Order of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine to hundreds of thousands over time. They adopted a motto of "Fun and Fellowship," and they are known for wearing red fezzes and seen riding small bikes or cars in parades, though they also founded a number of children's hospitals.
The Freemasons-A group known for secret rings and handshakes, subtle symbology, dangerous initiation rituals, and a complicated hierarchy. You'd think with all this secrecy and protection of the group, the last place you'd find them is being parodied on The Simpsons. But the truth is that they are a hard organization to keep hushed up because there has never been just a single school of Freemasonry; many variations exist and they don't play by the same rules.
Professor Spence also looks at groups who have become so ubiquitous in our history that it's impossible to think of them as being secret, such as the Ku Klux Klan, the Mafia, the IRA, or the Nazi Party. But as Professor Spence explains, these were the groups which began to organize behind closed doors, and their original, secret-or at least exclusive-status was likely an impetus in the group's successfulness and omnipresence. After all, half the power and draw of a secret society stems from the fact that everyone (secretly) wants to join one.

Myth and Reality
The time period from 1890-1930 is known as a "golden age of fraternalism," when hundreds of lodges, mystical orders, and fraternal organizations came into existence in the United States. During this time, America accounted for more than half of the world's Freemasons. And, millions of Americans were affiliated with lesser-known, oath-bound orders such as Odd Fellows, Red Men, Woodmen of the World, Knights of Columbus, B'nai B'rith, Elks, Owls, Eagles, and the Moose.

Some groups were organized to promote fellowship, mutual aid, or political and social causes during a trying time for the U.S. economy. Other groups took advantage of desperate times to turn groups of humans against each other, encouraging supremacy or separatism. Still, others simply came into existence for solely self-serving reasons and were not considered legitimate, yet their stories and reputations endure. Consider these groups:

U. S. Secret and Civil Service Society, Self-Supporting Branch-Founded by Arthur Rochford Manby to "combat nameless evils that regular authorities couldn't, or wouldn't, handle." This society was a cover for Manby to receive money, deeds, and mortgages from his followers in order to partake in bootlegging, extortion, fraud, robbery, and murder for hire. It also solidified the secret society mantra of "join or die," as Manby preyed on well-to-do citizens and then showed the new initiates how broken oaths of silence or obedience would result in a beheading.
The Learned Elders of Zion-A super-secret group of Jewish leaders purported to be bent on world domination through subverting the morals of non-Jews and by taking control of the press and the economy. Henry Ford fueled the fire of the Elders by paying for 500,000 copies of The Protocols of the Elders of Zion to be printed and distributed in the United States in a fit of anti-Semitism. This guide was also taught by German school teachers after the Nazi's came to power. The real history? This group never existed and the Protocols were a hoax.
The Priory of Sion-An uber-secret society claiming to be the restoration of an order dating back to the First Crusade in the 11th century that was created to protect the bloodline of Jesus and Mary Magdalene. The society's objective was supposedly to restore a descendant as the ruler of a unified Europe. However, it was nothing more than the concoction of a career con man, who had developed a complete pseudo-history that was picked up and repurposed by the likes of Leonardo da Vinci; Victor Hugo; Claude Debussy; and most recently, Dan Brown.
Secret societies, real or not, were often a mirror of their times, in some cases, reflecting exclusionary practices with religious, racist, or classist overtones. In other cases, they could be considered America's first social welfare system, as many groups established programs to bridge the very divides caused by others.

But as much as these societies echoed the consciousness of America, they were fundamentally un-American. As Professor Spence points out, John F. Kennedy said in 1961: "The very word 'secrecy' is repugnant in a free and open society; and we are as a people inherently and historically opposed to secret societies, to secret oaths, and to secret proceedings."

A Personal Connection to History

Professor Spence opens each lecture with a story-a specific glimpse at another time, another place, and a real person or group who is connected in some way to the secret society being examined. This approach introduces you to these societies from both the inside-out and on a personal level. You'll also get unprecedented access to images, photographs, and more, provided by HISTORY, which give you a true picture of what these societies looked like and how they were organized.

As you uncover secret and often now-defunct societies from around the world-including Ancient Greece, Japan, Korea, Ireland, Russia, France, Germany, and more-you'll feel like you are there with them, whispering in underground meeting rooms or conspiring around a table in Bavaria. You'll get to know the founders, leaders, and famous and influential members associated with these groups. And you'll follow many of the well-known clandestine conspiracies back to their roots, through their uprising, their unearthing, and into the new secret societies that almost always sprang up to take their place.

Secret societies have attracted some of history's most brilliant, and some of its most evil, minds. Often demonized by their enemies, many secret societies have become the stuff of myths and conspiracy theories. Why do they exist? And when they are invented or imagined, why would someone pretend they exist? What do secret societies believe? Who do they recruit? Most important, what influence do they have? Buckle up and get ready to find out.



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Learn Python By Doing: Real World Projects Masterclass 2021
Genre: eLearning | MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 48.0 KHz
Language: English | Size: 9.23 GB | Duration: 19h

Go From Beginner To Expert In Python Web Development: Step By Step Develop Real Django Applications with SQLite, Tkinter

What you'll learn
Understand how to useframeworks like Django will save you a ton of time in web development
Improve your web development and coding resume
Be able to connect Django to databases
Learn how to use Python in Web Development
Understand various Django Functions
Become a professional Python Developer

The most appealing characteristic of Python is that it is an interpreted language. Interpreted languages are the programming languages that do not need to be compiled to run. An interpreter can run python code on any kind of computer, by itself. This means the programmer can quickly see the results, if or when they need to modify the code. On the flip side, this also means that Python is slower than a compiled language like C. And that is because it is not running on a machine code directly.

