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Hacking and Security / Re: A female friend of mine gets stalked!
« on: July 14, 2013, 01:32:21 pm »
If she has a smartphone, just install a call blocker and block the number from calling and texts. I don't see a big problem here.

Calling the police might be a better idea if the calling retard is serious enough about kidnapping, but one may never know...

Java / Re: [Java Release] Mandelbrot set viewer
« on: July 13, 2013, 10:26:27 pm »
Damn these are some trippy images :) +1 to deque!

Found it on the Webs / Re: If ever there was an apple fanboi...
« on: July 13, 2013, 10:20:05 pm »
Sorry for the bump yo, but I just had to post this xD

Found it on the Webs / Re: Grand Theft Auto V: Official Gameplay
« on: July 13, 2013, 03:41:47 pm »
Well what can I say. The game looks damn amazing. GTA IV was amazing, this is even better! and it looks like it's going to be released on XBOX360 too, so FUCK YEAH!

Such threads bring tears of joy in my eyes :)

To contribute to this thread I'll post how I came to be here. I have mentioned it many times before, but here I go again.
I cannot remember exact years and dates when I joined so I'll omit those.

It was a period probably everyone went through, when they first came in contact with bypassing this and doing somewhat illegal (things they shouldn't be doing with computers) stuffs. Of course I had just enrolled in a new school more related to computing which was about 4 years ago, I received my first computer about 7 years ago but for few years I was only playing games... When I enrolled in a that school that was the period I somehow, can't remember how, became a member of hackforums, I was an active one there too. Can't bash the forum too much, it's where I began with all this.
The more I read and understood more things, the more I realize that hackforums is a bad place to be in.
Evilzone has existed for much longer before I even registered on hackforums but wasn't known that much and it was the period when evilzone was going through lots of changes with admins and conflicts and whatnot.
So, a year or two later a thread poped up on hackforums, it was by darkc0ke. He was assembling a team for... stuff. I was very active in that thread and got picked out for the team. Soon after the thread was closed, darkc0ke introduced me to a newly emerged forum, called 1nj3ct, that's where I first met my good buddies ande, IFailStuff, Satori, Hanorotu and others that are no longer active. As time flew by, I drifted away from hackforums and concentrated on 1nj3ct alone. I was made a moderator first and then an admin (or did I went straight to admin position? can't really remember).
The forum also had a great community which was really small for a long time, 1nj3ct period was the period I learned the most about where I should go next to grow but it wasn't long until 1nj3ct got closed down for reasons unknown, the forum lasted for about a year or two. It didn't come down tumbling down the hill, nope. It was rather a transition between 1nj3ct and evilzone of that time. Ande was an admin on evilzone (more or less) but had conflicts and stuff so he was one of the founders of 1nj3ct, when 1nj3ct was transitioned most of us fled to evilzone, the situation there has now cooled down. I met my good buddy Factionwars here when I first came as well.
I got this member position I am at now with time and since I joined evilzone few years ago (my account is registered in 2010 :P) I never wanted to leave, it was growing big and strong ever since...
My experience was a colorful one :)

Gah, I dislike writing stories, I suck at writing stories :/
And I hope I didn't say too much in there, if any admins feel it was too much you can redact the story :)

Members introduction / Re: hello i'm ldrago
« on: July 12, 2013, 10:49:45 pm »
Every journey starts from understanding english. So start "applying" that first.

Members introduction / Re: intro
« on: July 12, 2013, 10:42:21 pm »

Projects and Discussion / Re: [Guide] Which Language To Start With
« on: July 12, 2013, 06:27:08 pm »
Thanks for informative tutorial!  Is there any good site to start learning programming on because my college classes don't start for another year.  Also how do you remember code without forgetting it over a period of time?  I began with PHP and I had trouble remember is unless I practiced for 5 hours a day.

Oh hello. Looks like you know your stuffs, we like that in here :)
Welcome to the forums!

Members introduction / Re: hey!loving this place already!!
« on: July 11, 2013, 10:10:55 pm »
and you're also either a redneck or a really illiterate person. I like your intro, it's informative, but dude! learn some proper english grammar and spelling. Community frowns upon word abbreviations like the ones you frequently use, you don't capitalize letters, you end almost every sentence with lots of dots...

But you still get +1 from me because the intro is good, but not great :)

Now welcome to the forums. I am sure you will find some stuff that interests you.

Found it on the Webs / Re: An Unexpected Conversation with a Hacker
« on: July 11, 2013, 09:27:33 pm »
Quote from: the website
Me: What would your response be to someone who referred to you as a script kiddie? I ask this because I know a lot of web developers consider people who plant scripts on servers to be “script kiddies” and “wannabe hackers”. What would your response be to this?

V3R1T3: I’d prove my knowledge. I hate when people call me that. I’m a hacker who tries his best to fight for his own goals.

Yeah, he has a huge self-esteem. Gonna hack shit up just to prove he's not a skiddie.

Members introduction / Re: ohai!
« on: July 11, 2013, 05:29:31 pm »
Oh. My. GOD! :D where the hell have you been bro? welcome back bro :D but you might want to write more in your intro for those who don't know you and where you have been and what you had seen :)

General discussion / Re: What to do after installing ubuntu 12.04
« on: July 10, 2013, 09:41:48 pm »
That usually depends on what you want to do, but you could get some great gedit plugins:

and install Geany as a scripting IDE. It's basically Notepad++ for linux :)

General discussion / Re: What to do after installing ubuntu 12.04
« on: July 10, 2013, 08:00:52 pm »
What xires said + install gnome?

General discussion / Re: Prepaid cards not so anonymous.
« on: July 10, 2013, 09:23:33 am »
Oh I thought you were talking about prepaid mobile phone sim cards lol. Sorry :P

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