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title: finished 'pre security' learning path on tryhackme
date: 2022-05-04T05:36:16+07:00
author: sroemer
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- cyber-security
- tryhackme
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After joining the TryHackMe platform I just finished a first learning path ('Pre Security').
Contents:
This learning path will teach you the pre-requisite technical knowledge to get started in cyber security.
To attack or defend any technology, you have to first learn how this technology works.
The Pre-Security learning path is a beginner friendly and fun way to learn the basics. Your cyber security learning journey starts here!
* Cyber Security Introduction
Understand why learning the technical fundamentals is important to succeed in your cyber security learning journey.
* Network Fundamentals
Learn the core concepts of how computers communicate with each other and types of network weaknesses.
* How The Web Works
To become a better hacker it's vital to understand the underlying functions of the world wide web and what makes it work.
* Linux Fundamentals
Many servers and security tools use Linux. Learn how to use the Linux operating system, a critical skill in cyber security.
* Windows Fundamentals
Get hands-on access to Windows and it's security controls. These basics will help you in identifying, exploiting and defending Windows.
{{< image src="/img/posts/2022/05/2022-05-04_thm_cert_pre_security.png" alt="pre security certificate" position="center" >}}

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title: finished linux foundation training lfd103
date: 2023-06-13T23:42:00+07:00
author: sroemer
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- linux
- development
- lfx-training
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Just recently I stumbled over the Linux Foundation's [LFX Training Portal](https://lfx.linuxfoundation.org/tools/training-portal).
It provides lots of interesting training and certification programs with some even being available for free.
I now just finished 'A Beginner's Guide to Linux Kernel Development (LFD103)':
Earners of the LFD103: A Beginner's Guide to Linux Kernel Development badge understand the basics of the Linux kernel development
process and can configure the development system. They understand the basics of git, as well as the explicit and implicit rules of
the Linux kernel community. They can also build a kernel, install it, write kernel patches and test them. They know how to send
patches and who to send them to, as well as how to re-work patches by incorporating feedback from reviewers.
{{< image src="/img/posts/2023/06/2023-06-13_lfx_cert_lfd103.png" alt="lfx certificate lfd103" position="center" >}}

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