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so /g/
what separates a a script kiddie from a professional exploiter?
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script kiddie uses script
exploiter uses exploits
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Results.
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amount of free time
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SKs doesnt actually know/understand what his tool does
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One makes the tools and finds fucked up stuff to exploite on other people's tools / software.
Other runs a program he doesn't know what it does and if it stops working he can't do anything anymore.

In a gayman analogy it's like the kid that downloads a cheat engine trainer and the guy how knows how to find patterns in the assembly when making his own tables so if the game updates he can keep on doing it unlike the trainer kid.




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