Hacking on a Mac

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Hacking on a Mac

Postby noobHackerD » Sun Jan 01, 2012 9:24 pm

Can anyone help me with a tutorial on how to hack with a mac?

I tried using flasm but it did not work - terminal could not find the proper command, and the .txt file i made after the -d command had nothing in it.

Also, I do not want to buy an over expensive decompiler.

Does anyone have any suggestions?
Thanks.
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Re: Hacking on a Mac

Postby Sethioz » Sun Jan 01, 2012 9:53 pm

wtf are you doing ? you made 2 topics, anyway.
hacking on mac, it doesn't make much sense, what are you trying to do exactly ? hack a game ? wireless network ? explain.
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Re: Hacking on a Mac

Postby noobHackerD » Sun Jan 01, 2012 10:17 pm

I am trying to find out how to hack flash games on a mac.
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Re: Hacking on a Mac

Postby Sethioz » Mon Jan 02, 2012 5:06 pm

then use a proper topic name and put it into right sub-forum, i don't see it being a tutorial.
read the damn description of sub-forum before posting in there, tutorials section is where you write your tutorial on how to do things, you are not writing a tutorial, you're asking for one, which means its request.


however i've never used mac, its by apple and apple is one of the worst shits ever. if i were you, i wouldn't even try. i would get XP.
apple is the kind of company that takes control away from ppl, spys on them and makes them buy expensive shit, while you can get lot better stuff for free. like itunes for example. you can rip songs from youtube for FREE while apple asks shit loads of money + itunes spys on you.
so in other words, im not even interested of doing any research on mac.
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