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      Hi friends, I'm a spanish member and my english is not very good, for that I am not very active in forums. I'm studying system engineering but in my university only teach us "Java", and well, basically is language is not a great language for create hacks(I loved). I bought a book about C++, I was studying but I found topics as: stacks, list and I don't know how I can apply that for create a hacks. I like to focus on issues of importance of C++, so advance a little. I don't want to learn for earn money, I just want to learn.

      A coder said me the following:
      I'm a bit schocked they teach you only a single language and it's Java >.<
      I started programming 8 years ago. C++ around 5 years ago and it quickly became my "main" language for doing almost everything. Anyway when it comes to hacks awesome coding skills aren't needed. The core part of the process is reverse engineering and that's a totally different story which starts at assembler and never ends

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      Coding skills aren't needed if you want to code simple trainers. Coding skills are essential if you want to do cool and advanced stuff.

      As you brought up stack and didn't know whether it can be applied to hacking.. hell yeah it can be. Stack exploits are very powerful and brutal exploits, you could empty a whole server in a game by causing stack corruption/buffer overflow on clients or the server itself (really bad coding on game devs side). Or could execute your own payload on the target machine for example. There's tons of stuff you can do with stack. And last but not least, it's one of the main concepts you'll need in reverse engineering.. so learn how the stack works.

      In general, if you want to be a good hacker, you need to know how to program, so learn everything you can about programming
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      Thank you, I will study that. Another doubt about ASM. ASM is very important for understand how work things in memory?. I think to study ASM here(EN): https://www.abreojosensamblador.net/.../Preamble.html
      Why? Because we have a spanish version: https://www.abreojosensamblador.net/Productos/AOE/
      I do not expect to go fast, but while I try learn I like for me create somethings as small trainer for pinball 3D, etc.
      Do you think that information is useful?

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      Quote Originally Posted by c5 View Post
      In general, if you want to be a good hacker, you need to know how to program, so learn everything you can about programming
      You talked about reverse engineering. Shouldn't we just start from assembly language? Perhaps even learn assembly along side C++?

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      Quote Originally Posted by Aegis View Post
      You talked about reverse engineering. Shouldn't we just start from assembly language? Perhaps even learn assembly along side C++?
      It's up to you really, look around, see how you can grasp things. Personally I'd say learn basics of programming first and then start learning assembly alongside of it.
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      Got any good book recommendations for assembly?

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      Quote Originally Posted by Aegis View Post
      Got any good book recommendations for assembly?

      "The Art Of Assembly Language"

      I've read a reasonable amount of it and it seems to go over assembly really well, if you understand High level languages such as C++, C# or even java you should definitely learn from it.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Fleep View Post
      "The Art Of Assembly Language"

      I've read a reasonable amount of it and it seems to go over assembly really well, if you understand High level languages such as C++, C# or even java you should definitely learn from it.

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      Thanks mate

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