New to Infosec?

When I first started looking into InfoSec the biggest problem was where to start. Some things related to work was ok, but where and what for the rest?

There are some much information around; Courses, youtube, podcasts, blogs etc.
In this post I’ll create and maintain a list of what I read, watch and listen to.

SANSA daily short podcast.
I always try to listen to this before work.
Is also available on Apple Podcasts etc.
twit.tvWeekly Podcast about everything happening in the infosec world. Some great episodes and some not so great.
Is also available on Apple Podcasts etc.
Marcus Hutchins
He has some great content on different platformsYoutube
John HammondYouTube videos on a lot of different topics. He has some great walkthroughs on CTFs.Youtube
Bleeping ComputerA great source of
Hack the BoxCTF. I have a subscription here to get the webbased Parrot OS unlimited
PicoCTFCTF. This is for all ages, fun but
Try Hack MeCTF. Have some great learning

If you have any recommendations for me to put in the list please comment below.


I’ve always played video games. Still remember our Amiga, Settlers, winter games etc. After that we have always had a PC, bought my first one when I was around 14 and I’ve had a few consoles trough the years.

Well gamers often have a main game, and mine have been PUBG the last couple of years. Fps that’s not too fast ( I’m to old for the fastest ones). I play with some cool people, and this year is our 3rd og 4th time playing in Telialigaen. This is the official esport league in Norway.

The teamname is God Kok, and our main goal is having fun. We play in the 3rd division (last on), but there’s no embarrassment in that.

A couple of months every spring and autumn we play for the glory of not being last. The caster this year is vietkhjema

Junkyard Digs and more

I guess I’m not the only one that uses YouTube as one of the main entertainment sources. You start with a video and end up a few hours later watching something completely different.
Well down one of these rabbit holes I ended up watching some revival of cars. Mostly older American cars, and with hosts that had a great sense of humor and at the same time would teach you something…

If I find more people as good as these, I’ll add them to the list.