Because Python is an interpreted language, testing small snippets of code and moving them between different platforms is quite simple. Since Python is compatible with most of the operating systems, it is used universally, in a variety of applications.

Python is considered a beginners' programming language. As it is a high-level language, a programmer can focus on what to do instead of how to do it. This is one of the major reasons why writing programs in Python takes less time than in other programming languages.

Because Python is similar to English, many find it easier to learn than other programming languages. Developers can read and remember the Python syntaxes much easier than other programming languages.

Since Python supports scripting as well, it can be used to build large, commercial applications. The main factor behind Python's popularity in the IT world is its reliability. Being a high-level programming language, Python lets the user focus on the core functioning of the application. Meanwhile, the common programming tasks are handled by the language itself.

Now you can probably see why Python is one of the most favored programming languages by developers, data scientists, software engineers, and hackers! And the key factors behind its diverse userbase are flexibility, versatility, and object-oriented features. This is also why Python is used in complex fields like Machine Learning (ML) and Data Science (DS).




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TTC - The Pagan World: Ancient Religions Before Christianity
Duration: 12h 40m | Video: .MP4 1280x720, 30 fps(r) | Audio: AAC, 44100Hz, 2ch | Size: 10.6 GB
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At home and on the battlefield, the leaders of ancient Rome knew their world was filled with signs from the gods, messages they needed to obey if they wanted success. Yes, they developed a well-oiled political and military machine, but they never made big decisions or went to battle without their priests and diviners.
At home and on the battlefield, the leaders of ancient Rome knew their world was filled with signs from the gods, messages they needed to obey if they wanted success. Yes, they developed a well-oiled political and military machine, but they never made big decisions or went to battle without their priests and diviners.

As the famous Roman historian Livy put it: "This city was established with auspices. Who does not know that in war or peace at home or on military campaign all our affairs are conducted with auspices?" What were these auspices so crucial to the affairs of an empire? Auspices-from the Latin, meaning "one who looks at birds"-were signs from the gods revealed in the patterns of bird flight, as interpreted by the augur, a priest.

When we think about the Roman Empire, we tend to visualize massive armies conquering and plundering the peoples of the Mediterranean world. In fact, many have attributed the empire's 1,000-year reign directly to their well-organized military might. But that's not what the Romans thought; Roman leaders consistently ascribed the foundation of their success directly to their superior skills in religious practices.

In The Pagan World: Ancient Religions before Christianity, you will meet the fascinating, polytheistic peoples of the ancient Mediterranean and beyond, their many gods and goddesses, and their public and private worship practices, as you come to better understand the foundational role religion played in their lives. Professor Hans-Friedrich Mueller, of Union College in Schenectady, New York, makes this ancient world come alive in 24 lectures brimming with captivating stories and intriguing personalities, as well as artifacts, illustrations, and detailed quotes and descriptions from a treasure trove of original sources.

Fascinating Picture of Ancient Polytheistic Life

In the ancient Mediterranean world, religion was not separate from daily life. To the contrary, religion was daily life. These polytheists believed they had a strict contract with their deities: If they took care of their gods, their gods would take care of them. That meant following numerous rules and regulations that circumscribed almost all aspects of life both inside and outside the home. Consequently, their religion makes a wonderful lens through which to achieve a deeper understanding of their world.

Unlike modern religions that describe and even compel specific behavior between individuals, these gods weren't as interested in policing morality. So, what about care for fellow humans? Or limits on sexual activity? Or even faith itself? Often these were not major concerns. Where the state took an interest, appropriate laws were passed and enforced. But the gods themselves traditionally judged these mortals primarily by the quantity and quality of their worship.

Those rules became the foundation of the state religion because leaders knew they could not be successful if their subjects were displeasing the gods. Consequently, they built extraordinary temples to honor their many deities, brought food and wine to them, sacrificed animals for them, and held sacred meals in the gods' names-anything and everything to keep them happy.

Architecture, particularly remnants of temples, provide one source of our knowledge about these peoples and their practices-from the sanctuaries of Asklepios and Apollo to the Parthenon to the Caves of Mithras, and beyond. Professor Mueller, a scholar of Greek, Latin, and ancient history, is passionate about this period of history. In The Pagan World: Ancient Religions before Christianity, he discusses these extraordinary temple constructions and gives detailed descriptions from primary sources of intriguing personalities, including:

Art-Statuary, friezes, painting, mosaics, and vases throughout the Roman Empire;
Inscriptions-Pyramid texts and coffin texts found in Egypt ; and
Literature-Writings of philosophers, historians, and politicians, such as Cicero, Euripides, Homer, Lucretius, Livy, Ovid, Plato, Sophocles, and the Rigveda (a text that would become an integral part of Hinduism).
The Benefits of Divination

The many gods of this ancient world were everywhere, with spirits inhabiting every crack and crevice of life. Names of the many gods included:

Vesta, goddess of the family hearth;
Venus, goddess of sex;
Mars, god of the agricultural and military fields;
Maia, goddess of nature;
Limentinus, god of the threshold; and
Cardea, goddess of the door hinges.
Who could interpret the signs from all these deities? Even the common person could understand some. For example, did someone sneeze? Did the sacrificial animal walk willingly to the altar? If not, the gods were not interested. Did the altar burn brightly or did the flame sputter, full of smoke? Did the chickens eat greedily before the battle? Did Jupiter cause thunder and lightning in the midst of a political assembly . on a sunny day? These and other portents were viewed as a serious form of communication between humanity and the divine.

