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    Tools for newbies

    [I] Hey guys im sorta new to th hacking game. I'm looking for tools sorta easy to understand. Any suggestions would be useful.

    Thanks, Omega12
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    the hacking game? do you mean a war game? please cite what you mean
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    If you want to learn how to Hack in a bad way, so called cracking , this site is not for you. Yes we got some "1337" tools in the Download archhieve but they are to be tested on your machine ONLY, and to learn how they work so you can stop crackers if they start harassing you. I suggest you read the FAQ first and see if this site is for you.

    http://www.antionline.com/misc.php?action=faq

    And people please don't neg him, if you neg newbies they get mad and start "cracking" but if we help them get on the right path we may have another White Hatty here.
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    MemorY is going to start a revolution, from now on every newbie who posts about hacking we should not neg, we should just point them in the right direction. And I am being serious too. I don't think it is fair to just neg someone on their first post. Just tell them to read the faq and try to set them straight. Imagine if we turned everyone who came to this forum asking how to hack hotmail or how to turn their computer on into a security guru, and they in turn turned someone else into a security guru. Soon everyone would be a security guru and we will no longer have to worry about viruses or trojans or computers being broken into, because they will all be secure. If you have seen pay it forward, this probably wouldn't work, but hey, you never know until you try.

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    hacking is the passion for learning everything about a subject. What you are talking about is skript kiddieism. Basically you will want to grab any book you can find about a subject you are interested and never stop learning about it. You will also want to learn by experience not just reading. For instance if you like computers set up a network with many diff computers with many diff operating systems on those computers. Then just type away learning as you go. Customize and mess with everything. If you screw it up you can reinstall and start over learning from your mistake. If you can't afford multiple computers just use one and do the same thing. Get some friends and play games trying to break into each others computers. Most of all have fun, don't become a zombie like me who sits on AO all day and doesn't experience real life.
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    AO has endless resources to tap into to learn about everything from unix systems to the intricacies of wireless routers to installing personal firewalls to peer to peer applications. to learn about such things as "hacking". i am still a newbie myself, and if its one thing i have learned from delving into the security world, you have to read alot, and when i say alot i mean your gonna be reading and read and reading untill your eyes bleed, there is so much information you have to get a general knowledge of many things before you can just be a hacker or a security expert or a network administrator. so my suggestion, goto the tutorials section and start readin heres a good link to start on http://www.antionline.com/showthread...hreadid=133897
    much thanks to negative for this tutorial index
    as far as tools go i suggest you try looking at the tools you already have on your computer such as "netstat" and "telnet" (those are all in the link i provided)
    i think of my computer as a extension of myself when i am using it. you must learn all you can about its capabilities before you can know the full extent of what it can do for you.
    take a look through that link and spend a good few hours just cruisin i gurantee you will learn much
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    Originally posted here by Omega12
    I'm looking for tools sorta easy to understand.
    The word hacker now means stupid peaple who have nothing better to do than waste their entire lives entertaining computer illiterates and who's only goal in life is to get populatrity, money, revenge, or to be interviewed in the news. In the end its not even about computers anymore... its more or less about how cool you look infront of a ****ing screen & keyboard.

    The only tools needed are ones like these:

    http://www.digitalmars.com/
    http://www.freeprogrammingresources.com/freetutr.html

    P.S. Please don't PM me. If you so much as bother to complement me, look up to me, or worse... call me a "hacker" then you will just offend me. For those PMing me, please stop. I will not be associated with middle aged peaple who wasted their lives on trivial computer related accomplishments just for braging rights & to look uber... or crowds of 13 year olds who are willing to jump off of a bridge in order to label themselves something or become a member of a over populated scene of self proclaimed losers... opps I mean "hackers". Its just lame. Hopefully you'll grow the **** up & have something to offer here except shity threads such as this, ya dumb ass bitch.
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    Yes The Specialist that is the case, but some people here have something to offer and i too am getting annoyed by people with these threads but still try to be polite. I mean what should you do when you come to a site? RTFM. or FAQ in this case. AO should put a sign on tha main page. If you don't read the FAQ prepare to get banned or something.

    btw: I aint 13 and dont look to get a name, and I aint a middle aged man in front of a screen. I hope when i become a middle aged man i'll see the computer only at work and when i'm at home i'll be with my MemorY Juniors and Ms. MemorY.
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    The word hacker now means stupid peaple who have nothing better to do than waste their entire lives entertaining computer illiterates and who's only goal in life is to get populatrity, money, revenge, or to be interviewed in the news. In the end its not even about computers anymore... its more or less about how cool you look infront of a ****ing screen & keyboard.

    I will not be associated with middle aged peaple who wasted their lives on trivial computer related accomplishments just for braging rights & to look uber... or crowds of 13 year olds who are willing to jump off of a bridge in order to label themselves something or become a member of a over populated scene of self proclaimed losers... opps I mean "hackers". Its just lame. Hopefully you'll grow the **** up & have something to offer here except shity threads such as this, ya dumb ass bitch
    Well yes, unfortunaly many newbies on AO are just wanting to know a couple of codes to paste in comp. class to look cool and maybe get a detention for getting into the teachers computer, but some of those 13/16 kids your calling losers actually want to learn about programming and computer technology, so go ahead and complain about those who deserve it but dont put everybody in the same place, because some of us are more intrested into why when you put a certain amount of letters or numbers it makes the machine do this or that.

    I agree that the term hacker is overused and means everybody able to go around the smallest program, but the difference you have to understand is that some teens actually have a sence of logic and inisiative and want to work in computer technology. So i think its quite unfair to say all of us "kids" are stupid 13 year olds who are willing to jump off of a bridge in order to label themselves something or become a member of a over populated scene of self proclaimed losers.

    Karine Black, self proclaimed independent antisocial computer freak.
    Laugh at rumors because every truth can be twisted, keep your head high, smile at all comments, ignore the majority, be randomly nice and kick everyone elses ass\'s.

    My life philosophy. And the phreakiest thing is it works
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    And I am being serious too. I don't think it is fair to just neg someone on their first post. Just tell them to read the faq and try to set them straight.
    A oppertunity for me to spread my points but what the heck
    Maybe we should make a sticky for this...since we always getting new members too and they will spread they points also
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    I don't think so, thread closed.
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