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Deepweb #1
Hi. Is anyone here interested in deepweb/darkweb?
If so, are there other ways to access it safely aside from using tor?
What programming languages (if there's a need) should I learn?
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RE: Deepweb #2
(11-24-2018, 04:02 PM)Mastema666 Wrote: If so, are there other ways to access it safely aside from using tor?
I would recommend I2P as it's faster than Tor, but Tor is easier to use since you just have to download the browser and you're good to go.

(11-24-2018, 04:02 PM)Mastema666 Wrote: What programming languages (if there's a need) should I learn?
Do you mean learn programming languages in order to access Deepweb or in general? If it's the latter I'd recommend Python if you haven't programmed before, it's pretty easy to learn.

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ive tried once or twice to tech myself programming and it i couldn't hold my concentration to it perhaps ill give it another go with Python any recommended Read or resource?

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RE: Deepweb #4
Your question pertaining to accessing the dark web has been answered.

In terms of learning a programming language, It depends on your objective- what you wish to achieve. For Instance, I exploit on a daily basis (In fact just got back-end access to an e-commerce site a few minutes ago), so PHP and particularly SQL are paramount.
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(12-05-2018, 07:30 AM)mothered Wrote: In terms of learning a programming language, It depends on your objective- what you wish to achieve. For Instance, I exploit on a daily basis (In fact just got back-end access to an e-commerce site a few minutes ago), so PHP and particularly SQL are paramount.

well my main objective as far as programing would just be to try it again to see if i can be interested enough to learn it I am self taught and never had a problem learning new things but when i tried learning C+ it was kinda boring to me (18 years ago) just wanna try again something that may be profitable PHP and SQL as u mentioned may do that lol but ill head over and look in the threads see what i can find

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(12-05-2018, 08:04 AM)DgC4LiFe Wrote:
(12-05-2018, 07:30 AM)mothered Wrote: In terms of learning a programming language, It depends on your objective- what you wish to achieve. For Instance, I exploit on a daily basis (In fact just got back-end access to an e-commerce site a few minutes ago), so PHP and particularly SQL are paramount.

well my main objective as far as programing would just be to try it again to see if i can be interested enough to learn it I am self taught and never had a problem learning new things but when i tried learning C+ it was kinda boring to me (18 years ago) just wanna try again something that may be profitable PHP and SQL as u mentioned may do that lol but ill head over and look in the threads  see what i can find

I understand where you're coming from, but learning a language and having no purpose for It thereafter, would be somewhat of a waste.

If you can learn and apply It to future projects/tasks, then that's my Interpretation of good practice. But that's just me, each to their own.
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