My friend and I are trying to get a team of C++'ers together.
So we are searching a lot of members to come to our team.
You just have to know a bit of C++, have to respect the other members and you need skype with a mic (or even webcam to make it more fun when needed).
The ages can go from 13-25(we are 16 ourself),
also you need to speak english a bit.
You wanna be part of our team?
Call me on skype: stevehatedwerg
we are still searching for a good name for our team, so advice is free
Just helping eachother out when stucked.
Making some C++ projects together, give eachother ideas to do something, help someone out when he has a bug or error in his source code, learn eachother new things...
We are working to improve our keylogger, it's done, but we would like to add a mail function in it.
So when it's installed at another pc, it mails the LOG.txt file to us like every hour or something, heard about doing it with FTP,POP, but don't know more about the source code i should need.
Thx for your help, I will do some research about sfml
And it's not a bad keylogger, it's just a challenge/joke because the cousin of my friend said we couldn't get his password again
So we gonna get his pass, but don't use it just tell him as a joke
Let's cut this crap. I do not believe that you would go through the effort of building a custom keylogger so that you can only use it "on a friend", "as a challenge/joke". It's also suspicious that you delayed mentioning your "team goal" until the last possible moment.
What other projects are you working on. besides the "it's not a bad" keylogger?
I'm curious about what you hope to build on your team that isn't already established here? Are you afraid that, as Catfish2 hinted at, we wouldn't respond to requests for potentially malicious code? Because that isn't necessarily the case. I remember not even two weeks ago a user asking about how to get into Hacking and that thread went on for at least three pages with most of it being relevant discussion. We won't hand you code upon request of course, but that's just us, it's part of the culture on this site. We won't do it for homework, why would we do it for you?
I can't speak for everybody here of course but personally I have the attention span of a gold fish. I love this site because I can help someone do wonderful and productive things with what I know, but if I lose interest I can just leave the thread and by then two or sometimes three other people have jumped on to help the OP. But the idea of joining a team to accomplish something that would take me about six hours fills me with thoughts of harassing email floods and constant Skype requests and all in all sounds just like my personal version of hell.