No, you are safer hacking your sisters computer - to simulate a realtime crack situation - when you are in an Internet Café with the downloaded necessary tools.Lyecdevf wrote: Well, this is where I get kind of confused. First you say that there is absolutelly no way any one can get into your comptuer but than you sort of indicate that there is a slight possibility (I assume safelly behind a firewall).
No, no. You are learning the terms, now it is time for practise, here, you might want to read this :Lyecdevf wrote: I have heared about the posibility of the firewall some how being breached by a dos attack. So than some one could hack it. So let's leave it at that.
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And then .. well .. put it in practise man, there's no other way as hacking in your own system from a remote machine, you'll soon see the security leaks -by human lack of concern or software stupidities- that *you* left open, o yeah!
I remind the numerous days abroad and me starting to sweat because i noticed that some priviliges on mysystem where exploiteable at any time and so i had to run like a madman to the first guy with a computer and 'phone home' to fix the leak.