Yesterday I was working at GeekU on my malware removal course when one of my instructors mentioned a website that has a lot of missions that will learn you how to think like a hacker thinks by completing little exercises in the form of missions.
You'll first need to register at EnigmaGroup
and then you can get to the missions my clicking on the "missions" tab on top of the homepage.
As said in the title, it's for tech savvy people, as at least the basics are entirely built on exploiting flaws in codes, URL's and site structures.
An example is the first mission. Here's a screenshot;
I'm not going to give the answer, but a hint: Hypertext markup language holds the password
The second mission is a tad harder;
My hint here is: The child doesn't work, so look for the parent
For each exercise (or mission) you complete, you get points. Completing the first mission will give you ten points.
To put that into perspective, the leader in the Hall of Fame currently holds nearly 30.000 points.
I started yesterday and after spending about two hours there I already passed all starting exercises, the first five Java exploit exercises and about four of the logical thinking exercises. My point total right now is 290 points.