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I'm trying to get into hacking but not sure where to start? I'm trying to teach myself HTML and javascript from what ive read online but I don't know where to look so I can learn how to do these things. I wana be a grayhat hacker maybe a blackhat. I'm aware this isn't an overnight thing and will

I'm trying to get into hacking but not sure where to start? I'm trying to teach myself HTML and javascript from what ive read online but I don't know where to look so I can learn how to do these things. I wana be a grayhat hacker maybe a blackhat. I'm aware this isn't an overnight thing and will take years to learn I'm also trying to teach myself programming. Any master h4ck3r$ out there that can help me out?
I wana learn how to hack?

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Robert J:
Firstly, publicly admitting you are planning criminal offences is a really dumb move.

Each and every attempt to bypass security on any form of computer related equipment from a PC to a WiFi AP to a web site etc. is a separate criminal – ie. imprisonable – offence.

html and javascript are totally irrelevant to the subject.

Hacking is educational and constructive. Cracking is the destructive, illegal side (but TV & movie writers don't think it sounds as good).

The basic of hacking are to learn everything there is to know about electronic computers (not just "PCs") at the most fundamental levels.

You need to learn electronics and logic principles; you need to understand how a computer actually functions.
You need to learn the machine code for whatever systems you are working with.

Once you understand things well enough, you can "read" other peoples programs and see how they work, at the machine code level. That means you can also take them apart and modify them to work differently – like (hypothetically) them not doing security checks any more.

"Hacking" is all about building and rebuilding things – making things up and making things from other parts, whether hardware, software or any mix of the two..

Start with really simple stuff like a PIC experimenters kit or a PDP-8 emulator; they are easy to learn and allow you to see the low-level interactions between software and hardware.

Then work up to more complex systems.

The photo below is an example of hacking hardware; a little computer I put together 20 – 25 years ago.

[Electronics designer & programmer for 40+ years and 1970s Hacker].
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https://www.flickr.com/photos/robertjenk…

Randy C:
Most of the languages that you would want to learn are very sensitive to syntax errors. Judging by the spelling of your initial question title, and the multiple errors throughout your description, I'm just gonna throw a quick suggestion out there; GIVE UP!
Bobbit32:
Not a good idea. Hacking leads to prison sooner or later.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_co…
Duncan:
Continue with your HTML and Javascript studies – that is where all the hot h4ck3r$ start. Try…

http://www.simplehtmlguide.com/basics.ph…

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