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3. DEFINITION OF "HACKING"

Hacking is about production, not destruction; it involves curiosity, research, analysis, knowledge, the creation of new ideas, the discovery of amazing breakthroughs, and the sharing of information with those who will use it responsibly. Hacking is not illegal activity. The Digital Dawg Pound and the Binary Revolution Forums will not take any responsibility for your actions, nor do we condone any sort of illegal activity, especially in the name of hacking.

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LOL dont shot man ... i just ask .... i know all that .... but can u share those information with me and members on forum ?

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3. DEFINITION OF "HACKING"

Hacking is about production, not destruction; it involves curiosity, research, analysis, knowledge, the creation of new ideas, the discovery of amazing breakthroughs, and the sharing of information with those who will use it responsibly. Hacking is not illegal activity. The Digital Dawg Pound and the Binary Revolution Forums will not take any responsibility for your actions, nor do we condone any sort of illegal activity, especially in the name of hacking.

<a href="http://imageshack.us"><img src="http://img135.imageshack.us/img135/984/av7463wf0.jpg" border="0" alt="Image Hosted by ImageShack.us"/></a><br/> why u use this pic if ''Hacking is not illegal activity.'' ?????

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Have we not blown up enough bridges?

Fucking Trolls ...

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ok its a good joke :D .... ok now... can someone answer on my question ?what programs are good for hack in remote computer and can i get links for downloading them ?

and why Nmap dont work on my computer .... i find alive ip's with port 23 and when i try to scan them on Nmap it say : HOST SEEMS DOWN

maybe i dont know to use program right ... or ???? :S

http://img517.imageshack.us/img517/3410/tatatarg3.jpg

http://img141.imageshack.us/img141/3155/28487975tk0.jpg

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I bet the "Fachhochschule Giessen-Friedberg" wouldn't be very happy with you doing that.

% This is the RIPE Whois query server #3.
% The objects are in RPSL format.
%
% Rights restricted by copyright.
% See http://www.ripe.net/db/copyright.html

% Note: This output has been filtered.
% To receive output for a database update, use the "-B" flag.

% Information related to '212.201.0.0 - 212.201.18.255'

inetnum: 212.201.0.0 - 212.201.18.255
netname: FH-GIESSEN
descr: Fachhochschule Giessen-Friedberg
descr: institution of higher education
descr: location Giessen
country: DE
admin-c: BG961-RIPE
admin-c: GF5131-RIPE
tech-c: BG961-RIPE
status: ASSIGNED PA
mnt-by: DFN-LIR-MNT
mnt-irt: IRT-DFN-CERT
source: RIPE # Filtered

irt: IRT-DFN-CERT
address: DFN-CERT Services GmbH
address: Heidenkampsweg 41
address: D-20097 Hamburg
address: Germany
phone: +49 40 80 80 77 555
fax-no: +49 40 80 80 77 556
e-mail: dfncert@cert.dfn.de
signature: PGPKEY-95DD62D1
encryption: PGPKEY-95DD62D1
admin-c: TI123-RIPE
tech-c: TI123-RIPE
auth: PGPKEY-95DD62D1
remarks: Emergency telephonenumber +49 4080 8077 555 (GMT+1/GMT+2 with DST)
remarks: http://www.trusted-introducer.nl/teams/dfn-cert.html
remarks: This is an accredited IRT (level 2)
irt-nfy: dfncert@cert.dfn.de
mnt-by: TRUSTED-INTRODUCER-MNT
source: RIPE # Filtered

person: Burkhard Gerlach
address: Fachhochschule Giessen-Friedberg
address: DV-Zentrum
address: Wiesenstr. 14 H
address: 35390 Giessen
address: Germany
phone: +49 641 309 1282
e-mail: Burkhard.Gerlach@MNI.FH-Giessen.de
nic-hdl: BG961-RIPE
mnt-by: DFN-NTFY
source: RIPE # Filtered

person: Gerhard Franke
address: Fachhochschule Giessen-Friedberg
address: DV-Zentrum
address: Wiesenstr. 14 F
address: 35390 Giessen
address: Germany
phone: +49 641 309 1283
e-mail: Gerhard.Franke@MNI.FH-Giessen.de
nic-hdl: GF5131-RIPE
mnt-by: DFN-NTFY
source: RIPE # Filtered

% Information related to '212.201.0.0/16AS680'

route: 212.201.0.0/16
descr: DE-DFN-20000808
origin: AS680
mnt-by: DFN-MNT
source: RIPE # Filtered

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i just trying to learn something nothing more .... i dont want to harm or destroy computers !!!!

