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Hi,

i post here to discuss, i nearly finish to learn all i need for the python language.

and then I'm asking for an advice on witch language that a have to learn next.

I'm actually hesitating between the PHP/SQL one , or the C ?

so I'm asking you for some help or new propositions ( like the VB.net, Rust, GO, or other...) to choose the best one (for the pentesting purpose)

thanks you in advance :classic_biggrin:

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I think the most important is to know what you want to do with this next language, PHP, Javascript, SQL is good for the web, after you can very well continue on perl or ruby for the pentest

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6 minutes ago, AdminSec said:

I think the most important is to know what you want to do with this next language, PHP, Javascript, SQL is good for the web, after you can very well continue on perl or ruby for the pentest

yes that's true, but what the most efficiency, i mean that between the web specialty and the system specialty witch one offer most possibility in the pentesting world (after yes i will learn the twice :classic_biggrin:)

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you need all for pentest if you really want to know all

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but i can't learn all at the same time, i have to "begin" by something

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Hard choices imo. Depends on what kind of target you want to pentest.

I would definitely recommend that you give asm/c at least a try. This is basics, handy for all kind of low-level stuff, lot of software/tools/exploits are written in C.

In a cybersecurity point of vue, I would also recommend rust lang but it's a very strict language, it might be a pain for you coming from python world.

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OK then I think I'm gonna begin C language then I'll go to the rust language, thanks for you advise ^^

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you're welcome mate

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