In addition, the Roman Empire had a panoply of priests, pontiffs, and augurs to interpret signs and hired Etruscan haruspices who were specially trained to "read" the entrails of sacrificed animals, particularly the livers. This was crucial; knowing how to compare what was seen inside the sacrificial animal to what was seen out in the world brought mortals and their gods into communion.

But the leadership didn't always agree on the interpretation of signs. And at this intersection of religion and politics, there were definite benefits of divination. The difficulty of interpreting portents and signs provided a forum for discussion and debate. Those conversations fostered creative approaches to a range of possible solutions. Rather than divide society, religious debate helped move people toward consensus.

Acceptance of Other Religions

It may feel like the modern, technology-driven world of today invented globalism. But the ancient peoples of the Near East, Greece, Asia Minor, and the entire Mediterranean had already created globalism as they traded with one another, spoke with each other, borrowed (and stole) ideas, and knew each other's cultures well. And nowhere is this more apparent than in religious practices.

For example, Roman leadership took a pragmatic position toward the unfamiliar faiths they incorporated into their territory. The newly conquered were allowed to practice their former religion-as long as their worship did not clash with the state-sanctioned religion or Roman rule. Conquest also led to rich innovations within religion as Roman society incorporated new gods and practices from the religions of their conquered peoples, including:

Worship of the Greek gods (with new Latin names);
The cult of Isis, which originated in Egypt and spread throughout the empire;
The cult of Mithras, which originated in Persia and was particularly popular among the Roman soldiers; and
Manichaeism, which also originated in Persia and addressed the duality of good and evil.
Rome did not accept all religions, however; they would not tolerate practices that went directly against the law of the land. Consequently, problems were bound to arise between the authority of the state and the worshippers of Bacchus, Druids, Jews, and Christians-something history has since proved.

We know that Christianity, Judaism, and Islam still exist in the present day-but so do some ancient, polytheistic religions, at least in some forms. Not only has there been some resurgence in the interest and practice of pagan and polytheistic religions in modern times, but the Rigveda, a collection of hymns from this ancient period, eventually became one of the four sacred texts of Hinduism-one of the most populous and influential religions of the world today. Monotheism may have become predominant in much of the world, but ancient practices and beliefs live on in our culture and many others-in stories and myths as well as in practice and faith.



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Reasoning Ability Mastery | Logical Reasoning Course 2021
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 88 lectures (19h 56m) | Size: 6.21 GB

Learn all the concepts & tricks in easiest possible way.

What you'll learn:
Reasoning Ability for campus placement exams.
Reasoning concepts, tricks & smart approach to solve the questions faster.
Reasoning for MBA CET, SNAP, CMAT & different MBA entrance exams.
Reasoning for government recruitment exams, CSAT, IBPS etc

No requirement, anyone eager to learn will enjoy the course.

Reasoning Ability Mastery - Logical Reasoning course is designed with a weekly schedule plan, so , if you are self disciplined & motivated to learn, you will learn so many things in smartest & fastest possible way.

Just like Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning ability forms one important part of many entrance exams, and in fact if you practice properly, this section will give you more marks in the exam and can turn out to be a huge score booster.The course is surely going to be helpful for engineering students preparing for campus placement aptitude tests or for aptitude section of GATE or for students preparing for different exams like CSAT, MAH MBA CET, SNAP, NMAT etc.

The Course Language- The course is taught in the right mixture of English & Hindi to make concepts & tricks easy to understand & make students comfortable to learn all the topics. All PDF notes & questions are in English though.


Module 1. Blood Relations

Module 2. Direction Sense

Module 3. Coding - Decoding

Module 4. Number Series

Module 5. Symbols & Operations

Module 6. Puzzle - Comparison & Selection

Module 7. Puzzle - Seating Arrangement

Module 8. Syllogism

Module 9. Input - Output

Module 10. Data Sufficiency

Module 11. Clocks

Module 12. Calendars

Apart from above mentioned modules, additional content is updated from time to time.

Students doubts are welcome, and we try our level best to revert to your doubts and queries within 24 hours.

Who this course is for
Students preparing for Campus placement aptitude tests
Students preparing for different MBA entrance exams.
Students prearing for different governement recruitment exams like CSAT, IBPS etc




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Complete Cyber Security, Ethical Hacking - Nano Degree
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44100 Hz
Language: English | Size: 5.53 GB | Duration: 10h 10m

What you'll learn
Cyber security and its industrial practice
Ethical Hacking
Web Security
Network Security
Kali Linux & Metasploit
An open mind with computer and internet connection

*** This elaborated course on Udemy is the only one where you get to practice your skill on cybersecurity ***

Cybersecurity refers to the body of technologies, processes, and practices designed to protect networks, devices, programs, and data from attack, damage, or unauthorized access. Cybersecurity may also be referred to as information technology security.

