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How do you use command prompt?

Psycho18

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I've been trying to access my files using command prompt and expand my knowledge of hacking into a networked computer. Any of you master hackers want to help a noob such as me? I will appreciate it greatly. Thank you.
 

TitanDiddly

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I try to stay away from obvious neffing like this, but I really think that this occasion calls for it:

0wned.
 

Psycho18

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Why am I 0wned? I ask a question about accessing my files using command prompt and expand my knowledge of hacking. That doesnt mean that I hack, but I'm trying to learn :p
 

Psycho18

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Originally posted by: CorporateRecreation
Hacking what?
Example:
I'm trying to execute files using command prompt. Such as my C++ programs. I dont know how to do it though. I type C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Desktop\CPRG. It gives me "C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Desktop\CPRG is not recognized as an internal or external command, operabe program or batch file."
 

Platypus

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Originally posted by: Psycho14
Originally posted by: CorporateRecreation
Hacking what?
Example:
I'm trying to execute files using command prompt. Such as my C++ programs. I dont know how to do it though. I type C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Desktop\CPRG. It gives me "C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Desktop\CPRG is not recognized as an internal or external command, operabe program or batch file."
Wait, so running an executable is considered hacking these days?
 

boyRacer

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Originally posted by: CorporateRecreation
Originally posted by: Psycho14
Originally posted by: CorporateRecreation
Hacking what?
Example:
I'm trying to execute files using command prompt. Such as my C++ programs. I dont know how to do it though. I type C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Desktop\CPRG. It gives me "C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Desktop\CPRG is not recognized as an internal or external command, operabe program or batch file."
Wait, so running an executable is considered hacking these days?
That makes me sooooooooooooooo 1337...
 

Psycho18

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All I'm asking for is help, nothing more. I'm getting flamed just because I typed Hacking?
 

atom

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1. Open command prompt in windows and type "telnet <remote ip address>"
2. Once you're connected type in username "root" and password "god".
3. Once you're at the prompt again type "hack <your IP address>" and it will begin transferring all critical data from the remote computer to your PC.
 

Platypus

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Ok, CPRG is a folder, so you'll need to run a file from inside that, not the folder itself.
 

MacBaine

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Originally posted by: CorporateRecreation
Ok, CPRG is a folder, so you'll need to run a file from inside that, not the folder itself.
Yeah, just hack into that folder and hack the files.
 

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