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Postby caleb » March 4th, 2011, 12:59 pm

1. Requests must be legal. Absolutely no Credit card/ website/ email address hacking requests. Don't post them, they will be deleted. Yes, we will delete them even if you claim that they are your own sites/email addresses.

2. Arrangements made between forum users are completely between those two parties. Hackaday has no interaction whatsoever in your deal. Please be smart and be careful.
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Re: Welcome to the requests area. Please read these rules

Postby k-ww » April 21st, 2013, 12:08 pm

To all those people who post requests for "hacking" web sites, computers, etc:

Please learn the correct terminology: We do "Hacking" as defined below here:
If you wish help in "cracking", please post your requests elsewhere.

"Hacked" can have a few different meanings.

1. It is used (incorrectly) as a term for having bypassed the security restrictions of a computer system.
The correct term for such an action is actually "cracked"

Ex. 'YouTube was hacked into on Thursday afternoon.'
Correct term: 'YouTube was cracked into on Thursday afternoon.'

2. It is used as a term for having illegally modified software to avoid the requirement of purchase.
Again, the correct term is usually "cracked."

Ex. 'Paradox made a hack for Photoshop so you can get it for free.'
Correct term: 'Paradox made a crack for Photoshop so you can get it for free.'

3. It is used as a term for having modified software or hardware that you legally
own in order to create additional functionality, achieve better performance,
or simply to learn how it works. Often synonymous with "modder" in hardware
circles, and a freelance programmer in software.

Ex. 'Joe h4xored hiz vid card for max 1337 fps!'
Ex. 'Freddy hacked away at the Linux kernel, trying create a new network card driver'
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