java's the beginner language.
then you realize how utterly shitty and bloated it is
c/c++ are way beyond in terms of performance, but it comes with a much higher learning curve and basic intelligence requirement. but sometimes you need to develop quicker, so then java or whatever.
assembly. is. still. the god.
everyone will deny, but it's still the monster performance king.
scares everyone away because you have to think.
>assembly. is. still. the god.
>everyone will deny, but it's still the monster performance king.
>scares everyone away because you have to think.
I thought hacking was really cool until I figured out that 90% of it is just tricking people into giving you their login info or to download some malicious software, not actually breaking in to networks.
this is where it gets interesting. most people shrug off assembly because it's gone by the wayside for more polished languages. most heuristics and detection don't even go down to a low enough level to find some a lot of what you're doing.
by no means is someone going to write a larger piece of code with assembly. we're talking about finding holes here. laugh it up idiot, you don't even know it's happening
The higher level stuff has you penetrate networks through open ports, packet sniffing, or like you said social engineering, the stuff like please download this to get a free Ipad is realllly low lvl script kiddie shit.
I hacked the GIBSON! (And got away with it)
Hey OP here, this thread ran out of course. I just wanted to answer serious questions and not to explain every one of you am i Hacker or not, so PLEASE just ask me direct stuff like how to hack this, how to hack that
>i've DDOSed bangbros servers from multiple IPs
>i've DDOSed bangbros servers
>i've DDOSed bangbros
Somebody made fake account
just google "free proxy list"
ill fucking kill you -_-
and A LOT more
minix is way batter
what did you hacked?
what did you study to learn your skillset?
Thats a private class ip address. Which you cannot use unless you include a port address and a source / destination public ip address or include your bgp as number to the isp it is routed to. <- why no one knows if china is actually the country attacking usa servers.