Ethical hacking has been more of a hobby of mine for a while, but I'm finding it more and more interesting lately. My current position in my company is more of a system administrator role than a security role, but thankfully I am allowed some liberty on projects I want to do. In the future I would like to do some projects with security emphasis, but I haven't decided what yet or what would best support the company.
Anyway, since I am still learning the ins and outs of ethical hacking, I will try to post what I am learning at the moment for other newbies out there.
Remember: Hacking is not a right, it is a privilege. Ethical hacking is using your fu to HELP and not HURT. Use the information I provide with care, and only for good