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Just another cracker!

overkill

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I put this out here to be diffrent, give ya something else to read besides all the other cool crap out there!

 

*** Really wanted to delete this because it sounds weak,but i think its a insight to people who are not like you!! ...My personal msg for crackers or coders or scene people..you might be something or someone to somebody out there who is got Nothing..you might be an idol, a hero. Shit when cats were naming super heros I was the kid naming crackers and scene groups..0days cats. ((regardless what anyone thinks)) I just put it out there.

 

I hope your not out there and thinking to yourself " im just a freakin coder bro, or a cracker or R.E.... grow up, move on, get a life.. 'get a real life'. If i'm judged because Im a fan of this scene of these groups, these people and your doing this for fun then whats the point of having an alias? To gain respect from others like you? maybe.
- mAYBE IM LOST. No one will read this or maybe I will just be flamed...I'm just putting it like this cats, I'm into bodybuilding as a hobby, I work at a major retailer...and know a tiny bit about R.E. but I think what you do is cool as shit, and would love to have half the knowledge you guys have forgot...
thanks for your time...
your friend Overkill^

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so, what? ehm. okay. i was in here and outa-gain


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tonyweb

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I don't understand why you are so aggressive ... really!

Reversers have fun with what they do and discover day by day ... gaining knowledge is a GREAT sensation!
For most of them reversing is an hobby, like bodybuilding for you ;)

Some thanks and reputation are appreciated ... as far as you appreciate compliments for your body shape.

Btw, most of us use alias because is cool: one can be Lupin, Leonardo di Caprio, Freezer, Mazinger, TheKingOfTheMountain, and so forth ... in which way using real names would make any difference? :)

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As kondosyah wrote, yeah, for some of us the real life is just a pain in the you-know-where ... so changing name and be someone else in the "scene" is a way to feel better and live better ... also in real life.

These are just my two cents

Regards,
Tony

 

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For someone like us,there are not much choice :P

And this is the best choice which make us feel happy :o Atleast for a moment

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bitter sweet ass vacation ..WHATS GOING ON..  howdy to all ya'll...

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Still here. 

Nothing change much.

Still boring

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overkill

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howdy brother...Im still searchin for my catz..

 

GREETZ

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CodeExplorer

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I was thinking of giving up on cracking programs or at least less cracking.
Building tutorials (RE - reversing engineering) and tools seems more attractive to me.
Knowledge is power!
 

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unavailable

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No problem, just wait

example, look at online carding, a year ago difficulty of carding is 10%. but nowaday 99% super very difficult even for expert. after 2 factor authentication by sms/phone/OTP, etc, online carding is 99% impossible. 

hacking website, year ago almost everyday i can hear news about some web hasbeen hacked. but now???

 

Now in desktop program. slow but sure. programmer migrate to dot net, which it the 3 compiler most easy to decompile. but...

but with some protection and or packer and or obfuscator, .net program imspossible to crack.

 

YES,  NOTHING IMPOSSIBLE to CRACK, but now almost all expert cracker in the world has disappear. I dont know why? Die? work at software corp? give up? economic problem?

 

and other factor is generation!

I am not doubt for Codex, lcf, and other senior in cracker world.

but new generation, like me, ah looser.

 

 

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CodeExplorer

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@unavailable:
Don't give up! The success is by perseverance!!
Cracking is a long process.

I lost my interest on cracking programs, but I will still make some RE tools and try to help people the way I can.
 

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collins

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:thumbsup:    to CC.

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TheMind

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time factor maybe...I got an interest on reversing sometime 6 yrs ago but work schedule is pushing me away. I still remember the old days where a good site (astatalk) emerge and helping each other.

Yes, reversing is a long process, if you put space on the process then you'll be lost just like me, been idle in re for so many years..

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abdelhamid

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am just a beginner , and believe me... Reverse Engineering is taking a huge part in my personal life
i wanna be that professional cracker ! programmer , i need to learn more and more
i won't stop what am doing because i love it ! from deep of my heart
this is not just a hobby for me , its a way of thinking .

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Arttomov

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To Someone likes to solve crossword, somebody likes to play chess.
I like RE because I need to strain my brain like when I solve a crossword, think and analyze like when I play chess.

After every cracking, I get a moral satisfaction, I'm happy with my success, success in cracking my friends.
I'm glad when I receive a message from the developers, where they are grateful for cracking  of their program and promise to eliminate the hole in the protection of the program in the next release.
I thank everyone who writes articles about RE, makes tutorials, new tools, shares my knowledge with others.

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