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i just trying to learn something nothing more .... i dont want to harm or destroy computers !!!!

Then use VMWare to set up targets. You might not want to harm or destroy your targets, but regardless, if you attack a system that's not yours, you aren't just breaking the law, you're causing the admins of those systems a lot of trouble, since they're the ones that have to investigate the incident.

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i just trying to learn something nothing more .... i dont want to harm or destroy computers !!!!

Then use VMWare to set up targets. You might not want to harm or destroy your targets, but regardless, if you attack a system that's not yours, you aren't just breaking the law, you're causing the admins of those systems a lot of trouble, since they're the ones that have to investigate the incident.

ok ok ty.... i keep that on my mind .... but i say this and i say it again : i just trying to learn something not to destroy

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da du die seite vonner fachhochschule gescannt hast nehm ich einfach ma an dass du deutsch bist. also mach nich sone kacke wie dir ne zufällige ip rauszusuchen und die zu hacken, setz bei dir im lan ne box auf und starte telnet service und versuch übers lan reinzuhacken.

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i just trying to learn something nothing more .... i dont want to harm or destroy computers !!!!

Then use VMWare to set up targets. You might not want to harm or destroy your targets, but regardless, if you attack a system that's not yours, you aren't just breaking the law, you're causing the admins of those systems a lot of trouble, since they're the ones that have to investigate the incident.

this ?

http://www.vmware.com/products/free_virtualization.html

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I really didn't feel like replying but hey; anything to up my post count :P

1) you should post and live in the newbie forum for a while untill you starting "getting" things, plus newbie section is flame free

2) you'll learn this down the line, so i thought i'll tell you know ... google is your friend also please refrain from using im abrieviations(sp?) such as "plz", this is a forum you have a lot of time to think before you post so please use that time.

just helping you, everybody here needed to learn forum etiquette at some point. Ofcourse you could ignore my advice and continue the way you are, it's all up to you. "Freedom" you like it?

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I really didn't feel like replying but hey; anything to up my post count :P

1) you should post and live in the newbie forum for a while untill you starting "getting" things, plus newbie section is flame free

2) you'll learn this down the line, so i thought i'll tell you know ... google is your friend also please refrain from using im abrieviations(sp?) such as "plz", this is a forum you have a lot of time to think before you post so please use that time.

just helping you, everybody here needed to learn forum etiquette at some point. Ofcourse you could ignore my advice and continue the way you are, it's all up to you. "Freedom" you like it?

You should also refrain from abbreviations such as, "IM" and "SP".

Spelling and instant messaging.

I had to post that to bug the hell out of you. :lol:

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guys this is cool forum but i am week with english :P ... i just want to learn and that is all ... ty on tips :P

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I really didn't feel like replying but hey; anything to up my post count :P

1) you should post and live in the newbie forum for a while untill you starting "getting" things, plus newbie section is flame free

2) you'll learn this down the line, so i thought i'll tell you know ... google is your friend also please refrain from using im abrieviations(sp?) such as "plz", this is a forum you have a lot of time to think before you post so please use that time.

just helping you, everybody here needed to learn forum etiquette at some point. Ofcourse you could ignore my advice and continue the way you are, it's all up to you. "Freedom" you like it?

You should also refrain from abbreviations such as, "IM" and "SP".

Spelling and instant messaging.

I had to post that to bug the hell out of you. :lol:

err...i used those deliberately(sp?) *looks left, looks right* :D

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Maybe a more appropriate way to have phrased the question would be "Are there any possible security vulnerabilities in a server's Telnet?" rather than "DOOD I WANT TO PWN A BOX GET ME A H4X0RING PROGRAM!"

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LOL dont shot man ... i just ask .... i know all that .... but can u share those information with me and members on forum ?

Don't tase me bro!

.... I think really the only 'right' question here is why are you looking to exploit this service. What is it that you hope to obtain from these hosts. Better yet, when you scanned for such hosts, did you bother to verify if it was a honeynet, or better yet, did you bother for OS detection.

How about we take this one step further. How about you tell us why we should be providing this information to you. We have no clue who you are, we have no justification in your endeavors, and even worse, within 3 posts of viewing this topic, you got called a troll. I have no issues educating you on proper vulnerability assessment, or even how to properly exploit a system, but what have you given to us, that would allow us to believe your not out for malicious intent?

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this is why i never posted on the l0pht forums when i was 14

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