September 27th, 2001 02:25 PM
Hacking is not cracking...
I would like help in hacking into my Windows 98 Se box...I have an assembler (NASM) and would like to know a good freeware dissasembler. I frequently go to "Sudden Discharge" and "The Strange World of Tapu" to find tools but would like someones advice. I wanna learn to hack to do bug tracking and fixing...I am not a cracker and do not plan on malicious hacking. Any help would be appreciated...any real hackers and admins reading this should take a look at the picture on my profile...you will then know my favorite os...thanks for the help
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September 27th, 2001 04:14 PM
I dont know anything about dissasemblers, but I can help with vulnd. Check out http://www.securityfocus.com or www.insecure.com Enjoy
September 27th, 2001 05:40 PM
Like RogueSpy said i don't know anything about disassemblers either but if you need them try to go to TLSecurity they also have some great downloads too.
September 27th, 2001 05:42 PM
Check out the Downloads section on AO too. . . there might be somehting there.
September 28th, 2001 03:20 PM
if u want to do some bug tracking i think its better to get a debugger (the word says it all) then a disassembler, soft ice was the best around when i was into it, maybe it still is...
but its a tough cookie to chew, so be prepared to spend a lot of time with it
for my limited experience with disassemblers, windasm did everything i needed it to do, so it might be a good choice for starting out (combined with hiew for hex editing)
btw, last time i checked "sudden discharge" was a goner...