There is lot of good youtube channels and websites. When people hear the term hacker and they automatically imagine some nerd in a basement. Hacking is a viable IT source. Pentesting networks to see the faults in security. Would you know, Ironically the government and forensics use the same techniques. Heres a list of a few I like to watch and I been in IT for 20+ years.
itfreetraining some really good IT technical training.
Eli the computer guy Again some really good in depth training real world IT talks and discussions.
Hak5 They do a lot of hands on pentesting, hacking, networking, real world linux instructables, security, setting up servers ssh, openvpn's etc. Don't let the name scare ya.
Tekzilla Everything IT answer real world questions from viewers like Hak5.
Rob Fuller Mubix Exploits, pentesting, lots of how to instructional tutorials.
Some cool links that are related...
Defcon https://www.defcon.org/ Hackign news, resources, education, involvement, forums, Defcon conference with hackers around the world get together.
Hackaday http://hackaday.com/ A lot of cool hardware hacks etc.
Edited by technonymous, 24 April 2014 - 03:23 AM.