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How many of you are hacker
#13
yes we all very very good hakers
#14
What exactly do you classify as a "hacker" ?
#15
(11-21-2017, 12:38 AM)ThatOneGuyThere Wrote:  What exactly do you classify as a "hacker" ?

The real question here. What counts?

I can write code (badly) but it's not relevant to my use of this website, and to be honest I'm here out of curiosity more than anything. I wouldn't be surprised of a lot of people here are just technically minded individuals interested in technology in general and see this as one more use of it.

Pushing the limits as it were.
#16
no one, i thing all are checker haha
#17
(11-21-2017, 12:51 AM)AlexSavageOMFG Wrote:  
(11-21-2017, 12:38 AM)ThatOneGuyThere Wrote:  What exactly do you classify as a "hacker" ?

The real question here. What counts?

I can write code (badly) but it's not relevant to my use of this website, and to be honest I'm here out of curiosity more than anything. I wouldn't be surprised of a lot of people here are just technically minded individuals interested in technology in general and see this as one more use of it.

Pushing the limits as it were.

Regardless, I wouldn't consider myself a "hacker". I just started to learn a programming language and all I can do non related to that is the most basic account cracking & dox'ing.
#18
(11-21-2017, 01:03 AM)ThatOneGuyThere Wrote:  
(11-21-2017, 12:51 AM)AlexSavageOMFG Wrote:  
(11-21-2017, 12:38 AM)ThatOneGuyThere Wrote:  What exactly do you classify as a "hacker" ?

The real question here. What counts?

I can write code (badly) but it's not relevant to my use of this website, and to be honest I'm here out of curiosity more than anything. I wouldn't be surprised of a lot of people here are just technically minded individuals interested in technology in general and see this as one more use of it.

Pushing the limits as it were.

Regardless, I wouldn't consider myself a "hacker". I just started to learn a programming language and all I can do non related to that is the most basic account cracking & dox'ing.

Yeah I get that. When you have time though I'd definitely recommend learning, not so you can crack anything or hack but because it's genuinely a really useful skill to have that can pay very well.
#19
(11-21-2017, 12:51 AM)InterestingDuck Wrote:  
(11-21-2017, 12:38 AM)ThatOneGuyThere Wrote:  What exactly do you classify as a "hacker" ?

The real question here. What counts?

I can write code (badly) but it's not relevant to my use of this website, and to be honest I'm here out of curiosity more than anything. I wouldn't be surprised of a lot of people here are just technically minded individuals interested in technology in general and see this as one more use of it.

Pushing the limits as it were.

This describes me. (except the writing code badly part Biggrin )
#20
who will really answer this truthfully?
#21
i was for a hacker halloween
#22
anonymoose nebver fotgives never fogrets
#23
lmao ima leet hacxer

i don't know why people call anyone in IT a "hacker". And another question why do you ask this if you know that no one ever tell the truth?

oh oh
we are a legion.

:)
#24
How many will answer "Yes i do".. for real ..
 


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