The White Circle is a free Discord server for white, black, and grey hat hackers to discuss all things programming and cybersecurity.

You can join the Discord server for free and no matter what your level of experience is. There are plenty of students inside the server, who use the community to ask questions and request feedback and advice on their projects. There are also lots of professionals with years of experience who share knowledge with others.

Inside the server, members discuss general programming and cybersecurity topics. It's the ideal place if you want to meet like-minded hackers and also learn more about your craft. You can even utilize the community to practice and hone your skills. Many members organize CFT challenges, and there are also channels to discuss practice on Hack The Box or Try Hack Me.

Furthermore, you can explore #resources to find helpful links that members share every day. The community's website also has a resources section with recommended articles, YouTube channels, courses, cheat sheets and tools. It also includes programming resources and vulnerabilities guides.

Additionally, the #events channel features invitations to third-party events relevant to hackers that can also expand your knowledge. On the other hand, you can find new career opportunities on the #opportunities channel or use the #self-promote channel to share your work.

Lastly, don't forget to check out the off-topic section. Inside, members casually interact with each other and make new friends with similar interests. There are channels to discuss random things such as blockchain, gaming, music, and sharing memes.

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  • Membership: Free Community
  • Year Founded: 2020
  • Founders:

    Lohitya Pushkar

  • Amount of members: 2,200
  • Online Group: Yes
  • Job board: Yes
  • Language: English
  • Method: Virtual


Connect with like-minded hackers:
By joining The White Circle, you will be able to connect and interact with other white, black, and grey hat hackers worldwide. It's a great community to expand your professional network and even make some new friends.

Learn cybersecurity:
This community fosters many lively, engaging discussions on general programming and cybersecurity. Additionally, you will find many resources and useful information to sharpen your skills as a hacker.

Practice and hone your skills:
Inside The White Circle, many members organize CFT challenges for you to practice. Moreover, there is a specific "Practice" section where you can join other members who practice on Hack The Box or Try Hack Me.



No requirements.


Learning Events

Members of the community organize their own CFT challenges, which you can find in the #cft-challenges channel. They usually consist of developing a project with a set of predefined guidelines. In the #cft-scoreboard channel, you can see which members perform better on these events. Besides CFTs, which are great for practicing, the community has other learning events for you to hone your skills.

This practice section includes three channels: #cft-discussion, #hack-the-box, and #try-hack-me. The latest two channels contain discussions on the Hack The Box and the Try Hack Me websites, where you can get some cybersecurity practice. Lastly, the #events channel has invitations for third-party events relevant to hackers.

Networking Events

The White Circle Discord server is a place where hackers worldwide can join to discuss general cybersecurity topics. With channels such as #programming, #learners, #linux, and #tools-testing, you can expand your knowledge of cybersecurity and become a better developer. Additionally, the server includes an off-topic section to casually interact with others and make new friends with similar interests. This section contains channels for discussing things like blockchain, gaming, music, and sharing memes.

Content Library

The White Circle's Discord server has a #resources channel where members are constantly sharing useful information with hackers. For example, you can find things like Github repositories, videos, guides, tutorials, and even recommended courses. Additionally, the community's website has its own resources section. It includes articles, YouTube channels, cheatsheets, courses, CTF events, programming resources, tools, and vulnerabilities guides.


Although the community doesn't offer any courses, you can find recommended courses on the website, inside the resources section. The Discord server also includes courses that members recommend to other hackers who are learning cybersecurity.

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