Cybersecurity doesn't involve just businesses and the government. Your computer, tablet, and cellphone probably contain information that hackers and other criminals would love to have, like other people's email addresses, names, and birthdates. Suppose, for example, a hacker had access to your contact information. He could then send an email or text message to everyone you know, using your name, encouraging them to click on a link containing malware, like "Hey Jane, I thought you'd love this! Click here."

This course is designed in a way to give you an insight into all the aspects of cybersecurity and at the same time, we make sure that you get the hands-on experience. The course consists of Dark Web, Web Security, Cryptography, Network Security, Malware, Operating System Security, Social Engineering, Memory attacks, Zero-Day attacks. We will deal with the theory and will then move to the practical part.

The course will have some hacking challenges as assignments. Those will be unlocked over the period of the course. It is a self-paced course for you to take onto. But we recommend spending at least 6-8 hours per week on the course. You can always ask the questions in the forum and that will be answered by the experts. After every few weeks, there will be live QNA sections regarding the course which you can attend and ask any question that you have to the instructor.

Job scenarios in Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity is very obviously a job sector of the future. Official estimates put job growth in the sector at 37% per year at least through 2022 - and that is probably conservative. At the start of this year there were an estimated half million cybersecurity jobs unfilled in the U.S. alone.

Even entry-level pay is about $10,000 better than the national median salary, and those who reach the C suite are getting into the $500,000 range.

That's the good news. It's also the bad news, for society. Because the main reason it is a job of the future is because the cyber risks of a connected world keep expanding and getting more threatening.

It's now so last year - even last five years - to refer to the Internet of Things (IoT). It is now, or soon will be, the Internet of Everything (IoE). Encryption guru, author, blogger and CTO at IBM Resilient Bruce Schneier calls it Internet+ (short for Internet+Things+Us) in his most recent book, "Click Here to Kill Everybody."

It is a world where pretty much everything and everybody - individuals, companies, governments, critical infrastructure - are increasingly dependent on connected systems, networks, and devices.

Is the curriculum of the course fixed?

The course is updated based on the changing technology in that field. This makes sure that you keep your cybersecurity knowledge updated. Also every now and then all the students will participate in CTF competitions which are hacking competitions and the instructor will help in sharing the details about the challenges and how one should approach them.

The course is a nano degree for Cyber Security where the student will go through various challenges, assignments, quizzes.

Who this course is for:
Computer Science students
Anyone who is looking to start their carrier in cyber security
Anyone who wants to learn Ethical Hacking
Industrial Professionals who wants to learn and implement security models in their organization




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Complete Web Development 2021 From Absolute Basics
Genre: eLearning | MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 48.0 KHz
Language: English | Size: 6.70 GB | Duration: 12h 41m

Become full stack Web Developer and learn MODERN technologies like JavaScript ES2020, HTML, CSS & More!

What you'll learn
You will master both frontend and backend web development
You will learn the latest technologies such as JavaScript ES2020 and many more!
You will be able to create not only simple websites but also dynamic web applications
You will be able to deploy the created application online in the Heroku cloud
You will master VSCode - the most popular editor for developers
You will master communication with the modern MongoDB database
You will solve interesting tasks during the course - with my help if you need to
You will be able to secure web applications by logging in, authorizing access to a resource, hashing passwords and more.

Welcome to the new complete Full Stack Web Development course after which you will become a Web Developer - you will be able to create websites and dynamic web applications run in a web browser.

You don't need any prior programming knowledge. As an instructor, I will guide you through everything step by step and use my skills of good explaining and teaching to make you feel really comfortable.

What you will learn in the course:

HTML - the basic language for creating web pages

CSS - a language to give nice look and feel to web pages, such as colors

JavaScript - programming language to add interaction to the page and make it dynamic

Node.js, which is a fantastic technology for creating fully dynamic websites using JavaScript (one language for frontend and backend!)

Express Js - framework for Node.js

EJS - template language for HTML for applications based on Node.js

MongoDB - non-relational database for building dynamic web applications

Visual Studio Code editor (free)

In the course, you will create not only websites yourself, but also a dynamic web application

You will learn how to create a cloud application

And many others

After the premiere (May 2021), the course will be updated with new modules

The course starts with the absolute basics and gradually goes on using knowledge from previous lessons. In this course, you will also create several websites and web applications from scratch, from a blank file on your local computer, to filling it with code, to a working cloud application. You will be allowed to use the applications in your portfolio.

At the end, the highlight of the show - an application for self-writing in Node, Express, MongoDB, HTML, CSS and JavaScript. In addition to the knowledge already known, you will also learn about other issues such as securing the application against hacker attacks, not displaying online error messages, logging in, authorizing access to the resource, filtering out dangerous characters from the values entered by the user, encrypting passwords in the database, etc. The application will be used to ask questions and provide answers by logged in users. You will implement a session-based login system, registration system and more. You will write everything from A to Z, from a simple HTML and CSS website template to a dynamic application based on Node and MongoDB. Of course, there will be help if needed: tips and files for the lesson, as well as the entire application for download in a zip file.

After completing this course, you will fully understand Web Development and be able to fluently create web pages and dynamic web applications

This high-quality course is built so as not to waste your time as a student, so that you will feel the comfort of creating websites and web applications as soon as possible. The course is carefully planned and prepared. The course is mainly based on on-screen coding (except for the introductory lessons) showing practical examples with good clear explanations. Thanks to this, you will always have the fastest and deepest understanding of the issue. In many areas, especially in programming, practice is the most important. Hence, there are also many tasks for doing yourself - help is also available when needed.

