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Posted on 27-08-07 00:11
I don't understand why people have problems with others who just want to learn. Weren't you once clueless? I could understand if a noob wanted everyone to hack for him, but no. He is only asking for info. I'm not an expert, nor do I really consider myself a hacker, but I know enough to help people if I could. Maybe some people on this website should consider that, rather than flame anyone who was once like them.
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Posted on 27-08-07 00:14
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I don't understand why people have problems with others who just want to learn. Weren't you once clueless? I could understand if a noob wanted everyone to hack for him, but no. He is only asking for info. I'm not an expert, nor do I really consider myself a hacker, but I know enough to help people if I could. Maybe some people on this website should consider that, rather than flame anyone who was once like them.


I'm with you on this

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Posted on 27-08-07 00:20
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I don't understand why people have problems with others who just want to learn. Weren't you once clueless? I could understand if a noob wanted everyone to hack for him, but no. He is only asking for info. I'm not an expert, nor do I really consider myself a hacker, but I know enough to help people if I could. Maybe some people on this website should consider that, rather than flame anyone who was once like them.


They need to learn how to learn independently. Meta-learning, if you will.
Would your physics professor hold your hand through all of the concepts in your course?

No, he would give you a general understanding of what the topic is and then give you resources the further research it yourself.

In this world, the so-called "hacking underground", it works the same way. Knowledge is free, as it should be, but you need to know where to obtain it. 99% of the time, it's common sense. E.g: the library, zine archives, popular knowledge bases, security websites, etc. Therefore, asking to be directly linked to information on a particular topic IS NOT ACCEPTABLE.

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Posted on 27-08-07 00:51
I agree with you, but would you agree that the best way to learn is from a teacher or someone with experience? I am sure he is reading everything he can, but sometimes the best lessons taught are by those who wrote the articles or whom have been there and done that.


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Posted on 27-08-07 08:45
People digress so much on HBH... like how I'm doing right now. It's ridiculous! Grin


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Posted on 27-08-07 09:30
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They need to learn how to learn independently. Meta-learning, if you will.
Would your physics professor hold your hand through all of the concepts in your course?

No, he would give you a general understanding of what the topic is and then give you resources the further research it yourself.

In this world, the so-called "hacking underground", it works the same way. Knowledge is free, as it should be, but you need to know where to obtain it. 99% of the time, it's common sense. E.g: the library, zine archives, popular knowledge bases, security websites, etc. Therefore, asking to be directly linked to information on a particular topic IS NOT ACCEPTABLE.

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Posted on 27-08-07 10:04
jbjoker wrote:
I don't understand why people have problems with others who just want to learn. Weren't you once clueless? I could understand if a noob wanted everyone to hack for him, but no. He is only asking for info. I'm not an expert, nor do I really consider myself a hacker, but I know enough to help people if I could. Maybe some people on this website should consider that, rather than flame anyone who was once like them.


Nope, i was born a ninja.


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Posted on 27-08-07 10:05
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Nope, i was born a ninja.


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Posted on 27-08-07 10:09
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Nope, i was born a ninja.

Rofl! True i guess Pfft
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Posted on 27-08-07 10:29
here is an answer you might actually want:

if youre doing it with the remote computer owner's permission, if its not you, and they will accept the connection, try remote desktop connection. its in all programs->accessories->communications. otherwise try looking into netbios hacking, and if that fails research into the windows RPC vulnerabilities and exploitiing that. theyre fairly common.


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Posted on 11-09-10 18:18
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Must KNOWS to be a good Hacker:

- Computer Operating Systems & Vulnerabilities:
http://en.wikiped. . .ing_system

- Computer Systems Architecture & Implementation:
http://en.wikiped. . .chitecture
http://www.intel.. . .r/manuals/

- Networking & Networking Protocols:
http://en.wikiped. . .er_network
http://en.wikiped. . ._protocols

- Programming & Scripting Languages:
I recommend: x86 Assm, C/C++, PERL, PHP, Javascript, and HTML.

- Reverse Engineering:
http://en.wikiped. . .ngineering

- Malware Engineering: Virii, Worms, Adware, Trojans/RATs
http://en.wikiped. . .ki/Malware

- Computer Incident Handling:
http://labmice.te. . .sponse.htm

- Forensics and Criminology:
http://en.wikiped. . ._forensics

- IDS Evasion:
http://en.wikiped. . .techniques

- IPS Evasion:
http://en.wikiped. . .ion_system

- Social Engineering:
http://en.wikiped. . .ecurity%29

- Hardware Interfacing & Control:
http://www.learn-. . .

+ LOT OF PRACTICE!


dude, for all that your better off going to get professionally certified and get a job with it. Do you understand how much material there is to be learned?

LOL what are you just gonna learn to understand complex algorithims and C++ object-oriented design concepts for the hell of it? not that that would be a bad thing though. silly, maybe.

http://www.compTI. . .
http://www.ciwcer. . .

nevertheless, the links from above quoted post are indeed a very helpful step in the right direction.


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dude, for all that your better off going to get professionally certified and get a job with it.


Not necessarily. Quite a lot of people with a cert stop learning after they have a steady job. Somebody who is a hobbyist will always be learning new things because he loves it, while someone who does it for a job will only learn what is necessary because he is paid to know that.

Do you understand how much material there is to be learned?


A lot.

LOL what are you just gonna learn to understand complex algorithims and C++ object-oriented design concepts for the hell of it?


I do. So do many others on this site.
For the people who truly know their stuff, it starts out as a hobby and becomes a career because you love it and enjoy doing it "for the hell of it". Not someone who wants to work in an interesting field and will learn it only because he is paid to.

As a last note, in the future please watch the date of posts. You bumped this thread that was long since dead.


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Posted on 12-09-10 15:06
The last post was 3 yrs. back, at least.


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Posted on 13-09-10 16:37
Fuuuuuuck.

Matty, why?!



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Posted on 14-09-10 07:47
relax, spy. matty doesn't know much the rules of posting in a forum, so just forgive him. He just thought it would be a good idea to post in this thread since he thought it would be a good idea.

can any admins lock the thread, please?


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