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Except that I am an accomplished hacker so..
Not sure you're aware of this, but scriptkiddies aren't "accomplished hackers" by any means.
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not sure you're aware of this, but scriptkiddies aren't "accomplished hackers" by any means.
lol...
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rapping in a chair makes him look like a paraplegic.
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Your credibility is only as good as your word, and by statistical analysis of your posting history, one can conclude you lack such. Thus, anyone can say they are accomplished at something without producing proof. Not to mention, "accomplished" is a relative term. Pulling up task manager isn't hacking.
I've completed 3 contracts for a very large company all based around reverse engineering their software and network protocols (without souce code or help) for security related exploits. All 3 contracts were worth $3,000 USD each. Not a lot of money, but it's enough that I can call myself an accomplished hacker on an internet forum.
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I've completed 3 contracts for a very large company all based around reverse engineering their software and network protocols (without souce code or help) for security related exploits. All 3 contracts were worth $3,000 USD each. Not a lot of money, but it's enough that I can call myself an accomplished hacker on an internet forum.
Um...I have no idea why I'm jumping into the middle of this...but I do have to point out:

A) Being a security expert does not necessarily imply that you are an "accredited" hacker (if such a thing exists). I'm on the internet every day, does that make me a webmaster? I play video games several times a week, am I a pro gamer? Just because there is synergy between two things does not imply a direct relationship.

B) I typically spend over a million dollars a year on IT contractors of all shapes and sizes. In my experience, a $3000 contract is at most 30 hours of work for this level of contractor, and probably significantly less. So you are either the most underpaid "security expert" in America; or your "reverse engineering" was much simpler than you are trying to make out, allowing you to get it done really, really fast. I'll let you choose which of those two scenarios you like better.
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Um...I have no idea why I'm jumping into the middle of this...but I do have to point out:

A) Being a security expert does not necessarily imply that you are an "accredited" hacker (if such a thing exists). I'm on the internet every day, does that make me a webmaster? I play video games several times a week, am I a pro gamer? Just because there is synergy between two things does not imply a direct relationship.

B) I typically spend over a million dollars a year on IT contractors of all shapes and sizes. In my experience, a $3000 contract is at most 30 hours of work for this level of contractor, and probably significantly less. So you are either the most underpaid "security expert" in America; or your "reverse engineering" was much simpler than you are trying to make out, allowing you to get it done really, really fast. I'll let you choose which of those two scenarios you like better.

ROFL. Owned.
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Um...I have no idea why I'm jumping into the middle of this...but I do have to point out:

A) Being a security expert does not necessarily imply that you are an "accredited" hacker (if such a thing exists). I'm on the internet every day, does that make me a webmaster? I play video games several times a week, am I a pro gamer? Just because there is synergy between two things does not imply a direct relationship.
I said accomplished, not accredited as you quoted me as saying..

The contracts clearly use the terms "hack", "hacking", "and hackers" to explain my purpose/job. Also, your webmaster and pro gamer analogies are crap simply because in either case, should you earn money, then the answer would be yes, defeating your argument. If someone played a video game in 3 tournaments, won 1st place, and took home $3,000 each time, then yes, that is a pro gamer.

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B) I typically spend over a million dollars a year on IT contractors of all shapes and sizes. In my experience, a $3000 contract is at most 30 hours of work for this level of contractor, and probably significantly less. So you are either the most underpaid "security expert" in America; or your "reverse engineering" was much simpler than you are trying to make out, allowing you to get it done really, really fast. I'll let you choose which of those two scenarios you like better.
1) I hack for a hobby, for fun, not for money. They pay me an average of less than $20/hour and I am quite happy with that. I used to do it for free until I became such good friends with people in the industry they offered me a bit of cash.

2) My level of reverse engineering software would be expert. I know of few people who have more skill than I, I reverse malware from sites such as offensivecomputing.net, I've built tools used by other experts to aid in reversing, written articles posted on major websites, and I have several unknown Windows exploits I use in my software to protect it against reversing. Methods that are more powerful than any other known anti-reverse techniques. I'm not even in the IT industry in any way either, in fact the longest job I've had is driving a truck longhaul on the highways. Reversing to me is like Sodoku or Crosswords to others, puzzles I like to solve in my free time.
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Corky, while I haven't bashed you for what you said, I ask for your forgiveness. I hope you understand that it's hard for everyone to accept with open arms someone who just comes on OCN with your post count and claims they are a great hacker/reverse engineering expert, especially when you try to use it as a "defense" for whatever point you're trying to make. It happens way too often on these forums, where everyone all of a sudden becomes a lawyer, programmer, CEO, sometimes even God to defend their arguments. I had my doubts when you first claimed you were a "accomplished" hacker, but left my mind open to the possibility. While we still won't all just go by what you're saying, I believe you but it's still just pretty irrelevant to the topic at hand.
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I said accomplished, not accredited as you quoted me as saying..

The contracts clearly use the terms "hack", "hacking", "and hackers" to explain my purpose/job. Also, your webmaster and pro gamer analogies are crap simply because in either case, should you earn money, then the answer would be yes, defeating your argument. If someone played a video game in 3 tournaments, won 1st place, and took home $3,000 each time, then yes, that is a pro gamer.



1) I hack for a hobby, for fun, not for money. They pay me an average of less than $20/hour and I am quite happy with that. I used to do it for free until I became such good friends with people in the industry they offered me a bit of cash.

2) My level of reverse engineering software would be expert. I know of few people who have more skill than I, I reverse malware from sites such as offensivecomputing.net, I've built tools used by other experts to aid in reversing, written articles posted on major websites, and I have several unknown Windows exploits I use in my software to protect it against reversing. Methods that are more powerful than any other known anti-reverse techniques. I'm not even in the IT industry in any way either, in fact the longest job I've had is driving a truck longhaul on the highways. Reversing to me is like Sodoku or Crosswords to others, puzzles I like to solve in my free time.
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Corky, while I haven't bashed you for what you said, I ask for your forgiveness. I hope you understand that it's hard for everyone to accept with open arms someone who just comes on OCN with your post count and claims they are a great hacker/reverse engineering expert, especially when you try to use it as a "defense" for whatever point you're trying to make. It happens way too often on these forums, where everyone all of a sudden becomes a lawyer, programmer, CEO, sometimes even God to defend their arguments. I had my doubts when you first claimed you were a "accomplished" hacker, but left my mind open to the possibility. While we still won't all just go by what you're saying, I believe you but it's still just pretty irrelevant to the topic at hand.
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