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    how can i start learnig to stop cracking!!!

    hey all AO family
    couldya tell me to whre to start from to learn anti cracin rite away
    can gimme links if y hav sum
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    Welcome...

    Anti cracking? You mean securing your box?

    Firewall, Anti-virus and some spyware/adware killers should do the trick.
    Look around the newbie section. There's lot's of stuff for you to begin with.
    Oliver's Law:
    Experience is something you don't get until just after you need it.
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    u can also check outh the tutorials section u can learn many things from that place
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    A good start would be for you to tell the forum a little about what you know already.
    Don't take the easy route and say "nothing".

    Just might help point you in the right direction.
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    i already know a programming in VB, VC++, etc.
    n as for crackin i know how to operate on telnet
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    from the sounds of it, you almost sound like you are saying, "i am addicted to cracking and i do not know how to stop" am i right in this, or am i misinterperting what you are trying to say...

    anyway - don't use telnet, it is not secure, it sends everything in plaintext, and there are free ssh clients out there (putty, ssh.com, etc...)
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    Sure, to stop cracking ...

    find the off-switch and then the front door. I know, it's not a virtual world out there but with time you can learn to accept and live within its rules. I'd suggest finding a way to deal with gravity right from the start.

    Todd
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    Akshaya.Game and akshayakrsh are the same person right? If so why is he posting in his forum?

    That is what it looks like by the profiles. I am sorry if I wrong but it seems to similar.

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    the first step is to learn how to write in whole words in english
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    It would help if you told us what you understand by the term "cracking" and "hacking" and be a bit clearer about what you want to know.

    In common/modern terms:

    "Anti Hacking" would be securing a system against unauthorised access or usage.

    "Anti cracking" would be securing software against piracy or data against unauthorised access. So passwords, encryption and so on would be here.

    Because the two areas overlap, and there is no "official" meaning of the terms, it would help if you explained what you mean.

    At least you should then get better and relevant answers.

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