I encourage you to enroll in this great course if you want to start your career as a Web Developer. I am absolutely sure that you will be very satisfied after completing this course. Even if you hesitate, remember that on Udemy, you are guaranteed a 30-day money-back upon request without any questions. Therefore, you do not risk completing anything and you have a lot to gain. So click the course enrollment button and start your Web Development journey now!

Who this course is for:
People who want to learn how to create websites
People who want to learn how to create cloud-based web applications
People who want to work as a Web Developer




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Ethical Hacking Bootcamp 2021: Complete Hands-on
Genre: eLearning | MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 10.0 GB | Duration: 14h 18m

Learn from a Security Professional on how to become a focused and paid Ethical Hacker.

What you'll learn
How to become an Ethical Hacker
What are the phases in Ethical Hacking
Why to choose career in Ethical Hacking
How to launch attacks/exploits against Windows 10
How to bypass Anti-viruses
Fundamentals of Linux structure and Commands
Hacking a Web site with SQL Injection attack
Hacking Linkedin accounts using XSS attack
How to bypass user/password on a website
Fundamentals of Vulnerability
Web Application Security testing with Nessus tool
Information Gathering with Nmap tool
Finding Hacked email accounts with Recon-ng
Myths and Facts about Ethical Hackers
Life of an Ethical Hacker
How to start career in Bug Bounty
How to start career as Penetration Tester

Welcome to - Ethical Hacking Bootcamp 2021: Complete Hands-on

This course is developed to share real-world cybersecurity challenges and their solutions with a comprehensive approach from no-prior knowledge to advance level. With this course, you'll not just get the information about fundamentals, technologies, tools, process but also get to know real-world use cases.

There is never been a better than today to kickstart your career in Ethical Hacking, Penetration Testing and Cybersecurity. In order to developed an outcome-driven course module, we have used two approach: Bottom-up Approach and Project-based Approach.

Bottom-Up Approach: With this approach, we've broken down each complex topics and delivering into simplified way such as before getting started with Ethical Hacking we'll go through Linux and Networking fundamentals.

Project-Based Approach: With this approach, we've used real-world example and use cases to understand complex topics such as Understanding Vulnerabilities with real-world Mobile application, understanding web application threats using Linkedin Account hacking etc.

The course covers 12 main areas:


This fundamental section explain you with Ethical hacking concepts, networking, Linux and Lab Setup.

INTRODUCTION TO ETHICAL HACKING: In this section, you'll learn about what is ethical hacking, why to learn ethical hacking, what its like to be hacked and some core concepts.

INTRODUCTION TO HACKING LAB: In this section, you'll learn to build your hacking lab with VMware, Virtualbox, Kali Linux.

LINUX BASICS: In this, you'll learn fundamentals of Linux and important commands.


This section explains you with Information gathering stage for Hacking Windows 10 system.

You'll learn about Windows 10 and Malwares.

You'll understand threats in Windows 10.

You'll learn the concepts of Backdoor.

You'll study stages in Ethical Hacking.


This section is about gaining access to Windows 10 thorough payload development and penetration testing tools.

You'll learn about Metasploit framework in detail, creating database in MSF.

You'll learn the difference between Bind Shell and Reverse Shell.

You'll learn to build payload using MSFVENOM.

You'll learn about Veil Evasion to bypass Antiviruses.


This section will take you through post-exploitation activities.

You'll learn to Interact with Target Windows 10.

You'll lean how to clear tracks after the successful compromise.


This section explains about some popular myths and facts about Ethical Hacking.

Myth:1 Bad Hackers are Most-Skilled and Smart!

Myth:2 Hackers are illegal person

Myth:3 All the attacks are launched from China and Russia!

Fact 1: You dont need degree to become an Ethical Hacker!

Fact 2: You dont need spend huge on certifications!

Fact 3: There is no perfect age to start your career in Ethical Hacking!


This section is about Web application introduction and application security testing practises.

How Secure are Web Application Applications?

You'll learn about HTTP and HTTPS.

OWASP Testing Practices


This section teach you the very first stage in hacking web applications.

You'll learn the Blocks of Information Gathering.

You'll learn about Vulnerabilities in detail.

You'll do hands-on with Nessus Scanner

You'll do hands-on with OpenVAS Scanner

You'll hands-on with Nmap Scanner

You'll learn using Recon-ng


This section covers one of the very critical web application attack i.e. SQL Injection attack.

You'll learn fundamentals of SQL Injection attack.

You'll do hands-on in setting up MySQL database from scratch.

You'll lean how SQL Query works.

You'll learn to hack a web application using SQL Injection.

You'll learn about Burp-Suite.

You'll do hand-on with Burp-Suite to hacking target web application.


This section explains about Cross-site scripting attack in detail.

You'll understand the working of JavaScript, Same-Origin Policy.

You'll learn what is Cross-site scripting and how it works.

You'll learn about Reflected cross-site scripting attack.

You'll do hands-on with reflected XSS attack and compromise user's Linkedin credentials.

You'll learn about Browser Exploitation Framework(BeEF).

You'll learn about Stored Cross-site scripting attack.

You'll do hands-on attack with Stored Cross-site scripting technique.


In this section, I'll teach on how to take your next step in the ethical hacking career.

You first to prepare your mind for this career.

