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#1 Thudex

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Posted 27 June 2011 - 03:40 PM

Hello, i am Thudex a new member here. I have been in the scene for 3-4 years but I left the scene about 1-2 year ago, and I just got a few questions to "get in shape".

1. SQL injections is still the main hacking channel?
2. Do you still use the Vietnam tools?
3. Do you still code virus/software in visual basics?
4. Anyone still use SQL rip?
5. Anyone uses MSN or mIRC to communicate?
6. And in general things that have led to drastic changes in the scenes the last year.


Thanks for replies :)

Edited by Thudex, 27 June 2011 - 03:41 PM.


#2 Afterm4th

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Posted 27 June 2011 - 05:17 PM

1. SQL injections is still the main hacking channel?
For many yes


2. Do you still use the Vietnam tools?
wut?

3. Do you still code virus/software in visual basics?
some do, but most dont


4. Anyone still use SQL rip?
what is that? please elaborate


5. Anyone uses MSN or mIRC to communicate?
Lots do yes

6. And in general things that have led to drastic changes in the scenes the last year.
stuxnet, lulzsec, RSA got hacked and theres more im forgettting im sure

#3 Thudex

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Posted 27 June 2011 - 05:38 PM

Hey, thanks for reply. :smile:

1. Besides SQL injections, what new(?) methods are prefered?.(except xss and RFI)

2. Do you still use the Vietnam tools?
wut?
- Seriously do you don't know what the Vietnam tools where? OMG! They where the best tools ever made. Everything from one click hack to cvv hacks. But i suppose those are old and useless now.


4. Anyone still use SQL rip?
what is that? please elaborate
- SQL rip was/is a software produced by smart products and it basically ripped whole SQL databases. With function to crack MD5, MD6, MD7,SHA-224 -> SHA-512 hashes, organize dumps for websites, and so on.

Man things have changed.

Edited by Thudex, 27 June 2011 - 05:46 PM.


#4 serrath

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Posted 27 June 2011 - 10:37 PM

RSA got hacked? When was this? I need to start reading the newssites...




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