How can I get into or gain access to a game server?

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I am trying to hack a server which is my friends. It's a game server. How would I get into the server? Can you guys please help me?
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You know that steal information or hack some other server is not legal so I am recommending that you don’t do that type of task. hacking your friends’ server is not a good and ethical thing.

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  • TheRealRaven
    Of course we won't help you. Why would you think we'd help you with illegal activities?
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  • hd60125
    It's not illegal I'm from India. It's a old Indian game called "Chuckroo" he owns it. He's betting me i can't get control of the game no matter how hard I try. We know each other and I'm a programmer and hacker. So its legal in this case. We bet a huge sum of money. ($50,000)
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  • Subhendu Sen
    I think it is a betting circle, and it is also an illegal activity. You told, you are a programmer/ hacker ! so it is better to try with your own abilities. Have you heard a word like "Ethical Hacker"!
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  • TheRealRaven
    It doesn't matter if it's India and it doesn't matter if your friend owns it. Publishing instructions on how to 'hack' this system tells others how to 'hack' all similar systems regardless of the owner. (It also tells others how to 'hack' your friend's system, not just you.)
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  • ToddN2000
    If you are a hacker, you should already know this and be able do it. If not your skills are not as good as his security skills. You wont find hacking answers on this site.
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  • AndreaF
    I am seeing too many requests for help hacking - the word should be enough to bounce people's questions from the site.
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  • TheRealRaven
    The problem seems to be that anyone can create an ID and post any question immediately without any preliminary moderation at all. Then search engines begin to pick these up and effectively 'advertise' that this site accepts many such questions. (It's obvious that the askers aren't actually reviewing past questions. They're not going any farther than finding the site.)

    If nothing else, "first questions" from new members possibly should be looked at before they appear in the forum. That could raise quality greatly and be a step towards attracting more experts.
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  • TheRealRaven
    @AndreaF: Yes, it should. The issue seems to be that questions get posted publicly and indexed by search engines. General searches can then show numerous results for this site. New posters have to have some way to find this site.

    The real problem, then, is that new members can immediately post any question at all with no moderation. Also, it apparently isn't clear to most members that the 'Vote to delete' button exists nor what it does (I'm sure not clear on it).

    So, low quality questions are regularly added and much less regularly removed. The average quality keeps getting lower, attracting more problems and discouraging more experts.

    At the very least, initial questions from new members should go into a 'Review' queue of some kind before showing up. All by itself, that would be a big step.
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  • ToddN2000
    I agree on the deleting of these types Raven.
    Had to really look to find the "Vote to Delete". Maybe this icon,color and location needs to be changed. A gray thumbs down to the far right after the other to Tweet and such does not stand out enough.
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