Where to learn

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  1. Tron

    Tron Veteran Hacker

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    Where's a good start to learning how to hack in general? Like how to make your own hack for games and stuff? I need a new hobby, and this seems like a really fun one.
    I see people mention stuff like Python, Ddos, DOS, VPN, but I don't think this is the place for that kind of stuff, though it be cool to learn the basics of those too.
     

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  2. Nietzsche

    Nietzsche United States Боже, форум храни!

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    You might get someone on here to teach you Python, but I don't suggest getting someone here to teach you Distributed Denial of Service.


    Anyways, pick up a C++ book from your local library or Amazon.
     
  3. Tron

    Tron Veteran Hacker

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    Please, put this in words for an average person; What is C++? Where am I suppose to find someone here who can teach me Python and where did He/She learn Python?
     
  4. Nietzsche

    Nietzsche United States Боже, форум храни!

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    Don't bother with Python. It's a silly language, and I'd imagine that he/she learned Python from either a book, a class, and/or through applied practice.
     
  5. AdKuro

    AdKuro Game Killer

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    Fuck good luck man..

    that was in words for an average person.

    C++ is the name of the language.

    Learn from books and practice.
     
  6. 0HITK0

    0HITK0 Canada Veteran Hacker

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    It's best to start off with some kind of general instruction, i.e. a textbook, classes irl, etc. This will give you a comprehensive base of knowledge to apply to different situations.

    There are also forums out there for these purposes, although they generally lean towards hacking in general, i.e. remote access, keylogging, SQL injections, etc.

    If you just want applied practice, there are great websites out there that walk you through various programming languages, including C++ and Java.

    Good luck :)
     

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