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How do you use command prompt?

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propellerhead

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Originally posted by: CorporateRecreation<br
Wait, so running an executable is considered hacking these days?
Bwahahahaha! That's up there with calling Honda Civics "race cars".
 

bsmithy

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Oct 24, 2003
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Originally posted by: MacBaine
expand my knowledge of hacking into a networked computer
I stopped reading right there. Go punch yourself in the mouth.
i think we should teach the man how to hack

if he lacks the basic initiative/intelligence to figure dos/command prompt then he's not gonna do much damage is he :p
 

Apathetic

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Dec 23, 2002
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Knowing how to use the command line won't necessarilly (sp?) help you "hack" any one or anything. If you want to learn, find an old DOS reference and/or open a command prompt and then type "help". Find a command you're interested in (e.g. XCOPY) and then type "help xcopy" to learn about it. Rinse. Repeat ad nauseum.

Dave
 

Shawn

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format c: /u /y

edit: forgot to mention, do this on your home computer. it'll let you hack from there.
 

DT4K

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9/10 for your joke thread Psycho.
You got a couple to bite.
 

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