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    Quote Originally Posted by cr1spyj0nes View Post
    Thorn im a chef and trust me it sucks, i want to get in to IT but have no idea in how to do this if you could id like to pm you or you could add me on msn and if you could please send me in the right direction, thanks mate
    What cybrsnpr said, with one addendum: When you're out with others in groups, etc., remember that you have two ears and one mouth: Listen and keep your mouth shut, until you've learned enough to to start asking intelligent questions. Part of this is getting to know the group dynamics. but part of it is to not impress the other people that you're a tool who doesn't know what he's talking about. If they think that, getting them to tell you anything will be twice as difficult.

    Oh, yeah, one other thing: When reading computer books, the top of the reading list should be those books written by me and theprez98.
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    thanks guy's, the army was my first idea, but do they offer course's or do you need to have all the training to join computer security, im always on my computer learning about something or other, i was ether going to save up and do a course, or join the army.. once again thanks for youe advice, is hard hear in melbourn to meet comouter it people, im 22 next month by the way,
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    Quote Originally Posted by cr1spyj0nes View Post
    thanks guy's, the army was my first idea, but do they offer course's or do you need to have all the training to join computer security, im always on my computer learning about something or other, i was ether going to save up and do a course, or join the army.. once again thanks for youe advice, is hard hear in melbourn to meet comouter it people, im 22 next month by the way,
    Well I have no idea about the Australian army or whatever but the US Military in general has several good jobs for computers that one can get into.
    I am sure that there is a way if you so chose to join the US military but as for that it is a whole other ball game.
    Some jobs offer training in computer repair type things then there are sys admin/network admin type jobs. The really kewl one for the army are in the warrant officer field. They have one that pretty much wraps everything under one umbrella, but the schooling is by no means easy with a 78% attrition rate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cr1spyj0nes View Post
    thanks guy's, the army was my first idea, but do they offer course's or do you need to have all the training to join computer security, im always on my computer learning about something or other, i was ether going to save up and do a course, or join the army.. once again thanks for youe advice, is hard hear in melbourn to meet comouter it people, im 22 next month by the way,
    The Australian military (and most other military organizations) will train you to learn what they need you to learn. Previous experience is not usually required, but is helpful. I'm going to assume that the Australian military, like others, places individuals according to the needs of the service first. Talk to a recruiter and/or check out their websites to find out more about career fields there. I do know that they have computer security people, I don't know if that is a primary job or not.

    A quick google check shows that the Melbourne Linux Users Group has an upcoming meeting, you may want to check that out.

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    I hesitate to post this for fear of starting a flame war about US military, but here I go:

    I have worked with sailors, airmen, soldiers, and Marines concerning communications, mainly computers, obviously. The branch of service that often had the brightest personnel are, believe it or not, the Marines. The branch that had dullest personnel were, this is a shocker, the Air Force.

    Ok, now calm down all you military service guys. Breathe. Let's examine why. The Air Force, Navy, and Army have the personnel numbers for very specialized fields. You will be doing a specific task if you are lucky enough to obtain the occupation you requested. The Marine Corps has significantly less options. Why? The Marines have significantly less personnel!

    Instead of specifically being sysadmin, netadmin, security specialist, software manager, helpdesk, etc., they must know every aspect. It's not that one branch is smarter than the other. It's that on average, one branch is forced to learn more. However, I predict most of your learning would occur on the job while deployed and you may have more opportunity for *formal* education with the other branches.

    TL;DR: Before you join a particular branch of service, make sure you do your homework. The decision is experience vs. pieces of paper. It depends on whatever your preference is.

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    As a former U.S. marine myself I know for a fact that all technical MOS's go to school.
    For those who don't know what MOS is, it's short for Military Occupational Specialty. This all occurs after boot camp and marine combat training. Whether or not the training in other branches of the military are better/worse I don't know. I'm pretty sure most technical MOS's in the marine corps are trained along side U.S. navy personnel. With instructors from both branches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by procraft7399 View Post
    My reason is simple for wanting to hack my linksys, it's the same as most eveyone elses reason on the forum, and it's simply because I can well actually I can't but thats not my point. I stumbled across this forum and backtrack some how and it peaked my curiosity it's my thirst for knowledge of the unknown. It's the simple pleasures in life that are usually the most fascinating reading the same book or watching the same movie over and over you can always find a new meaning in them.
    Looks like we're digressing. Anyways, have you tried a password profiler since it is your wife? I'm sure there's a good one out there, maybe someone knows one and can post a link. I'm assuming you know lots of personal information about her.

    I wouldn't call cracking WPA trivial, "knowledge of the unknown", though:
    1. Capture handshake
    2. Run dictionary
    3. Wait
    4. Still Waiting
    5. Get another dictionary.
    6. Repeat steps 2 through 5 until key is found.

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    Here is my idea, and im helping you because i just got over a shit **** relationship. in fact thats the only reason im even allowed on a PC. Any idea what it feels like to go to school for pc's then be denied one for the next 4 years. If it wasn't for the sex i woulda shot myself.

    But anyways here are a few different ways i thought up to get the password.

    * Assuming you have access to a wifi card and that can inject and assuming she also uses wifi "if its a hardwired desktop ill get to that" anyways if you can inject with your card then use just deauth her over and over till she thinks the network is frozen. Make sure rebooting the router wont work by constantly kicking her off. Eventually she will need to reset it, there is your chance to log in and sniff the password she changes to.

    * If she has a desktop / laptop pc you could install a keyloger so whenever she logs in to reset it you can record the pass. Also if you have physical access to a computer she connects with you could use wireless key viewer to snatch the pass.

    * If she has a password on her comp then you can just use hirens boot cd to bypass it then perform one of the attacks i just mentioned.

    There are plenty of other ways but i would need to know more about your exact situation to come up with more.

    Cheers

    fyi i dont find any of this illegal if they are in fact married as its his own network .. even if its common law.
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