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Re: hacking
by Crulx (Monk) on Feb 12, 2001 at 16:07 UTC
    Ahh, my fellow monks have already given so many wonderful pithy answers to your worthless troll of a question, It seems silly to respond. In fact, it IS silly to respond, but I cannot resist.

    I offer some advice, oh anxious to be 31337 one.

    1. Meditiate seriously on why you wish to commit a felony.
    2. If this illegal act still seems like a good idea, repeat step 1.
    3. After you have disabused yourself of silly notions of becomming 31337, log in here and spend some time learning Perl. Its sublime power will liberate your soul and give you a sense of power far beyond 0WNing sites. You will gain respect and earn praise. You might find a way to act older and more intelligent than your piers and gain a sense of true happiness.
    So, oh unlearned one, Create don't Destory. Wisdom comes from following this path.
    ---
    crulx
    crulx@iaxs.net
Re: hacking
by davorg (Chancellor) on Feb 12, 2001 at 14:57 UTC
Re: hacking
by MeowChow (Vicar) on Feb 12, 2001 at 15:38 UTC
    Your grammer and spelling are much too good. You must first unlearn that which you have learned, and practice sp34k1ng l1k3 a l33t h4x0r. Only then, young grasshopper, can you begin your journey towards enlightenment.

    When you can snatch this node from my hand, then you will have learned all that we can teach you here.

       MeowChow                                   
                   s aamecha.s a..a\u$&owag.print
Re: hacking
by arhuman (Vicar) on Feb 12, 2001 at 14:59 UTC
    You'll have to LEARN !

    Hint, here is a (non exhaustive) list of what is required :

    Good skill in at least on language (C/C++,Perl)
    (I've included C/C++ only beccause you have to know them to understand Buffer overflow,format string attacks...)
    Good TCP/IP understanding
    Decent systeme administration knowledge
    Low level knowledge (Asm, hardware...)
    But most of all you'll have to like challenges.

    Of course you can just try to use the tons of script out there without understanding them (and often without being able to make them work)... But in this case I wonder what you're doing here.

    In case you'd REALLY like to learn, msg me with your point of interest and I'll point you to some ressources to start with.

Re: hacking
by IndyZ (Friar) on Feb 18, 2001 at 10:51 UTC
    First, you need to talk like a haxor. Since your presence on this site indicates that you know some perl, check out my script, to make you talk hacker. Also, if you want to learn how to be English, check out azatoth's cockney rhyming slang convertor. It inspired me to dust of this old code and get it up to date.

    Other recommendations:

    • Watch "Hackers." It contains valuable technical information.
    • Ditto for the TV show "Level 9".
    • Get nmap. Run it on sites that end in .gov.
    • Check to the AOL chatroom "haxors". Those doodz are 31337.
    And remember: On the internet, you are untraceable! Nobody will ever know what you do. Be cocky. Telnet to whitehouse.gov. Have fun!

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