The big lie of computer security is that security improves by imposing complex passwords on users. In real life, people write down anything they can't remember. Security is increased by designing for the way humans actually behave. -Jakob Nielsen
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First, thanks =). Secondly, the easiest place to learn computer languages is right there where you're sitting now. Personally, I suggest learning XHTML first. If you're going to hack, you need to know the language of the Net. Next, for writing applications, try Python or Perl, whichever suits you. It's relatively easy to learn, along with XHTML and will teach you some good habits. Later you can move to C/C++, but don't try to learn them as your first language. But before you try any of this, you have to ask yourself why you want to hack. So after that, pick up a book on Python and/or XHTML, write a little, read a lot, and you'll find yourself getting into it and it'll become second nature. If you've got any more questions, feel free to ask ^^ No such thing as a stupid question after all =)