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Re: Maths

1. Besides web sites/books I would also recommend watching some videos on youtube, for example MIT offers video lessons and here is a nice start on calculus and linear algebra . Also this site has some neat stuff at the "downloads" section, explore yourself and use what suits you. 2. This ...
by Gatito
on Fri May 27, 2011 1:58 pm
 
Forum: General
Topic: Maths
Comments: 3
Views: 7130

Re: Application 1

iistapp wrote:Ok I get what hex editing, compiled languages and interpreted languages all are but what does ASM stand for? I search google and all I found were the American society of microbiology and Advantage sale and marketing which doesn't sound relevant to these challenges.

Assembly.
by Gatito
on Fri May 27, 2011 1:40 pm
 
Forum: Application
Topic: Application 1
Comments: 46
Views: 233564

Re: Introduction to Algorithms

I don't remember reading a post about this particular book. As for myself I actually have that book and read a good portion of it and yes it's nice. When it comes to learning I usually prefer to search for different sources & materials as one book/site/tutorial may explain this well and some oth...
by Gatito
on Wed May 25, 2011 6:04 am
 
Forum: Books
Topic: Introduction to Algorithms
Comments: 1
Views: 6102

Re: Introduce Yourself  Topic is solved

Hey kids, I'm a 15 year old male and I'm trying to learn about computers. I know NOTHING about any type of language code. I'm just one of those people who look up guides to do something on the web, but never really research on how it works. So, here I am. Trying to find out how things work. I know ...
by Gatito
on Sat May 21, 2011 7:48 pm
 
Forum: NZone
Topic: Introduce Yourself
Comments: 1653
Views: 3959351

Re: getting the mac address of the router.

Oh, I assumed he meant the router that connects him with the interwebz. After rereading his post I think he means the router that is directly connected with his local router, I think. It should be possible to get the mac by putting a hub in the middle and do some sniffing. Unless you want to find th...
by Gatito
on Sat May 21, 2011 12:53 am
 
Forum: Networking
Topic: getting the mac address of the router.
Comments: 6
Views: 12992

Re: help, new to networking

so then, do i really need to undesrtand signal processing to undesrtand networks? No, you'll need to understand a lot of other topics too, it depends on how much you want to understand networking, really. Signal processing is essential to telecommunication but I digress. You could learn a LOT about...
by Gatito
on Thu May 19, 2011 10:58 am
 
Forum: Networking
Topic: help, new to networking
Comments: 8
Views: 13434

Re: getting the mac address of the router.

Use a packet sniffer like Wireshark . After installing it open your browser go to any site you want, open wireshark and check packets with the http protocol. The destination MAC address is the router's ( if the PC you installed wireshark is connected directly with the router without any devices betw...
by Gatito
on Thu May 19, 2011 10:24 am
 
Forum: Networking
Topic: getting the mac address of the router.
Comments: 6
Views: 12992

Re: help, new to networking

Dwere134 wrote:I only skimmed other responses, but I didn't see anything in reference to the OSI Model

The whole book is a reference to the OSI Model actually. Every chapter deals with a layer of it.
by Gatito
on Tue May 17, 2011 4:40 pm
 
Forum: Networking
Topic: help, new to networking
Comments: 8
Views: 13434

Re: Modern Viruses?

Do all viruses have to be written in assembly language like mark ludwing said in the giant black book of computer viruses or can they be created using more modern languages like microsoft visual c++ 2010 express for example? First: Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 isn't a language. C++ is. Second: Yes, a ...
by Gatito
on Tue May 17, 2011 4:38 pm
 
Forum: Malware
Topic: Modern Viruses?
Comments: 3
Views: 11628

Re: HackForums OS

So much about writing a book I guess.
by Gatito
on Tue May 17, 2011 9:47 am
 
Forum: LULZ
Topic: HackForums OS
Comments: 7
Views: 6636
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