HACKERS REPUBLIC

HACKERS ARE GREAT PROGRAMMERS

This can be open to interpretation. Although, surely in contrary to the labeling of the media.
A hacker is one who experiments and tinkers with computers day and night to stretch the capabilities
of the machine to do wonderful things. A hacker is one
who can do amazing things with computers which everyone can't.

Dennis M. Ritchie, Linus Torvalds,Steve jobs & Sir
Tim Berners Lee (who brought us the internet)
Steve Wozniak, James Goslin, Alan Cox, B.Gates
(Love him or hate him). Richard Stallman, Prof
Andrew Tanenbaum,Rasmus Lerdurf......
are few amongst the legion of great hackers.

This Group is for you, if you love Computers, Programmings, codes and you are looking to take your level of understanding to greater heights.
For members a good knowledge of programming and
a fair understanding of secure coding would be great, but if not You are always welcome, come and share what you know.

If you are curious about for example:-
- Viruses, what they are and how they are written
- why it is important to free() any malloc()-ed memory area
- why printf(string) is a security bug
- what a buffer overflow is and why it happens
- what an access control matrix is
- various forms of attacks, Sql, code,XSS...
- What privilege escalation is and much more...

In fact most computing or Hacking issue, then you are at the right place.We are here to primarily discuss about computers, programming, algorithms, security,hacking (Attack / Defense) etc

The way businesses need to secure information has reached a new level. So it is no longer enough to secure your data, you need to secure your code that uses that data.

We will share share and gain knowledge, we will discuss network issues:
firewalls, authentication, VPN's, honey pots, intrusion detection,system audits, remote logging, physical security and other relevant
techniques to keep networks safe.
1.-> Server Security, Router Security, ADS, DNS
2.-> MCSE,MCSA,MCP,CCNA,CCSA,CCNP,CCSE,MCT etc

RULES OF POSTING:

- Do not ask how to hack YAHOO, AOL, HOTMAIL,
GMAIL. REDIFFf, etc
- Appropriate subject for every topic is a must
- Please do not "ask to ask", just directly ask your questions and provide
relevant details.

HOW TO ASK QUESTIONS:

Read here: http://pastebin.com/4n8kF0q4