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Nobody should hold your hand and walk you through this stuff. It's about learning because you enjoy understanding how it works. If you want to know how a specific exploit works, google it and read about it. If you still don't understand, research key words in the article until it makes sense to you.. There's no "quick fix" to make you understand all of this stuff because it's not easy and a lot of it is actually quite complicated. If you don't know what sort of exploits you should be reading about then just follow security updates/news and read about methods used in recent threats.
Asking for people to tell you what to think and do completely goes against what it is to be a hacker. You shouldn't be interested in what other people think you should learn first. If you're honestly interested in this stuff, you'll read about it.
If you were hacking a target, 99.9% of the time you aren't going to use a textbook example of something you saw in an article.. It's more often than not going to be a bespoke job where what you're doing only applies in this particular instance because of conflicting code / in-house software, etc, so I wouldn't ask people for help, just do some reading on your own until you understand everything that you're looking at. It's not rocket science.
Not helping how? By not giving you my IQ score?
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I find that people who boast about IQ scores don't usually have anything interesting to say or any real skills.. So I'll say my IQ is 1. :)
Hey thinker, sorry for the late reply, i have constantly been overlooking your post.
Well, hacking is based around learning everything about anything, so much so that you can determine the vulnerabilities and you can find your way around the system (if were talking computers) with ease.
Because of this, exterior distractions, like school and work hinder this process and make it hard to hack.
My advice? There is no path...there is no way to hack. It's a self-determined journey of learning.
However, there are essentials, like knowing a computer language, learning about the internet, java script, databases (SQL) etc, but again this all comes with time, and if you don't have the time than it's no big deal.
I hope i havent been too ambiguous, but as long as you stay willing, than you will learn.
but ASP run only older windows 95,2000 etc.But if you have new windows like xp,vista or other Linux...etc forget ASP