You'll then learn about career opportunities after learning this course.

You'll learn about Penetration Tester profile and job requirements.


In this section, you'll learn about Dark Web, Tor browser and accessing dark web.

You'll learn Risk and Anonymity.

You'll lean about Dark Web.

You'll do hands-on with Proxychains.

You'll learn to access Dark Web.

12. Hacking IoT devices

In this section, you'll learn to hacking IoT devices such as IP Cameras

You'll learn about Shodan.

You'll do hands-on with Shodan to access IP Cameras.

You'll learn about Censys tool and hands-on with it.




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Learn Python 3 - Concepts and Fundamentals Demystified
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + srt | Duration: 132 lectures (27h 17m) | Size: 9.6 GB

A Visual and Hands-On Approach with Chris

What you'll learn:
Learn how to program in Python 3 whether you have ZERO experience or some experience, you will learn how to program.
Concepts are presented visually, with in-depth fully explained code examples, and hands-on programming exercises.
Learn important topics such as: Variables, Data Types, Input, Output, Lists, Dictionaries, Flow Control, Loops, and much more!
Detailed Jupyter Notebooks, Practice programs with Solution Explanations, and downloadable course notes included!
Python code is taught and explained along with detailed concepts to help you build the foundation you need to succeed!
I will teach you the concepts and fundamentals to grow and learn more advanced programming.

A working computer, internet connection, and permissions to install software.
Complete beginner or some code experience, everything is taught in detail, every line of code is explained!
This course is detailed and provides information in-depth for each line of code. I focus on the teaching aspect,, to allow you to learn Python 3.

Welcome! My name is Chris and I am here to teach you Python version 3 and the important key concepts and fundamentals with a visual and hands-on approach.

Are you new to programming? Are you having difficulty understanding the concepts? Have you taken courses and feel you still do not understand how to program? I am here to teach you that you CAN learn how to program!

My course was created for you!

This course will provide you with:

Detailed explanations, with a unique approach that first, provides you with the concepts of the code that provide the "Why and How"

Next, I will walk you through Code Examples each and every portion of the code so that you fully understand!

PDF and Jupyter Notebooks with Python Language details for quick, yet detailed review and reference

Hands-On Exercises designed to TEACH you Python 3!

Full Review of each and every exercise problem with in-depth explanations!

If you want to learn Python, or have tried to learn Python and walked away from courses without truly understanding the key concepts and fundamentals, this is the course for you! Whether you are new to programming or a professional interested in adding a new skill to your resume, success is dependent on having a solid foundation and understanding. This course is focused on providing you with a firm grasp and understanding by providing in-depth detail and "teaching" you the how and why of Python code!

As an IT professional, I have over 20 years of experience developing courses and teaching all ranges of students from entry-level, senior, and executives. I hold a B.S. Degree in Data Management and Data Analytics along with multiple professional certifications including the CISSP, Network + Ce, Project +, Microsoft Certified, Certified Data Analyst, and am also a certified forensics analyst. I have taken my years of professional experience and have created a course to teach you the necessary fundamentals, which will allow you to learn Python 3 and succeed as you advance your learning. The key to success is having a solid foundation upon which to build on. This course will provide you with that foundation!

My course will teach you the key concepts and fundamentals of Python 3 which are critical to being successful with your career, advanced courses, and other programming languages. This course is perfect for beginners and even experienced programmers who may want to dive into concepts used when creating programs.

My approach focuses on going step-by-step into the fundamental concepts, so that you gain a solid foundation and understanding, which is important as you progress in Python and other languages. I do not simply show you code, I provide detailed explanations to TEACH you how to code.

I have carefully developed this course to engage and help anyone who is new to programming or has struggled with understanding programming concepts. In addition, this course is perfect for anyone who wants reference material or a refresher.

My teaching style breaks down complex concepts into understandable chunks.

This is important as simply walking you through code may seem easy however, once you are coding on your own, a solid understanding of the concepts, are critical to being able to progress into more advanced coding concepts and topics on your own.

In order to learn how to code, you need to code! In this course, you will learn Python by detailed explanations and hands-on exercises!

How will I TEACH you Python 3?

I breakdown and explain concepts visually then, step you through code examples, and provide you with practice programs where you get to learn hands-on by writing programs. This will allow you to learn by relating to the material, technical terms, and concepts needed to advance.

This course is written in Python version 3.9 and will work with any Python 3 version.

I use detailed Jupyter notebooks to guide you through learning Python 3. Note: The Python 3 code will work in a Jupyter notebook or the editor of your choice.

If you have taken courses yet, feel that you still do not have an understanding of the core concepts, or how they come together, you found the right course! Along with the course information, I will also provide you with material and tips on how to remember the necessary syntax and structure.

The key to success with learning Python 3 or any language is to "write code" and work along as you learn the material, I will provide step-by-step instructions so you can understand and succeed. This course will not only provide you with the core fundamentals of Python 3, but it will also teach you the key programming concepts which will help you with more advanced Python and an understanding of how to learn other languages.

In the current IT environment, programming is an essential skill that will benefit all IT professionals. Whether your goal is to learn how to program or become a Data Scientist, Data Analyst, or Software Developer, you will want to learn the fundamentals of Python 3 as it is one of the most popular languages and is supported by the fastest-growing communities.

Why learn Python?

