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    All of you need to... research the difference between hacking and cracking, For example someone asked Can anyone hack nasa? well yes they can if they are asked to by nasa themselfs. if you would of asked... Can anyone crack nasa? then it would make more sence. because what you all refer to a hacker is someone cool who knows alot about computers and hacks into computer systems illegally to get data like peoples msn accounts, well this is incorrect what your refering to is a cracker. cracking is illegal, hacking isnt. hackers are computer literate people who are employed by a company to test their security systems by trying to hack them (with permission) Crackers do this for fun just to try and exploit the secuity features, so dont get all mixxed up. i know some of you will know this but by looking on the forum so far i have noticed that alot of you dont, so read my post and understand it. if you dont belive me even search google. hacking/cracking will do or search defo's

    thank you if you've read this and i would be happy to hear your replys.

    Thanks

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    hah, even i didnt know that befor lat week. but i bet most of ppl here r novices and know liitle abt comp. programming..that's why htey r here to ask for help..if it can be called that..though i m sure its noone's gf or sister or mother they claim to be haha. But anyways i still wanna know is their any cracker arnd..lolz that sounds funnyy

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    Hacker - A slang term for a computer enthusiast. Among professional programmers, the term hacker implies an amateur or a programmer who lacks formal training. Depending on how it used, the term can be either complimentary or derogatory, although it is developing an increasingly derogatory connotation. The pejorative sense of hacker is becoming more prominent largely because the popular press has co-opted the term to refer to individuals who gain unauthorised access to computer systems for the purpose of stealing and corrupting data. Hackers, themselves, maintain that the proper term for such individuals is cracker.

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    i have experience in web based "cracking" i used to use programs to exploit things , for the kids things like habbohotel and abit of cokemusic then i moved to writing my own apps for smaller projects like exploiting php source and mysql database information i know C very well and php+mysql i am a pro at ya'll may call me a computer geek but i dont mind i dont even try to crack hotmail or yahoo or micorosft because it will be patched sooner or later.

    thanks, Rogue

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