Hello all,newbie here trying to get into bug bounties for the past month or so ( actually attempted it last year too but life happened )
So I started by learning to code, mainly the beginner courses on codecademy for HTML,CSS and JS. I am also fairly decent at Python because I studied it in uni and I think that with a bit of practice ,since I’m very rusty,I should be fairly decent again (nothing advanced though) . I also did a course a 25-hour networking at coursera ( mainly because i find it really interesting). My plan next is to do the free course by The Cyber Mentor,for which I have heard great things and then read Web Hacking 101.So my questions are:
.Should I spend more time on learning how to program or am I at a good enough level to get me started?
.Should I delve into more advanced topics in networking or is the fairly basic course enough?
.How does continuing with the course from CyberMentor and the Web-Hacking 101 sound? Are they too easy or difficult for my level? Should I pick up another resource better suited to my skills and needs?
Of course I understand that there is not ‘‘right path’’ to becoming a bug bounty hunter but someties it gets rather harder knowing when to stop focusing on a subject and shifting your attention to another.
Thank you all in advance!