Learn about the methods that hackers use to compromise computer systems so you can protect yourself and others.
There are two types of hackers: Black hats and White hats. Black hats are cyber criminals who break into computer systems for financial gain. White hacks are the good guys, the hackers who use their knowledge to make sure computer systems are secure.
In this course we’re going to learn about security and the different methods used by hackers. This will give us the knowledge and skills to protect ourselves better on the internet.
Linux is the operating system of choice for most hackers and a lot of tech professionals.We’re going to install it on our machines and learn the basics of Linux and the terminal. A great thing about Linux is that it’s like an open playground. Which in a case of an Operating System means that with enough of determination you can make an OS of your own.
Here’s a “fun” fact for you: whenever you’re connected to a public wi-fi (like the one at your favourite coffee shop), your device instantly becomes a target of a Black hat hacker. He can easily reach into you digital pocket and take out almost anything. Anything you’re typing that is. So all those private massages, your credit card info, your usernames or passwords.
We’ll be learning about that and much more. We’ll talk about different threats and dangers in a network. And we’re going to discuss passwords, trojans, backdoors, viruses, worms and DDoS attacks.
We'll be using the popular programming language Python in this course. We'll use Python to write our own small projects.
“With great power comes great responsibility” is what Uncle Ben told Peter Parker. That is especially true in this case. We are going to make a promise to ourselves and the restof the class that we will only use our knowledge of hacking for good. We’ll also discuss how you can make a career out of hacking which is completely legal.
We have an After Class Activity option available for this age group.
While your kid has a summer vacation you most likely still have to be at work, so picking up your kid at 12:00 might not be that easy. By choosing this option you can pick your kid up as late as 16:00 instead, for only 1000 kr more.
In the 21 century you need to know not only how to safely cross the road or that you shouldn’t talk to strangers. You need to learn how to keep yourself safe in the online world.
The big presentation awaits us on Friday so we’ll put some time into learning some presentation tricks and making it exciting for our guests.
After learning so many new things and working for several hours we deserve to have some fun. We’ll finish the day with a Nintendo Switch and a game tournament!
I started building my own games and websites when I was 10 years old and sold my first website at 14 years old.
I have a passion for education and learning and I spend my days working on how to make it easy, fun and engaging to learn new things.
I have taught hundreds of kids how to build their own games and websites.
My greatest interests are education and learning and I spend a major part of my time coming up with new and exciting ways for students to acquire knowledge and understand things deeply.
Many a child, and teenagers alike, have been educated in the craft of game development under the reign of my might!
"One thing I REEAALLYYYYY enjoy is that I can now try to code on my own, the teachers were VEEEEEEERYYYYY clear. I think I now may make my Videogame Of Dreams!"
"I've only been to a few programming courses before this one and they were all mediocre, but this one was well planned, had good teachers and was a very positive experience."
9 - 11
Oslo International School
Gamle Ringeriksvei 53, 1357 Bekkestua
House of Nerds
Lørenveien 38, 0585 Oslo
9:00 - 12:00
Monday - Friday
3 hours a day
15 hours total
If the classes clash with your work schedule, we can keep your kids busy.
An additional 1000 nok
All week 12:00 - 16:00