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    from dummie to professional

    for the past few months i have been searching the net to learn about the darkside of hacking so as to learn evrything about the computer with knowledge in basic C and C++ i dont know anything apart from writing simple programs which r tooo boring and simple ,i have searched and searched so to learn but all i have done is searching iam confused and angry cuz i havent learnt anything ,can anyone help me to learn evrything about hacking and do more with c++ then writing stupid programs
    plzzz help

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    programming only gets boring if you have no creativity. get a book on the langauge you wanna learn and learn how to use it, then let your mind wonder, also, what do you wanna do ith the langauges? it would help if you had a plan, also, no one teaches anyone how to hack, you learn that on your own usually. Reading is how you get things done with your computer, RTFM isnt just a funny quote.

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    and here i thought it dissapeared....thanks for keepin me on my toes neggy. =)

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    Sarang: Get books.
    Get books on TCP/IP, get books on the Unix file system, get the Hacking exposed books etc etc.
    Read up on AO:s tutorials, they are a goldmine. You need to start with the basics of things. Learning filesystems and the way the TCP/IP stack works is a good place to start.

    For C/C++, Gore is right, without the will to experiment and create, you wont get anywhere. I would suggest you started with something more easier, like Scripting. Javascript, PHP, why not do some shell scripting on a unix box? Its really fun for a beginner and you get "instant results".
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    For me, I have found that the best thing to do is read all the books you can find. What I ended up doing was creating a little network and would read some books on TCP/IP and do everything the book talked about. Then I set up a *nix network and played around on that.

    I think that your best bet is gonna be to read and do everything hands on. That way you've seen it done.
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