trevoralexander wrote:hex_wannabe, you are a jack-ass! These so called "tutorials" are not in any way shape or form tutorials in the traditional sense of what a tutorial is. They're simply a description of how the mission is either very hard, or not hard at all, then they go on to say "just read the description of the problem". In some cases, people need to be walked through a problem in order to learn from it. One cannot expect another person to just know how to do the problem by reading its description; especially as a beginner. Believe it or not if someone is having difficulty completing the "beginner" missions, it may mean they are... I don't know... BEGINNERS!
Therefore, don't F@#*ING post a response to someone's question regarding a challenge unless you are going to actually put in some sense and help the community out!
YOU DAFT WANKER!
bjvanwash wrote:So you want to know how to hack huh?
Do you want us to hack something for you?
Do you need the answers for missions on hackthissite.org?
Well guess what? It's not gonna happen!!!
I'm sick and tired of reading 5 threads in a day and hearing someone say in each one, "how do I hack this?", "hack this for me", "I'm a newbie, what are the answers?"
SUCK IT UP AND LEARN!!!
We all started out just like you. I started out on hackthissite.org in 2004 learning more and more each day by researching. That is the key. Google should be your best friend.
You know, it has been 4 years since I started out on here, and I would not consider myself a "hacker". Yeah I may know a lot more than I used to, I may be able to crack some passwords here and there, but that took time. When I first created my username and password through hackthissite.org, I hardly ever used the forums. If I had a question about something, I researched it; through the forums, articles, and google. Most of the time I found someone who had posted a topic in the forums that was very similar to my problem. That's what you should do. Search everywhere and anywhere for your answer before you post a new topic. The HTS community is sick of it. If you post something such as, "will you hack blahblahblah.com for me?" you will be ignored or yelled at for it. TRUST ME!
Hacking is not about breaking passwords. It's not about defacing somebody's website/webpage. It's not about creating viruses and sending them to people to see how many files you can destroy. Hacking is about security and how you can make it better (white hat hacking). It's about learning on your own, learning from your mistakes, learning from other people's mistakes, and researching. There are so many vulnerabilities out there these days and as the government is concerned, hackers are dangerous. Give "hackers" a good name by finding vulnerable systems with solutions to make it better.
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