Every language is designed with a purpose, Python was designed to be understandable and flexible. Python is a high-level language with a growing community which develop libraries, modules, and frameworks. Many of the largest companies utilize Python as development is fast and efficient.

Python is a popular language in Machine Learning, Data Science, Artificial Intelligence, Data Analytics, Web Development, and many others.

If you are new to programming, it is important to understand the fundamentals, Python is a great first language since the syntax is friendly so, this allows the student to focus on learning the fundamentals without having to learn complex syntax. Learning Python and the concepts will allow a student to learn other languages faster as the concepts between programming languages are often similar.

Learning Python is a skill which is in demand and can help your career goals or, further enhance your resume as programming is a very helpful skill no matter the field.

In this course, you will learn the following concepts and more along with detail within each with examples and practice material:






Type Casting




String Operations

Working with Files

Output Operations

Advanced Print Operations

if, elif, and else Statements

Flow Control

Math Operators

Logical Operators

For Loops

While Loops

Data Types


List Operations with Split and Join





Functions and Arguments

Global and Local variables

Python Modules

Introduction to Python Pandas

Introduction to Data Analysis

Introduction to Data Visualization with Matplotlib

Introduction to Seaborn Data Visualization


How to work with Errors

Writing Clean Code

Summary and Recommendations

In addition to all of the important topics, I will provide insights into how these topics lead into the more advanced areas of Python without overwhelming you. I hope you enjoy my course. Be sure to look out for more courses in the future! Now, let's learn the concepts and code!

Who this course is for
This course is suitable for both technical, non-technical audiences, or anyone who would like a Python 3 refresher. Students may benefit as the concepts will be broken down and clearly explained. This course is also a great resource to use for review or reference in the future.
This course is important for students who are pursing a career in data science, data analytics, software development, or want to learn the fundamentals of programming.
NO experience is needed and for those with some experience, the concepts and in-depth explanations will provide deep insight into the Python code.
If you want to learn Python 3 and understand key programming concepts, this course will provide you with a foundation which will allow you to grow!




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The Complete Mainframe Professional Course - 4 Courses in 1
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44100 Hz
Language: English | Size: 10.5 GB | Duration: 19h 36m

What you'll learn
You will learn to code COBOL programs
You will learn to code COBOL - CICS programs
You will master TSO and ISPF Commands on Mainframe computer that will help you in your day to day work and projects
You will learn how to code JOB CONTROL LANGUAGE programs
You will learn all the major ISPF commands and understand ISPF operations
Advanced TSO/ISPF commands are covered as well
You will learn all major VSAM topics such as creation of KSDS, RRDS, ESDS, LDS, Alternate index, REPRO etc
You will learn how to create datasets on a Mainframe and perform operations on them
You will be able to Install your own Mainframe Operating system emulator on your Personal Computer
You will also learn how to connect to a Mainframe
Learn about IBM Master the Mainframe Contest
You will learn what a Mainframe is
Mainframe Manufacturers in the world today
The History of IBM Mainframes
Operating Systems used on Mainframe computers
Identify the various Mainframe Technologies.
Programming Languages used on Mainframes today
Different types of Processing done on a Mainframe
Learn about Industries where Mainframes are used
This will build a base to learn further about Application programming on Mainframes

For completing VSAM, ISPF and CICS project, access to a z/OS mainframe is required.
For other modules, access to a mainframe will be beneficial but is not necessary.
No previous experience in mainframe required.

Welcome to the most detailed and elaborate course about Mainframe on the whole internet. The course offers exclusive content about Mainframe in movies and other media.

The course has been BESTSELLER since its launch in January 2017. It is the top reviewed and most sought after course about Mainframe on Udemy. I made this course exclusively for UDEMY. You will not find content like this on the internet.

**********You will also see in this course the Movie and TV scenes which reference to Mainframes*****************

THOR Ragnarok, IRON MAN, AVENGERS, AVENGERS age of ultron, TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES, RESIDENT EVIL, MAD MEN, THE OC, Disney, Halt and catch fire and many more.........


This course also includes some amazing facts about Mainframes like: FIFA world cup brazil used Mainframes to detect whether a goal has been scored or not, and the most recent New Jersey Unemployment department needs COBOL programmers during COVID-19 corona crisis.


About Me:

I am the original creator of the Mainframe courses on Udemy. I have been creating content since January 2017. After seeing my success many other instructors and Training institutes have started their own courses. Most of these are training institutes who just launch courses to earn more and more money.

I am NOT a Training institute. I am an instructor on Udemy. Training institutes just launch many courses under many different topics to earn more and more money. They also have physical training institutes where they teach. They then create content and launch on Udemy to earn extra income.

I do not do this. I only create content related to Mainframes and Electronics. I create content exclusively for my website and Udemy.

You can go to my YouTube channel and you will find free content and courses worth of many hours related to Mainframes.

I had 3 courses in 2017


2. JCL


I had announced that i will release 3 more courses soon


2. DB2 SQL


Other instructors started releasing courses under the same title like mine. They added few extra information to make their courses look better.

I am the first guy who told how to install MVS Turnkey system on your own PC on my Udemy course. No Udemy course before that had that information. After i uploaded my lecture other instructors also uploaded similar lectures. I was the first instructor who taught ADCD installation on your own PC. After i taught that topic, other instructors also started uploading similar lectures in their course. I removed that video since an IBM employee asked to remove that lecture. But other instructors still has that illegal content on their courses. You can see that for yourself.

