Newbie's Please Read.
Posted 12 March 2004 - 02:19 PM
I believe that Phlack stands for Professional Hackers Linux Attack Kit. It is a live CD type of distro based on Morphix (kinda like Knoppix) so you don't have to commit to installing linux on your HDD if you are not ready.
The cool thing about Phlak is that it has all kinds of security tools already compiled and ready to run on it, so you can mess around with all kinds of hacking tools without having to download and compile them yourself and deal with wrong library versions and dependancy hell.
Posted 13 March 2004 - 07:40 AM
I dont't know where to post this, and I cannot create new topics, beacause I'm still trial.
My question is (please don't laugh) how can I connect to a sever like a SQL through a proxy. Is this possible?
Thanks for useful answers.
Posted 17 March 2004 - 05:36 PM
Posted 18 March 2004 - 11:47 AM
Posted 19 March 2004 - 03:25 AM
Would be be easier for me to learn about programming in english (there are more books, forums etc.) or in swedish which is my native language? My english isnt bad but programming isnt easy
Thanx in advance..
Posted 20 March 2004 - 11:50 PM
(The Script Kiddy Way...)
1. Searching Google Properly
2. Using a Port Scanner
3. Checking For Holes In The Targets Security
4. Finding Exploits For These Holes
5. Downloading, Compiling and Running The Exploit
6. Trashing the targets computer
(and the more respectable way)
1. Advanced Google Search Strings
2. Learn a Programming Language
3. Understand How The Internet Protocol Works
4. Discover New Holes In Well Known Programmes
5. Write Exploits for These Holes (Buffer Overflows etc...)
6. Remaining Undetected On The Targets Computer
7. Use The Targets Computer As A Launch Point For Further Attacks
I reccomend using linux to all the newbs, either get a shell account or download and burn a distro.
All i can say from here is just read read read and when your done reading question question question, (the really curious make the best hackers most the time). Dont be afraid to be paranoid of the feds, if u wanna lockdown your computer you do that.
Try and stick around on sites like this and just keep reading till your head hurts, then take a deep breath and read some more. Hacking isnt something you just pick up over the weekend (unless your a script kiddy) its gonna take alot of commitment to get up there with the best and its sites like this that can help you do that, just stick with this friendly bunch of people and you should be rooting away in no time
im gonna stop blabbering on now because i need some more damn coffee, staying up all night isnt as fun any more hope this helps motivate someone in some strange way.....
Respect to the people that keep this community alive -=TwitcH=-
Posted 01 April 2004 - 02:31 AM
Would be very nice.
PS ( I already buyed a book to learn Programming C. But i havent so much time so it will take a While. Thx for your tips guys. And to be a Hacker isnt easy becuase these i mean i will need Some years to call me a Hacker.)
Posted 18 April 2004 - 05:58 AM
Posted 18 April 2004 - 12:06 PM
Ok, I know it's possible to learn hacking with reading a lot, but for absolute beginners, it sometimes just doesn't do it.
No one is going to show you. Thatís the first thing I learnt. By doing a lot of reading and playing around you will start to work things out. I admit that the little knowledge I have taught myself could have been taught to me probably within a day or so, but it feels a lot more satisfying knowing I figured it out myself.
It's true that to learn to hack you have to hack. The best thing any newbie could do would to be to go and build a LAN at home or maybe with some friends.
The other thing you will always read and its true is go and teach yourself to programme.
Just remember itís a long slow road but a lot of fun. Good luck.
Posted 03 October 2004 - 04:07 PM
Once again, thanks to all of you who took the time to write up your advice/opinions/resources for all of us newbs
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