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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 Have fun!

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