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Learning to hack

Post by BasicStarter on Thu Jan 10, 2019 10:42 pm
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What is the best place to learn how to hack, for educational purposes of course? specifically how to hack phones and social media accounts. I want to acquire information for fun! thanks, it can be .onion sites as well

also how to hack over public wifi networks, i want to try and see if i can hack my own devices at home
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Re: Learning to hack

Post by insuanu on Sun Mar 17, 2019 9:42 am
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To learn how to hack, I started with games for the military (for example, ''Bandit''), with the installation of an ssh client, connection, selection of teams. Indeed, all the dos games are built on the same principle - the use of different customers. I now stopped at the first level -0000 and am confused to find the password for the next level.
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Re: Learning to hack

Post by re-d on Wed Apr 17, 2019 5:46 pm
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I started with netcat and getting a reverse shell I then moved on to Metasploit getting a reverse meterpreter shell on Android and on Windows I also learnt python which will help greatly in cracking passwords
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Re: Learning to hack

Post by Bradwer1 on Fri Jul 31, 2020 1:05 am
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I can create some general HTML/CSS Tutorials.



I can create some general HTML/CSS Tutorials.
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Re: Learning to hack

Post by BlueberryBlades on Fri Nov 20, 2020 7:27 pm
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Hi there. This wargame looks like tons of fun and i'd love to play it but it seems too advanced for me. Where do you suggest I start in order to develop the tools needed to play this game?

I picked up my first book on how to program for dummies and am learnign about networks right now. Command lines for Linux beginners is another task on my to do list.

Any books or online resources you can recommend would be a wonderful.
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