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    hey there. i was wondering if someone could point me in the direction of some professional blackhat forums/irc channels that arent full of skiddies. i know it sounds crazy but im sure there are atleast a few channels where skiddies are frowned upon and blackhat activities happen. if you have any suggestions or even invitations to some private rooms, it would be really appreciated.

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    irc.securitychat.org #bhf

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    yeahh... black hat forums... that's what I was going to suggest! ha!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pureh@te View Post
    irc.securitychat.org #bhf

    Channel is dead until further notice due to fallout with ops (near as I can tell)
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    The channel is not dead, i'm (usually) there speaking with Leafman and HitThemLow and a few others.

    However there isn't much blackhat activities going in that channel besides a few people
    might post XSS or SQLi or similar in websites or talk about random activities, though nothing
    big goes on there.

    If you want blackhat activities then go to irc.h4cky0u.org #h4cky0u (when it is actually UP and ONLINE xD!).
    People are posting user hashes, db dumps, cards and stuff there all the time. It almost
    doesn't get more illegal just to be there thus you get it all free. I don't recommend it
    as it's way too skiddie'ish for me and the purpose is way too wrong. (hax0r credit man)

    There's plenty of other places you can go to though, but people doesn't talk at those
    places usually, or they just flame or harass you. irc.rizon.net #h4cky0u (these are the
    h4ck-y0u guys, yes the line between makes all the difference xD). And there's also
    Undernet i think and perhaps those other old IRC nets where you have to use /quote
    before almost any command xD

    But if you just want to have a nice time, try irc.securitychat.org #bhf, or irc.darkscience.ws
    Or perhaps #remote-exploit at freenode! That's my favorite places at the moment.
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    The Official IRC channel for Blackhat Forums has been moved. THEY ARE NO LONGER IN SECURITYCHAT.
    They have moved the #bhf channel to the EclipticX Network.

    The NEW network address is:


    * irc.blackhat-forums.com
    * Port: 6667 or 6697 for SSL (recommended)
    * As always the chanel is: #bhf
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    @Jac01 => Can you read the post date in my post? "05-06-2009, 04:51 PM".

    They were still using SecurityChat at that time. If the DNS doesn't work, then
    you can also connect to the IRC network by using irc.governmentsecurity.org ..
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    Sorry, I was posting info I was sent as an email, and was not even thinking about your prior post... which I did read. Thanks for the correction.

    Quote Originally Posted by MaXe Legend View Post
    @Jac01 => Can you read the post date in my post? "05-06-2009, 04:51 PM".

    They were still using SecurityChat at that time. If the DNS doesn't work, then
    you can also connect to the IRC network by using irc.governmentsecurity.org ..
    In all large corporations, there is a pervasive fear that someone, somewhere is having fun with a computer on company time. Networks help alleviate that fear.
    -John C. Dvorak

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