Strat0s wrote:I would like to admit i hit run on owasp on youre site but i this was a act off a milisecond stupidity on my behalf.
Running a tool i have little and no knowledge about. I would also like to note i instantly hit stop, (when my brain actually started working...) lol.. Im deeply sorry if i did anything against the rules, and il from now on stick to more basic stuff. Atleast until i get more of a understandthing of wtf im actually doing.
This was OFC before i asked. And i asked because i got shit scared tbh, cuz i really wasent looking for anything but stuff from the realistic mission site and a way to complete that. But i was soon to discover that this owasp thing wasent really meant just for that and i got shitscared and instantly pressed stop.
I think i learned that i shouldent be even touching stuff i have no idea what is doing...
Once again to all admins and everything if i caused any disturbance by doing this 1 sec owasp thingy please let me know so i can compansate or fix up my mistake.... (sorry for spammin the question topic with this)
Im gonna stick to programing from now on.... LOL
Yeah, usually we end up putting out a lawsuit and getting claims for the damage costs.
You are looking at around $500-$1,000 in damages...
Just kidding, all that above is just me trollin
Anyways, to actually answer your question, I'm sure no serious harm was done to this site. If you managed to break this site by clicking one button, may the internet gods bow down before you. Now, this site specifically has rules set so that you can actually hack it! As long as it is not done in a malicious manner. (such as stealing encrypted user info, attacking other servers from here, deleting content, etc) I can almost guarantee that the admins didn't even notice you clicked that button. You should be fine.
Additionally, take your own advice and don't mess with something you know not of. It's fine to expand your knowledge of course, but make sure you know what is happening behind the scenes of that button when you press it.
Yes, stick to programming, and no don't give up on hacking. Do both.