General information about the author and the site.
About This Site
I was a newbie once, too. It's not easy. With my years of hacking experience, I simply wanted to create a friendly resource which would allow intermediate programmers (ones who know HTML) to learn how to hack. Years of work and research are compiled into this one resource, and I'm proud of that.
I wrote this page entirely in Windows Notepad, none of that uber-lame, pretty Frontpage crap. Everything you see here is raw-coded HTML written in the best editor. The images, however, were made in Adobe Photoshop 7.0.
|Favorite Bands:||Linkin Park, Three Days Grace, Nickelback, and Hoobastank.|
|Favorite Movies:||The Matrix, The Matrix Reloaded, The Matrix Revolutions. Real hacking movies.|
|OS (Operating System):||Windows Vista|
|Other Information:||Click here for more information about this site.|
While growing up, I've always been into technology. I began playing video games a lot. Then one day in middle school, I was grounded from my xBox for failing my PE class. That's when I decided to learn how to hack. I spent countless hours learning how, then one day I hacked into my school's mainframe and changed my grade. I've been a 4.0 student since. Even in history.
I have a couple people to thank for where I am today. First, I would like to thank my partner hacker, dividesbyzer0, for providing me with some of the resources and training I needed to get this site where it is today. Dividesbyzer0 is without a doubt one of the most skilled hackers I have ever met. If you have to pick your enemies, don't pick him. He's a master at Visual Basic and Telnet.
Secondly and most importantly, I would like to thank my networking professor, Creighton Magers (Pronounced Maggerz), for teaching me everything I know about networking. Most of my work written on this page was a result from taking his class. He also taught me how to use Microsoft Word and Excel. Professor Magers is an expert with all versions of the Microsoft Windows operating system. He lives and dies by it, so if you have a question regarding Windows, or just want to share his passion, I suggest you contact him.
PLEASE READ THE FAQ BEFORE E-MAILING ME! I hate it when I'm asked the same questions over and over again. There have been too many times where I have lost it and hacked people who don't bother reading the answer beforehand. Don't put yourself in this situation. You've been warned.
You can contact me anytime through my gmail account. I never sleep, so I will probably get back to you really fast. A true hacker is always quick on his feet.