help me learn how to hack a lil. any one i could use your help/.
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Get a programming a book, I suggest to start from C, and hack away, if by the term hack you mean hack not crack, if you are here after the second case you better off look for help somewhere else not here.
If you want to be a hacker read the info at the posted url, if you want to be a cracker go read the alt.2600 newsgroup and get ready to do 5 to 10 in the slammer after finding out your not smart as you thought you are. quote by Eric Steven Raymond
we dont know what you are talking about, are you talking about hacking the kernel as in programming?or hacking as in compromising systems. if its the latter there are stickies here with alot of information about security,.
If you plan on being a cracker, noone is going to help you. Hacking can be just changing system setting that weren't suppose to be. You don't have to access other peoples computers and screw them up. Also just read books, don't ask people to tell you. Most people that hack have spent hours on hours reading about programming and testing everything.