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Let Me Introduce Myself

Let Me Introduce Myself

Hi everyone

This is something that I should've done the first day but hey...better later than never right?

So...I'm a 16 years old aspiring hacker , i'm not a beginner but i'm definitely not a pro/elite hacker like sir OTW or Phoenix750 but that's what i am aiming at...reach the top, but until then i would be very happy if anyone of you could correct me if i make a mistake or if i am wrong about one of my posts...I like to learn new things so don't hesitate when it's about correcting me

My knowledge is: Python, HTML, PHP, C# (work in progress) and i have always used Linux based OSs so I know them well enough (especially Backtrack ...then i moved to Kali and now i am using Parrot OS)

Thanks!

Regards,

ThE-FiXeR

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Welcome to Null Byte! Should you have any questions, feel free to PM me, OTW, or any of the Null Byte fellows!

-Phoenix750

Posting on the forums is also good. I do like it when there is a well asked question there.

Hm. Can you program/code, Flex?

Yes ...I added my knowledge to the post ;)
Thanks

Dude im 15 years old, 16 in november. I have only learned c++ this year, and i have school to to work on too.

And i was just wondering how the fck do you already know that much!
when did you start getting into all this, and how much time did you spend on the diffrent language?

Well...i come home after school...i do my homework and then i start my Parrot OS and i spend all the rest of my days reading and hacking....my curiosity pushes me but this has a cost...i don't have any friend :|

You need to spend time on languages if you want to learn them...oh and i also speak French italian and well...english of course...Remember if you want you can ;)

P.S. there are people at my age that know much more than me...

I am a little younger than you and I know a little less than you and I can tell you it's true, you can learn everything you can. I know Italian and English as well, but i am unfamiliar with French (I am a native Portuguese language speaker) and I've learned them simply cause I can.

If you dedicate yourself enough, everything is doable.

As a young hacker myself, I have to agree.

-Phoenix750

Btw Blackcat you should be more impressed by Phoenix750 than me because he knows more things than me and he has my same age...there you got it..an example that shows how ages don't matter in this kind of things

Congrats guys, i am also 16 yo but i only know html and some basic knowledge about computers, i am realy sad about that, i also dont have friends but i dont have knowledge like you guys, i should start learning soon. :(

Very good!Keep studying!
--------DAGONCHU

Welcome to Null Byte!
Don't esitate to ask and enjoy the stay!

Greetings from Portugal, can you tell me the major point to change my Kali.deb to Parrot.deb?

To be honest sir there is no major reason to switch from Kali to Parrot
Because they share the same tools and they're both based on debian
The only important change is the look...Parrot looks very different from Kali

Very untrue.... ParrotSec OS has less tools than Kali Linux 1.0/2.0. If you're just looking for a cool design, don't even bother to become a hacker and just become a Web Developer. Second, if you know C#/PHP, I think you should make tutorials in them... They'd help (Maybe).

I don't use all the tools present in Parrot so i don't know if they are the same ones that Kali has but you're probably right because when i first installed Parrot i noticed that Metasploit and SET were missing...however they are downloadable from the official repositories

(sudo apt-get install set and sudo apt-get install metasploit-framework or something like that)

I also noticed that Parrot has some different tools for example Anonsurf...i know that it's more of a script than a tool but i think that it's a tool anyway...there's also Pandora's Box...and a couple of few others

Btw i suppose that all the tools present in Kali can be downloaded in Parrot with apt-get install or aptitude install

So with that said...they have the same tools (even if you have to download them they are there...in the repositories waiting to be installed)

When you download the full ISO of Parrot, you get all the tools present in Kali without the need to apt-get anything.

-Phoenix750

Welcome to Null-Byte! I'm glad to hear you have scripting skills, they should come in useful soon!

-Defalt

Thank you!
I have a question about scripting.,,.should i learn Linux script too? I mean is it useful?

Well, since the hacker's preferable environment is Linux, every piece of knowledge about it is useful.

Parrot vs Kali? Just wondering your opinions?

Robyn

I don't have a lot to say..I Think that both are user friendly with their new 2.0 versions but Kali... has more tools...and that's it nothing else because they have almost exactly the same functions...Maybe Parrot focuses a bit more on esthetic ...

I like Parrot. Though I also liked Kali before Kali 2.0. Maybe the next version of Kali will change my mind.

-Phoenix750

i want to welcome you too, but its just funny for me that all black-hat friends that i got when they first introduced themselves to me they said they were 16 years old too(90% of them), so i dont trust anyone with this self introduction anymore, but i hope that aint your case, coz i know all these tricks from my friends...

hacked by Mr_nakup3nda...

i am not a black hat....i am a grey hat (and i am proud to be it)

thats cool, i think the majority of people here on null-byte would say the same, except those professionals, for me its just like nationality, race and religions, sometimes i just dont care about this classifications, im hacker and i think thats all, coz sometimes i feel like i have to crash or deface some websites that are running stuffs that affects my people or innocent people , websites like child pornography, traffic of anything ilegal,oppressive governments, dark corporations, i dont care to act without any permission, being ethical sometimes is not my option neither gey-hat, make me feel like im afraid of something, so i dont know how to classify myself, but i try my best to do not act as black-hat, but anyway welcome to null-byte, wish to see more from you..

cheers

hacked by Mr__Nakup3nda

Yeah. Sometimes ethicality has to sorta leave the equation.

I think that's called Hacktivism. So I'd say you're a hacktivist.

It is, but hacktivism is a form of grey-hat activity.

Though it depends on who you ask. Here is how I view it:

White hat: a hacker who does things only if he is permitted by his government to do so. White hats often do things like hacking foreign nations to defend theirs or track down criminals.

Grey hat: The same as the white hat, except he does things when he believes it needs to be done. Grey hats are also never affraid to turn the gun to their government or the company they are working for, if they believe they are doing wrong. Basically, a grey hat is a hacker who dares to do illegal things for the right reasons.

Black hat: hackers who only hack for personal gain. These types of hackers are usually the most skilled, and always operate against the law.

Again, this is my view of the hacker culture. There are no solid defenitions of the 3 types of hackers.

I myself am a white hat most of the time because I try to stay on the good side of the law whenever I can. But if the need arises, I won't be affraid to do grey-hat things.

-Phoenix750

i'm no hacktivist

Then you are a grey hat. A grey hat is a hacker who does illegal things for the right reasons. I consider myself a white hat with quite a few grey tints.

-Phoenix750

You're right, there's no single definition for any of the terms, especially grey hat. There's like 50 shades of them or something.

TRT

hello,my name is varun ,and i want to know how to the operations that can be done by our windows command prompt .thank you

Hi and welcome ! While you can't really hack from a windows machine, you might find this series interesting. You can also run some tools in perl, python, php, c, from the windows cmd but I really encourage you to look into linux. It's easy to setup a live version without affecting your normal setup, and you will be learning the real deal.

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