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    anonymous

    whats the best way to learn hacking?? where do i start??

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    Re: anonymous

    IMO this is not the forum for this question
    This is a support forum for the Ubuntu community

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    Re: anonymous

    @Cakardic, it depends what you mean by hacking. If you define a hacker as "someone who loves to program or who enjoys playful cleverness, or a combination of the two" as described in this wikipedia article, then if you describe more clearly what you want to achieve, I am sure people will be able to help.

    But if by hacking you mean maliciously subverting computer security, be aware that this is not supported here. Please see the forum Code of Conduct.

    Please do not PM me about your forum account unless you have been asked to. The correct place to contact an admin about your account is here.

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    Re: anonymous

    With the title of this thread it's safe to say you are stepping into dangerous territory
    Here"s a little info for you:
    Barret Brown is facing 100 years for his involvement in the Stratfor hack
    Jeremy Hammond is facing life in prison for his involvement in the same hack
    Mercedes Haefer is facing 15 years for participating in a DDOS attack
    and the list goes on

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    Re: anonymous

    Attacking someone else's computer system is not only illegal, and it will not only eventually land you in jail (courts throw the book at crackers), but you'll probably fall in with a mob of narcissists who will turn on you if you ever try to escape them. You'll be trapped until you get caught for your crime and put in jail. When in jail, you'll never even SEE a computer. After you get out of jail, you'll never be allowed to use the internet or own a smartphone.

    Don't even think about learning to attack other people's computers. It's not worth ruining your life over.
    I try to treat the cause, not the symptom. I avoid the terminal in instructions, unless it's easier or necessary. My instructions will work within the Ubuntu system, instead of breaking or subverting it. Those are the three guarantees to the helpee.

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    Re: anonymous

    In the real world, Neo doesn't meet Morphius.

    He meets Bubba.
    The Community Java Wiki * The Community ATI Driver Wiki * Find what you need in the Ubuntu Community wikis

    And seeing the terror on the faces of the people, QIII did speak to them, saying "Fear not the Terminal, for it is a road both swift and secure to the Great Mysteries of Linux without passing through the dangers of The Land of Ten Thousand Competing Desktop Environments."

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    Re: anonymous

    Enough said. Thread closed
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