Seabass

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  1. I vote for python. It's a simple language to learn, but can be very powerful later on in your programming journey. That being said, it really doesn't matter what language you learn, as long as you really learn the concepts. The difference between languages basicly comes down to syntax.
  2. I second what serrath said. MIT open course ware, although I haven't delved too deep in it, seems to be a good start to what you are looking for.
  3. http://www.aircrack-ng.org/doku.php?id=faq#how_to_use_spaces_double_quote_and_sin-gle_quote_etc._in_ap_names Scroll down near the bottom.
  4. If you are looking for like-minded people, this would be a good place to start. You can also take a look through the BinRev meetings section.
  5. is happy for StankDawg

  6. Holy crap, when did it become the governments job to be a parent? Keeping kids away from unwanted content, online or not, is supposed to be the job of a parent. This is why kids are so messed up today.
  7. Regardless of religious belief, the Ten Commandments are a set of guidelines for how we should live our lives. You don't have to be a religious person to believe in a set of societal rules. (I don't always follow by them, but I'm only human )
  8. I would have to agree. This isn't really the proper place to ask for advice such as this. If you had asked from an intellectual perspective, you would get much more information. I feel for you on the relationship thing. It can be a bitch when you don't trust your significant other, but hacking her accounts is not the answer. If you really don't trust her, that says two things. Either you have a legitimate reason not to, or you are overreacting. Either way, it boils down to you discussing these issues with her, and making a decision based on that. When you become inquisitive about the technology, for it's own sake, byt all means come back here. You will find a slew of helpful folks here. Until then, take care and good luck.
  9. is irc.binrev.net down?

  10. I would have to say I agree with nyphonejacks. I would alert someone, be it someone from the company, or someone else that can do something about it. To let this happen is just atrocious. To take advantage of this, is just, well......
  11. really misses you guys

  12. I agree with using Ubuntu as a first distro. It's so easy to use, it makes the transition from windows to linux much easier.
  13. Like phr34kc0der, I learned by jumping in. You may run into problems with hardware compatibility, but if you ask me, getting things to work is the best way to learn it. There is so much documentation out there, you will find the answers eventually. tldp.org is a good place to start, but then again, so is google.
  14. wonders if lattera has a candy van

  15. Welcome to the forums, Articman. I don't think you will get any static over game hacking, as long as it's for intellectual purposes. There is a very popular thread about hacking farmtown, or farmville, or whatever that game is called.