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GUIDE TO mostly HARMLESS HACKING Beginners Series 2 Section 3 Hacking from Windows 3x 95 and NT This lesson will tell you how armed with even the lamest of on-line services such as America Online and the Windows 95 operating system you can do some fairly serious Internet hacking -- today In this lesson we will learn how to Use secret Windows 95 DOS commands to track down and port surf computers used by famous on-line service providers Telnet to computers that will let you use the invaluable hacker tools of whois nslookup and dig Download hacker tools such as port scanners and password crackers designed for use with Windows Use Internet Explorer to evade restrictions on what programs you can run on your school or work computers Yes I can hear jericho and Rogue Agent and all the other Super Duper hackers on this list laughing Ill bet already they have quit reading this and are furiously emailing me flames and making phun of me in 2600 meetings Windows hacking Pooh Tell seasoned hackers that you use Windows and they will laugh at you Theyll tell you to go away and dont come back until youre armed with a shell account or some sort of Unix on your PC Actually I have long shared their opinion Shoot most of the time hacking from Windoze is like using a 1969 Volkswagon to race against a dragster using one of VP Racings high-tech fuels But there actually is a good reason to learn to hack from Windows Some of your best tools for probing and manipulating Windows networks are found only on Windows NT Furthermore with Win 95 you can practice the Registry hacking that is central to working your will on Win NT servers and the networks they administer In fact if you want to become a serious hacker you eventually
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