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
cockney rhyming slang convertor
. It inspired me to
dust of this old code and get it up to date.
- 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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