Brainiac2121

What Is The Best HAcking Software?

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well im a real nube when ti comes to hacking and al i can dois hack online games and those are easy. is there like a special software or something that i can use? maybe even a tutorial on how to hack? i just dont know. if you'd like to teach me that would be cool too.

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Yes, a C compiler will be your best friend.
Learn to program, learn the ins and outs of the system you're using.
Start thinking... what would happen if???
Find the answer, and continue your search in every way possible.

Oh, by the way... google.com is a great start. If you have specific questions,
then we can help with that.

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thanks alot. is there a free c comoiler though? all of the ones on googlwe you have to pay like $30 to get.

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I'll guess you're using windows, in that case there's a nice IDE (integrated development environment) that comes with the MingW C Compiler.
You can find it at [url="http://www.bloodshed.net"]http://www.bloodshed.net[/url]

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Personal preference, I use Linux for my personal use, but for my current job, I'm required to use Windows.
There are pros and cons to both, but I love the tinkering that inherently comes with using Linux.

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can you have both? like open up a file that contains linux but then be able to switch back to windows when you want to?

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Linux isn't a file, but everything in Linux is.
You can run Linux from within Windows or vise versa... you might wanna look into emulation like vmware.
Also, you can have both on the same computer by way of dual booting the system. You will have to choose
which operating system to boot into when you turn on the computer though. Edited by stderr

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[quote name='Lugner' post='266522' date='Jun 29 2007, 12:40 AM']The best hacking software? The human mind.[/quote]

Wouldn't that be considered hardware?

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[quote name='stderr' post='266523' date='Jun 29 2007, 05:00 AM'][quote name='Lugner' post='266522' date='Jun 29 2007, 12:40 AM']The best hacking software? The human mind.[/quote]

Wouldn't that be considered hardware?
[/quote]
Brain is pretty soft.

Also, OP: stop raping the English language.

Also, [url="http://freecomputerbooks.com/"]http://freecomputerbooks.com/[/url]. Edited by WhatChout

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[quote]Brain is pretty soft.

Also, OP: stop raping the English language.

Also, [url="http://freecomputerbooks.com/"]http://freecomputerbooks.com/[/url].[/quote]



Oh man.... you sir... are awesome.

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[quote name='WhatChout' post='266540' date='Jun 29 2007, 02:14 AM']Also, [url="http://freecomputerbooks.com/"]http://freecomputerbooks.com/[/url].[/quote]
Hmm...what about the copyrights on most of those? Other then that, and the fact that you are reading on a computer (I always like hard-copy), that site is awesome.

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[quote name='Octal' post='266610' date='Jun 29 2007, 07:42 PM'][quote name='WhatChout' post='266540' date='Jun 29 2007, 02:14 AM']Also, [url="http://freecomputerbooks.com/"]http://freecomputerbooks.com/[/url].[/quote]
Hmm...what about the copyrights on most of those? Other then that, and the fact that you are reading on a computer (I always like hard-copy), that site is awesome.
[/quote]
I believe they were made free by their authors. Some websites include copyright notice that tells you that you can freely redistribute the book.

For example: [url="http://publications.gbdirect.co.uk/c_book/"]http://publications.gbdirect.co.uk/c_book/[/url] Edited by WhatChout

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I HATE reading PDF's on the computer. I always try and print everything out so I can read it over and over and over again without being in front of a screen.

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Since you are a Windows user, you can check out the freebies that Microsoft is offering...
[url="http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/express/"]http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/express/[/url]

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[quote name='gloomer' post='266616' date='Jun 29 2007, 04:14 PM']I HATE reading PDF's on the computer. I always try and print everything out so I can read it over and over and over again without being in front of a screen.[/quote]
Some of us don't have printers, or that much ink/paper.

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in some countries are magazines about security ;) in russia is 'xakep', in poland 'hackin9'
maybe there is one in your country ;)

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[quote name='sys_c0der' post='266622' date='Jun 29 2007, 08:36 PM']in some countries are magazines about security ;) in russia is 'xakep', in poland 'hackin9'
maybe there is one in your country ;)[/quote]
hakin9 is available in Spain, Czech Republic, England, Italy, France and Germany too.

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Hackin9 is also available in the U.S., I saw it at Barnes & Noble the other day.

But enough about that, what would be a good jump start. I have had the latest compiler from that Bloodshed site for sometime, did a few little things, but didn't really learn much from it. What would be a good project that would put it to good use, to kind of get things moving? Just need a direction.

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You can find many Internet tutorials on C, but I would recommend visiting the local library, or just go ahead and buy a C book.
I personally like Practical C Programming 3rd edition - O'Reilly press. To each his own though... find something and work through it.

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[quote name='stderr' post='267109' date='Jul 2 2007, 10:31 PM']You can find many Internet tutorials on C, but I would recommend visiting the local library, or just go ahead and buy a C book.
I personally like Practical C Programming 3rd edition - O'Reilly press. To each his own though... find something and work through it.[/quote]
You can't forget K&R.

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u can have linux and windows open at the same time if u use emulation software like VMWare

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You definitely need some programming knowledge.

Also learn about how operating systems work behind the scenes.

My favorite is [url="http://codex.cs.yale.edu/avi/os-book/os7/"]http://codex.cs.yale.edu/avi/os-book/os7/[/url]

Also Modern Operating Systems
[url="http://www.cs.vu.nl/~ast/books/mos2/"]http://www.cs.vu.nl/~ast/books/mos2/[/url]

Live To Learn is the main thing.It will take a while to gain enough knowledge to truly know what you are doing.

Be patient,experiment--on your own boxes--to see how hard it can be.

DO NOT just start trying to hack just any old site.You can get in some serious trouble!

Regards,
Netmanwolf

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