welcome NEW PEOPLE
Posted 09 June 2010 - 09:32 AM
I am coded32 (A White Hat). I write E-Zine Articles and I have been Informed about this Forum from Hackforums.net.
I used to MOD 3 Sites( Which Sadly has been Closed by Now :(x)
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Posted 07 August 2010 - 12:05 PM
I am finishing up a Bachelor's in Natural Resources Studies with a minor in Biology.
and I have just completed six years in the Army National Guard as a Computer and special electronics device repairer.
I also have other experience in the areas of Cisco networking, martial arts instruction, Linux, C programming, visual basic programming and
back in the day BBS's. I really do miss LORD ( Legends of the Red Dragon ).
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Posted 07 September 2010 - 01:21 PM
I am a network manager looking for good advice to protect my network, by finding out how others could be getting in.
I am a newbie to linux and have recently started using the backtrack disk along with NST and am really enjoying things so far.
Anyways look forward to speaking with anyone.
very kind regards
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Posted 12 November 2010 - 03:15 AM
Anyway, I'm only 16 years old, but I know a fair bit about hacking (I mean that relative to my age.) and I'm always eager to learn more.
Posted 13 November 2010 - 07:54 AM
I reckon I've been a hacker most of my 40+ years, but never really self-applied any label. I started exploring the phone system in the 80s, and later got into computers and ham radio. This has pretty much been my only hobby and passion. I was all over various BBSen and FidoNet way back in the day. Later on IRC and usenet. I've heard of this place before, but was never into web-based fora, so never checked it out. I saw a mention in Ed Piskor's WIZZYWIG series and decided to check it out.
I'm into vintage Sun SPARC gear, K&R C, pdksh, and coffee.
Real name is John, I usually go by JohnnyX online for some thinly veiled anonymity. Happy to make your acquaintance.
Edited by JohnnyX, 13 November 2010 - 07:57 AM.
Posted 23 November 2010 - 10:30 PM
New to the site just thought I would shout out "WHATS UP!"
Cant wait to learn some new things and hopefully contribute a bit if I can in the future.
Awsome site so far.
Posted 25 November 2010 - 08:21 AM
My name is Daniel, although people have been prone to call me Themistocles or Cynical/Synical.
I'm 17 and self-taught. I first started in computers when I was 11 with modding games and website design and got into hacking when I saw "Live Free or Die Hard." My first thought was "This is cool..." but I really wanted to know how much of that movie was Hollywood (all of it but I still liked it). So I picked up some of my Dad's books and started to read, type, and read. Anyways, I'm learned in python and C/C++. Not super-strong in either, though now that school has sort of slowed, I've had time to really get back into it. (Avoided computer related classes at the moment because the only ones available teach only in Java and I have a distaste for Java.) But thats the basics, and I hope to contribute some good things to this site, in return learn as much as I can.
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