I created this blog to talk mostly about programming(hardcore programming)
Algorithm design and the like, I also will talk about virus coding and will
be making *HUGE* assumptions about the security of most supposedly secured
systems I will also try to prove them theoretically and when possible practically
for now hmmm.
I believe right now we have three classes of programmers:
0. Top level programmers or simply drag and droppers
these are the corporate kiddies who want to finish a project
quickly and earn money, the ones that don't understand how java
interprets or the how lame .NET is.
85% of programmers today are in this class, YES even the graduates
1. Middle level programmers or I don't want to go too deep programmers
These programmers will simply not learn enough but shout too much
your average cracker is in this group :( and sorry to say but most CLASS
members are in this class too, they do not care about money that much
but will give in with little or no pressure.
10% of programmers today are here, surprising thing is most people
used to be here.
2. Low level programmers or how do I make a bomb programmers
Yep we love ASM, we love Brainfuck and love to code all night
we understand how the machine works heck we can compile code in our head
and show you all possible errors.
We don't care about your money and we are the ones that dev your
java engines, .NET et al
and we scream to management your shit is not ready for release and when
they don't listen twitter goes down because of coding errors.
5% of today's programmers are here and most are not out there or in groups
like CDC, ARteam etc
Well like I said get ready for a brainfuck :D