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When the New York Times changed their paid-membership management system, they were forced to change the user names and passwords for their subscribers as well. This is fine, but they also made the new passwords easily guessable, and told everyone how to guess them.

Gaurav Ranade
August 4, 2003 4:25 AM

I want to be hacking specialist what in right way ,I want to serve my country as computer specialist Please help me to make me hacking specialist thanks

October 19, 2004 10:37 AM

hello! i am majid raja.i want to make my own free hacking web site to protect some one.pleas tell em what i should do in order to have it. thank you

October 29, 2005 2:53 AM

Hello, I am 14 years old. Since my 8th im trying to learn how to hack in these years im only gathering infomation what the evil side is and the good side ect. There exists also crackers, i also like that. I think im far enough to really start to hack. I want to learn how to hack website's and to steal passwords. I also had Raja in my MSN. He was a really good in hacking but coulden't speak english so good. So it was a little hard to get the point of him. But as I understand he quit hacking because it's bad....... he was really good though... he stealed my password in a minute... I like hacking because its risky and really fun. All these years i didnt find really a good program to hack or something else. I dont know how to go any further now please help me where do i start now? If someone knows please be so kind and add me to msn: Thanks for reading..

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