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There is an abundance of unreleased eminem music floating around. Honestly, his best stuff is not on his records. Like the underground shit from back in the day about JaRule, Benzino, Whitey Ford, etc.

You missed the Slim Shady LP, and his very first CD from infinite records.

He had beef with Whitey Ford? That's a new one to me.

When I worked at Subway I had user level access to the computer in the back. I could get in the admin account because they left the default password. And actually used it a few times to print off applications for people.

But the only thing I did on that system was telnet into IRC and chat with people, or watch ASCII StarWars cause boredom. Don't be stupid.

Hacking and Security / Re: So I Decided to go for it
« on: May 05, 2015, 03:40:39 pm »
To be honest, it isn't "so" much about the knowledge you get from certs, it's the paper they give you. Most learning is either on the job or on your own because you enjoy it. The issue is, which paper you get.

We at EZ could give a course or two on hacking and security, charge $250 a pop and give you a piece of paper after you pay us and say you read the shit we send out for the course, but if you take that paper to a job or an employer you'll be laughed at. It's just like accredited colleges vs some online shit like University of Phoenix or that Art Institute crap.

Anyone can hand out 'papers' if you give them money, what matters is who gives them out and the people wanting to know (employers).

Truth of the matter is, if you have a passion for it, you will seek the knowledge anyway. In this field everything you could possibly have to learn is out there and free for you to learn. All the knowledge known about it is free and for public consumption, the only things that aren't free and out to public is the things you haven't found yet, such as a new exploit or a new attack vector or a way around something that hasn't been discovered.

Hacking and Security / Re: So I Decided to go for it
« on: May 05, 2015, 01:28:49 pm »
Tell me you didn't just fork over $250 on this.

Members introduction / Re: Greets
« on: April 29, 2015, 04:02:36 pm »
To be honest, I had typed up a whole half page worth of response, quoting people and claiming ande as part of Illuminati and shit. But, then I realized that I don't care. I gave up on intros a long time ago. If op even sticks around long enough for me to remember he is a member with something legit to say or teach or add to this board.

Good luck fag. Around here, you either die a skid, or live long enough to become VIP or some shit.

Also, Dr. M0rph is waiting for you. Please proceed to the labeled room for newcomers.

Android / Re: AIDE IDE - Android on-device IDE
« on: April 24, 2015, 08:16:47 am »
You have to pay a subscription to use it effectively.  You can't even save a file without paying. Plus it uses notifications to push you to buy its shit.

Hacking newbies / Re: best free host site for phishing?
« on: April 23, 2015, 09:15:56 am »
Log into your router or gateway and look for something called a DMZ then turn that on. Then host the phishing page on your own computer. You wont have to worry about logging or spending money or anything since your doing it yourself. I have a feeling your only targeting a small number of people anyway so you don't need to buy expensive server space, our computer should handle at least 50 connections or more.

After you set up your DMZ and everything is ready to go, go to and link us the address it gives you. We can double check and make sure things are set up the way you need before trying it on your friends or who ever.

We have some of the best hackers here kitoliwa, we'll try and help where we can.


Projects and Discussion / Re: School project ideas
« on: April 21, 2015, 03:31:54 pm »
Do you think a currency converter program would be a good school project(High school). The program will include  features like:
1) A nicely designed GUI with a custom logo.
2) The program will covert from any currency to any currency in the world.
3) Maybe a website to sell the program.(60% of the money made from the sales has to go to a charity foundation as declared by the school but take note that this is only the first 2 months then all money transfers to me :D .)
4) Will work on any OS

So what do you guys think, is it eligible for a school project.
note: If I fail at this project, I will not obtain the IB certificate and I will be forced to re take the whole entire year.

Ohhh I forgot to write this down but the program will be written in C++.

Staff note: Double postin' fgt, edit yo posts.

1) If your an art or design major this is no problem, bust as your posting here on a hacking forum, Social Engineer a friend in the filed to do it for you.

2) Very simply math, simpler so if you use Googles API, make money of the big dogs right?

