It's overwhelming, some Q and Ideas
Posted 04 July 2007 - 01:07 PM
1- Hacking lab; 1 pc with emulators or phisycal boxes? (I like the idea of having 3 pc's under my desk and 3 monitors for attack / chatting, info / defend.
Does someone has a hack lab? pls tell me I googled alot and didn't find anything usefull.
2- Programm; I am despered to learn to programm where to start, witch language, books?
So on my holday i am going to linux alot and buy books and keep on learning. If someone would mentor me a little ( Steering on what to learn and why ), so that one day I can feed my wifde and kids by hacking or penn testing ( If I get one ).
Posted 04 July 2007 - 02:36 PM
1. If you are just switching to Linux, get something like Ubuntu. Most distros are confusing to new users.
2. As for what language - you might want to start with C, but if it has to be one of those two, I think Perl is better.
3. Hacking lab - Try starting with one regular-use box, and one for hacking into. Also try Hackthissite.org.
Posted 05 July 2007 - 12:51 AM
The hacking into box. Are there papers about making a hacking into box? Witch distro? windows or linux? for sure it must be a local server. Any tips on that one?
Summer is about to start and I have alot of time , Well first I am going to listen to alot of your radio casts on my ipod .
Thank you, d3xter
Posted 05 July 2007 - 01:49 AM
For free books on most of the computer related subjects, go to http://freecomputerbooks.com/.
There's no such thing as making a hacking, it's even grammatically incorrect if you know what "hacking" means. Hacking isn't baking a fruit cake, you cannot describe a hack that will always work. Just like you won't find papers on how to be an artist, or a musician, you won't find papers that tell you "how to hack" in a way that will always work.
The hacking into box. Are there papers about making a hacking into box?
Don't want to disturb your logic, but the whole idea behind servers is that they are public. Even if it was a "local server" wouldn't change anything.
for sure it must be a local server.
Edited by WhatChout, 05 July 2007 - 01:50 AM.
Posted 05 July 2007 - 02:00 AM
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Posted 05 July 2007 - 02:21 PM
I bet that was Bill Gates sitting behind his vista trying to promote microsoft on bin rev.
I aplied for the mentor programm if someone would like to make some time for me ( <-1hour a week or less ) to chat a little about directions and some tips, I would apprecied it.
No kidding biggj, I don't want to learn VB I want to learn linux/unix/networking/Programming (C. Perl. Python. Lisp etc )/ how to make a living being a geek.
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