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Post by dank-angel on Mon Jun 09, 2014 3:25 pm
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first thank you about accept me in your world and thank you to read my first post too
i am happy to be your neighbor in this site :D
i am newbie want learning hack website
find sql and tying hack it , so any one have know to work on kali-tools plz learn me and thank you or manual hack thank you so much
with my pleasure
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Re: hello

Post by cyberdrain on Mon Jun 09, 2014 3:46 pm
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Don't tell me you're named after that television show Dark Angel back in the day? Crash course; read Ninjex's post about learning to hack in the NZone, don't use tools until you understand what they do and don't mention something that's illegal. Other than that, welcome aboard and enjoy your stay :)
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Re: hello

Post by -Ninjex- on Mon Jun 09, 2014 4:54 pm
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cyberdrain wrote:don't use tools until you understand what they do


Yes, but no here. Using tools in a controlled pentesting environment can help you grasp an understanding on how they are working, (what malicious code they inject, and where) and what you should be looking into.

But overall I agree, if it's not for a learning experience, you shouldn't be using it without knowing what it's going to do, or how it does it.
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Re: hello

Post by cyberdrain on Tue Jun 10, 2014 4:54 am
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-Ninjex- wrote:Yes, but no here.

I disagree, he does not mention a pentesting environment in his first post. He does mention SQL and the best way to learn SQLi is to use it manually first. He seems to want to be taught how to use Kali tools, which leads me to believe he has no prior experience in hacking and therefore would be unlikely to learn much from using tools first. If that is not the case, he'll probably correct me.
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