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The Best for network hacking. Wana learn?(programing)

Post by ckw100 on Sun Jan 18, 2009 10:59 am
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After a while I hve gotten spare time at school so i have been pacticeing my batch file hacking for networks, Ask m out how to over pass the blocked content...ect. this will be in batch file talk no other programing langueges. so please ask.

EX:
Q: Are Batch files limited in the defernt typesof computer accounts?
A: yes but there are ways to over ride
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Re: The Best for network hacking. Wana learn?(programing)

Post by vladiftodi on Sun Jan 18, 2009 4:10 pm
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errr
Is it me or this topic is completely useless?
HAve low esteem lately and trying/hoping to boos it up and become a hero? :roll:
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Re: The Best for network hacking. Wana learn?(programing)

Post by STUDIOny on Thu Feb 12, 2009 11:06 am
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Don't know if its useless because I cannot understand it :|
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Re: The Best for network hacking. Wana learn?(programing)

Post by macrocat on Sat Feb 14, 2009 1:48 am
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Edited for flaming stupidity on my part. Again, I'm sorry.
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Re: The Best for network hacking. Wana learn?(programing)

Post by Andomis on Sat Feb 14, 2009 3:14 am
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Please refrain from flaming.

Everyone at HTS should be treated with a positive and learning attitude- Please reconstruct your comments so that they help the OP (Original Poster) better formulate and direct the forum postings to a specific outcome with out "bashing" the OP's comments.

macrocat wrote:OH WOW<BR><BR>THAT'S SOME PRO SHIT RIGHT THERE<BR><BR>Er, where's the content? The meat? The article? You have a poorly written introduction and a poorly written Q and A.


The above could have been:
"Hey man, interesting idea, but hard to follow. Could you please provide more of an outline for us to base questions off of? The content of your original post was lacking a bit, however there are a few articles on the main page that you can look over for ideas on constructing your topic for us. Good Luck"
"I'm choking on that four letter word, it sticks in my throat as i read the words YOU wrote..."
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Re: The Best for network hacking. Wana learn?(programing)

Post by godofcereal on Sat Feb 14, 2009 4:36 am
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Andomis is right. You cant just come on here and bash someone for a bad post. If you didnt we wouldnt be here giving out to you. Ok I understand that his post made little sense but there is no need to attack him for it. In future, if you see a badly writen post, please restrain yourself from flaming in it.
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Re: The Best for network hacking. Wana learn?(programing)

Post by xcurious on Sat Feb 14, 2009 3:38 pm
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umm i'm guessing you want to get passed blocked content, if you are, you can try using a proxy, there are some other ways too but first try using a proxy

so i have been pacticeing my batch file hacking for networks

You just made my sig, have a nice day =]
- Apologies to all who I have flamed in the past. Thanks mods for unbanning me.


ckw100 wrote:so i have been pacticeing my batch file hacking for networks
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Re: The Best for network hacking. Wana learn?(programing)

Post by STUDIOny on Sat Feb 14, 2009 10:27 pm
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Actually no, I don't think he wants to get passed blocked content, from what I can make out from his post, he wants to teach US. If I'm wrong I do apologize, that's just the way I'm making it out to be.

(Sigh, alcohol + forum = fail)
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Re: The Best for network hacking. Wana learn?(programing)

Post by cen on Sun Feb 22, 2009 6:53 pm
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I'll agree - The first post doesn't really make much sense to me either...

But, if I had to guess - It sounds to me like he was suggesting a topic about batch programming, specifically related to networking issues.
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Re: The Best for network hacking. Wana learn?(programing)

Post by STUDIOny on Mon Feb 23, 2009 9:17 am
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ckw100 wrote:this will be in batch file talk no other programing langueges. so please ask.


I believe by this hes stating that we should ask him questions based on batch programming. If you could call it programming :D
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