I have 8 years of experience in Mainframes. I was also the community partner for IBM Z day which was organized by IBM on Nov 21. More than 300 students from this course joined that event. You can search for IBM Z day and on the landing page of the event you will find "Mainframe Nation", that is me.

So be rest assured that you are learning from an authentic Udemy Instructor and not from a Training institute.


This course is a collection of 4 courses.

It covers TSO/ISPF commands in detail. The ISPF commands taught in the course are exhaustive.

After TSO/ISPF it covers Job Control Language basics.

It then teaches COBOL basics.

VSAM is covered in detail.

CICS along with 2 projects is explained in the ending of the course.

After this course you will have a full overview of the Mainframe environment.

The course also covers Master the Mainframe Contest details. The contest ended on Dec 31, 2019. But you can still complete the contest and earn IBM badges.

Monthly updates: I provide monthly updates to the course. I keep adding new content to the course, so you can keep learning new things about Mainframes.

All this comes with 30-day money back guarantee.

Heard about Mainframe but not sure how to get started? This course will teach you what you want to know. This is the first step for anyone who wants to learn about Mainframes so you can start a new career as a Mainframe Professional.

This Course is DIRECT and TO THE POINT.

Over 18 hours of video content and 200+ lectures.

5 COBOL Assignments, 2 Mini projects in CICS and a Practice test.

Get all the presentations in the course, so you don't have to take notes while watching the lectures.

I also UPDATE this course periodically to include even more Videos. New Resources and Articles are also added.

Join Over 6,200+ Students Who Have Enrolled in this Udemy Course.

If you ever have any questions please feel free to message me directly and i will do my best to get back to you as soon as possible!


Build a foundation in Mainframe with this tutorial.

You will Learn:

What a Mainframe Computer is.

The various Technologies and Terminologies associated with Mainframes.

Running TSO/ISPF Commands on a Mainframe

Creating datasets and performing operations on them

Identify the different programming languages and Operating systems used on mainframe

ISPF commands

TSO commands

JCL in detail

VSAM in detail

Basics of CICS

Basics of COBOL

and much much more......

Mainframe is extensively used in large corporations which deal with huge amount of data every day. Over 70% of the global Fortune 500 companies use Mainframe to run their business for everything from cloud to mobile to big data and analytics. Now, there are 1.1 million customer transactions per second on Mainframes compared with just 40,000 searches on Google per second. IBM is the leading manufacturer of the Mainframe Systems.

Content and Overview Through this course of over 18 hours of content, you'll learn about the Mainframes and establish an understanding of the mainframe system.

Starting with an overview of the Mainframes, this course will take you through the types of datasets, Operating systems and data processing used on mainframes.

With these basics mastered, the course will take you through TSO commands, will introduce you to ISPF commands, allocation of datasets and then the different operations you can perform on the datasets.

It will then cover JCL, VSAM, COBOL and CICS.

Upon completion you will be literate in Mainframe terminology, understand how datasets are created, and how you can use commands to operate on the data in these datasets. You will gain enough knowledge to self learn further Mainframe topics such as CICS.

Who this course is for:
If you want to learn COBOL programming, then this course is for you
If you want to learn JCL, then this course is for you
If you want to master TSO/ISPF, then take this course. I explain all the advanced commands as well
If you want to master VSAM then this course is for you
Anyone who wants to learn about Mainframes can take this course
Anyone who wants to start a career in Mainframes but dont know where to start, can take this course
IT professionals looking for a switch in their careers, can explore Mainframes using this course
Mainframe Professionals who want to brush up their knowledge about mainframes can take this course




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WebRTC 2021 Practical Course. Create Video Chat Application
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + srt | Duration: 76 lectures (8h 13m) | Size:5.08 GB

Learn WebRTC by creating Meet the Strangers app (Omegle clone with direct calls possibility) with vanilla JavaScript

What you'll learn:
Working with media streams
Creating peer to peer connection
Create socketIO server
Creating video chat application
Real-time communication
Working with JavaScript and html to manage UI
Video Chat
WebRTC implementation
Build front-end with vanilla JavaScript
WebRTC data channels
Stream recording

Basic JavaScript knowledge

Learn WebRTC by creating project with vanilla JavaScript. Only basic JavaScript knowledge is required. We will go through all of the steps to create application with direct calls where you can establish connection between two users by passing his personal code or you can just connect with the stranger like in omegle or talkwithstranger web apps. We will write own WebRTC implementation to show how easily you can develop WebRTC application. We will not use any framework for our front-end so you do not need to have any experience with frameworks(React, Vue.js, Angular). We will use also Socket.IO as our signaling server for our application. After this course you will be able to create own application which will be using WebRTC. It does not matter if that will be the realtime communication game or video chat. You will know the process how to establish connection between two peers.

In our application we will use:






Vanilla JavaScript to create front-end of our application

We will focus on things related with WebRTC. Also you will get a knowledge how you can use Socket.IO as your websocket server.

App creating proccess:

Prepare environment

Build frontend of our application with vanilla JavaScript

Connect with Socket.IO

Add our own WebRTC implementation for calls

Add WebRTC data channels for chat functionality

Add recording possibility

Add possibility to connect with the strangers

I hope you will enjoy the course and after finishing it you will feel confident to start preparing and adjusting your own WebRTC implementation.

Who this course is for
Students and programmers who want to learn WebRTC by creating an application



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