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okay i loev to learn stuff i always read alot b4 i go to sleep, do any of you guys have any good links to websites, where i could learn alot about networking/ethical hacking, without having to buy a book or pay a membership or join asome online class, because i've googled for it and thats what i get, I know alot of stuff but I would like to learn more because networking is becoming a more intimadating feild now more than ever, also any other type of hardware type site would be nice, too , i learn alot in the forums but i want solid facts things of that sort, if im posting this in the wrong section i deeply apologize..
 

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i don't understand, I havent broken any rules have i?... oh the hacking question, I got yah, sorry I asked I was just curios as if I could learn some of it...
 
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Is ethical hacking not an oxymoron?
Depends on what you consdier "hacking". IMHO I am a kind of "hacker" myself I always find a way to circumvent the problem to get to the solution I need even if it means modifying something from its original conetent or intent. Do I do this for nerfarious purposes? No. Do I utilize these tools in order to help the parties involved? Yes. So label me what you will but I am just out here to help people do what needs to be done (without letting them affect others that is)

Things I regularly visit are -

http://www.petri.co.il/
http://www.antionline.com/
http://technet.microsoft.com/default.aspx

Hardware site -

http://www.tomshardware.com/

And there are a few I can't post due to them being subscription based but well worth the money IMHO.

BTW the first line in this definition basically makes me think anyone who is in IT is probably a hacker...

hack·er1 (hăk'ər)
n. Informal.
One who is proficient at using or programming a computer; a computer buff.
One who uses programming skills to gain illegal access to a computer network or file.
 

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awesome and thanks for the info, im not looking for malicous intent, just mostly to learn how things work, and sometimes that means learning the negative aspects, I mean the internet was basically built for the army, and they arent always doing the most ethical things so..... where does that leave me?
 
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