xTractatorix wrote: hack into fb-email accounts
If you find a vulnerability in either an email provider, or in Facebook, let me know.
xTractatorix wrote:So now that that's out of the way can someone help me in deciding what language to specialize in?
It's extremely hard to know based on the information given. You start out saying that you'd like to do web-based hacking, but then nearer or the bottom you say that you really want to work on games. If you haven't noticed already, these are two (web and local) completely different fields (granted there is some overlap, i.e. server/client design). This doesn't really mean that you have to choose either local based, or web based hacking, but it would certainly help as both fields are huge. But, I made a list anyway:
(Possibly Python, C, or C++ if you're interested in server/client design)
Local-based hacking (Especially for games):
ASM (A must (preferably Intel syntax; AT&T syntax is a bitch IMHO))
Java (There seems to be a growing Java craze after Minecraft came out)
Knowing your way around a debugger (This can occasionally be as complex as learning another programming language (I'm looking at you IDA Pro))
General computer theory
As you can see, there's tons of shit to learn. It's best to just follow mShred's advice and continue on the path you're going.
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