How can i hack wifi password
Hack wifi password
José Ricardo Jiménez Aguilera In my opinion, the people need to a bit learn how to put up their questions when they really want to get answers. Because of when anyone would read first a question, then they would surely take the consequences by the first read about the question's writer and when the question was written ad similar like this, then the people would also think about the writer like how here happend. Even if you think that we have ethical hackers also, and even if i believe in the people also, the numbers shows that the most of people won't think that like for example this question was made by a fair mindind. That's all. So much depends on how you write your question.
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kagitha pavan sai hey Coder! Welcome at SoloLearn App & Community! :) As you know that we are a fair Community and we don't support any illegal way of using our powers. In the future, please avoid to ask for any illegal thing here because of you'll may be find yourself in some trouble. Thank you for your understanding! :) Anyway, this is the Q&A section, so you can put up your code relation questions, but there must be a real question and we have to see your work for reach the aim of you. Without any care of you, you wouldn't even get any real help here. You must find a way where you can put your work and then we can help for you, but not in illegal things. I recommend you to try out our courses and go for learning something new. I'm sure in that you'll find something what can make you smile. ;) Come on, keep it up and try out yourself! Last thing: when you want to join to a wifi and you don't really know the password, Then you can ASK from the owner. 👌 Don't hack it!
Hacking someone's wifi is not for fun. It will get you into trouble. So Donthack wifi password.
Donthack Sorry for mentioning you, I always wanted to do that joke! :)
Lisa i thought that 🙂😂 i can understand you :) 🌼
Lisa Thank you for sharing. 👍 In my opinion, the SoloLearn Community is fair enough to leave this question lonely. 👌
José Ricardo Jiménez Aguilera hey :) I'm searching every time for the positive side of the things. To be honestly, i totally agree with Lisa . She well said the point what made this and would make the similar questions a bit sure downvoted in the future: the "how ". 💯 Like here it could be asked about - #ethical_hacking #cyber_security or other directions like: How can i try out if my wifi password is strong enough? or is there any chance to check my internet security by using python3 language? or something like that.. or maybe could ask when also sharing a part of a code or whatever - - then we could look that the motivation behind of that was fair enough.. So this is why the people don't like the questions like this.. i would like to say that, i'm basically agree with you in the case of the hacking is not bad - of course until it's happening on the fair way. for fair reasons and from fair motivations. This is what isn't egal.
José Ricardo Jiménez Aguilera I agree that "hacking" is not per se "bad". Here, it is critical *how* one asks about hacking. Asking for such a specific hack (without any context) may be perceived a) as a request for illegal actions b) as the OP not being aware of the legal and ethical boundaries of hacking. (That is why we tell them, the OP may clarify of course.)
That is super easy. Learn how to computers and WiFi works. Then learn to program. Then make an app that will do all the hacking for you. Also if you have to ask question like this then you don't have what it takes to even hack your way out of a cardboard box.
Korkunç the Terrible Frusciante Thanks for your opinion. Well said. 👌
José Ricardo Jiménez Aguilera Do you honestly think the wording in this question points to a shred of a wish to know more about computers and hacking 🙃 Other questions that betray similar user intention always getdownvoted here, (as they should, IMO) : Trying to delegate one's own task to others, asking for whole solutions without even putting in the slightest effort. (homework deadline hours ahead, during a quiz, etc)
There is always so much prejuices around hacking, disregarding and leaving appart the facts that justifies its importance as a tool to improve the code and the security of the tools we use in a day by day basis in present day. I guess the fear to what is not known is stronger sometimes... but why Sololearn couldn't be a place to acquire a culture about hacking as well? Why always assuming this kind of attitude of negativity when people tries to learn about an important thing as hacking nowadays? Hacking is not bad, people who use hacking to do bad stuffs are the ones who are bad.