FORUM RULES & GUIDELINES (READ BEFORE POSTING)

We work extremely hard on creating content and curating learning material and resources for the community. Our objective is to provide free and open source cybersecurity, training and resources. As we move forward with our project we would like to clarify and solidify the mission statement and the objectives of this project and forum in specific.

WHAT THIS FORUM IS
This forum is a hub for professionals, students and hobbyists interested in learning, sharing and collaborating. We want to keep it that way. This forum promotes learning and the sharing of learning resources in all fields of Infosec and cybersecurity. Here, you will find like-minded individuals with the goal of furthering their knowledge and contributing back to the cause. You can and will learn a lot from experienced users on the forum, however, this forum is not a tech support hub where you ask questions whose answers can easily be found with a 3 second Google search.

THIS FORUM IS A RESOURCE FOR SERIOUS AND DEDICATED INDIVIDUALS WHO WANT TO LEARN HACKING AND IMPROVE THEIR SKILLS. WE DO NOT ACCEPT MEDIOCRE POSTS OR TECH SUPPORT QUESTIONS. THIS IS NOT A DUMPSTER.

WHAT THIS FORUM IS NOT

  • This forum is not a tech support hub for dumb questions.

  • This forum is not a hub for estranged boyfriends looking for a way to get access in to their girlfriends Facebook or Instagram accounts.

  • This forum is not a hub for carders or scammers. (Find a better way to make money with your skills).

  • This is not an advertising board for nefarious jobs, if you want to post a legitimate job offering reach out to us directly.

  • This forum is not a hub for politics and religious ideology.

These guidelines may seem harsh but they are necessary in maintaining the quality of the content on the forum. Before asking or posting a question, ensure you have searched for your problem online.

We want to help students and beginners learn hacking and become skillful and problem solvers. We do not want lazy and unmotivated individuals.

GUIDELINES

  • Ensure your post titles make sense and are grammatically correct.

  • Ensure your posts are categorized correctly.

  • Please ensure your posts are well structured and can be understood by anyone who may want to use your post for learning.

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This was good. Clearly specifies no dumb ass people and questions allowed. [quote=“alexis, post:1, topic:2445”]
this forum is not a tech support hub where you ask questions whose answers can easily be found with a 3 second Google search.

THIS FORUM IS A RESOURCE FOR SERIOUS AND DEDICATED INDIVIDUALS WHO WANT TO LEARN HACKING AND IMPROVE THEIR SKILLS. WE DO NOT ACCEPT MEDIOCRE POSTS OR TECH SUPPORT QUESTIONS. THIS IS NOT A DUMPSTER.

WHAT THIS FORUM IS NOT

  • This forum is not a tech support hub for dumb questions.
  • This forum is not a hub for estranged boyfriends looking for a way to get access in to their girlfriends Facebook or Instagram accounts.
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Yes, this is extremely important.