3) Sell a program, that takes no less than a single line of what google, or even microsoft offers for free in search terms alone, not to mention that their vast network doing "your work/math for free in milliseconds", and charge a premium? Good luck. Might bag some old ladies who think AOL is their ISP bro. Market is dropping with them as we speak.

4) You are no where near what devs want in an OS, make your own and see how that fares or GTFO of that realm noob. Baby steps bro, let your slacks fill with shit a few times before you think you'll be on a dev team of an OS. Unless it's your "own os", take that shit to reddit then and let the hammer out the stains "bro".

5) Yeah, code the fuck out of it, make it worth the while for th older folks, who can't read and only see fuckin colors at this point. You are bleeding a dying market. The scams and spam wont matter in 5 or 10 years. This is no longer the "age of the internet" tactics will die out just as pone phreaking.

The core to anyone here and anyone who reads and even old fags and current members that want to live on, our days are numbered. Learn what is now. or perish like the brown box.

General discussion / Re: Schools or Certs?
« on: April 19, 2015, 08:04:37 am »
Unless you work for geek squad at best buy lmfao

Which used to require an A+ cert, until they ran out of people. The only reason it isn't require anymore is because they couldn't staff people.So anyone that thinks they know what they are doing get the job. People who actually know what they are doing get the boot.

Yes, I applied to geek squad and they turned me down. I knew too much and couldn't get the job. I applied, was turned down because and I quote here, "You know too much about this stuff, you would out perform the people already working. We would have to pay you more because your abilities out perform what we want." "I'm sorry, your too over qualified to work here."

Da fuq.... Yes, words from BestBuy.

On another note I went there with my grandma trying to get her a PC. The reason they gave is to why they couldn't put Windows 7 on a PC is because, and quote, "the codec pack wont support the current drivers set in the hardware".......................................

General discussion / Re: Schools or Certs?
« on: April 19, 2015, 05:37:53 am »
I agree mostly with what has been posted. But I would like to add, if your going to go the school route go somewhere accredited. There is a community college here that offers a 2 year associates degree that employers like because they go through Cisco and Cisco academy.

If it's just some random votec school then no. If it is sponsored or at least uses personal corporate grade instructions, then sure why not. You usually get some certs via the school anyway.

All in all, it's about knowledge base and what you know and how well you can learn and apply your skills.

You will need A+ no matter what. People will not higher you if you don't have it. A+ allows you to handle hardware and do physical things. You have to have it in order to even handle equipment most places.

Hacking newbies / Re: Learning C or Python
« on: April 18, 2015, 06:50:41 am »
This question has been asked many many times here and also other places. The answer is always the same as seen here.

The correct answer. Yes.
The answer given. Maybe.
The answer you want. No.

Asking this question is like asking I want to bake a cake. I want my cake to taste good. I want my cake to be liked by others. Should I do an angel cake with a lot of frosting or make German chocolate with peanut butter glaze.

The answer will always be, make a cake. Pick one, who cares. Bake both, see which one you like more, then continue baking it because you like it and want t eat more.

Code is no different. Your not coding to make money, or because it is what a boss or senior developer told you to use. You are doing it at this point in your life because you want to. Pick one you like and just do it.

Because suggestions have been given and because there is no right answer this topic is being locked. The only right answer will be either: A) The one suited for the task. B) The one you like most. C) The one your boss tells you to use.


General discussion / Re: How many do you want to use
« on: April 18, 2015, 03:22:14 am »
Only one, but it's 46inch and 1080p.

Networking / Re: Pentesting my DMZ
« on: April 12, 2015, 02:38:38 am »
If you don't understand networking you should learn the basics at least. Read this book. Trying to explain this stuff to someone who doesn't know anything is a huge pain in the ass and will yield no results. Do us all a favor and learn a bit before hassling us with this shit.

General discussion / Re: Cookies
« on: April 10, 2015, 08:04:47 am »
This doesn't need to be sticky. It is restarted enough with out special attention.

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