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What are leechers ?
alright got that thanks for the information
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Thanks this was a helpful read for a newcomer like me!   Blackhat
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(05-14-2015, 05:24 AM)I\m new here and I'm excited to learn from this community Wrote:  A small tip, copy pasting will get you a permanent ban.

What is a leecher?

Definition of "Leecher"


In computing and specifically Internet, a leech is one who benefits, usually deliberately,
from others' information or effort but does not offer anything in return,
or makes only token offerings in an attempt to avoid being called a leech.



A leecher is an individual who registers an account on the forum, only to post in the leaking-related contents in order to unlock hidden content.
They spend very little time in any other sections. Leechers are usually suspended within their first few days of registering.

If your user-title says 'Leecher', it doesn't necessarily mean that you are one. Simply increase your overall post count and your usertitle/ranking will automatically change.


How would a leecher usually be distinguished from other members?



How can I prevent being labelled as a leecher?
If you're a newer member to the offensive community, you really want to give other users a positive first impression about yourself. Below, a few simple and straight forward steps will be listed so you won't give others the impression that you're a leecher.


1. Add an avatar image to your profile page.


Many leechers don't bother to add custom content to their profile, as they consider it a waste of time, because they're only here for premium content.



2. Read the community rules and guidelines.


Leechers have a tendency to register an account on offensive community and skip the most important part, the rules and guidelines. The board's rules and guidelines can be found by heading over to  of the website. Furthermore, it is also recommended that you review the , which can come in handy for future references.



3. Contribute back to the community.


One of the main reasons that members are entitled 'leechers' is because they take from the community, and don't give anything in return. You can contribute back to the community by following a few of the below steps;


  • Interact with the other members in sectors like  is the most valuable thing to do on the forum.

  • Create a graphical, social-engineering, marketing, or another sort of service which could benefit the community.

  • Host a few member contests and giveaways. Whether you're giving away credits, virtual game items, or something along those lines, members will appreciate it.

  • Create an informative and in-depth tutorial/guide which can benefit the community.

  • Support offensivecommunity.net by purchasing an upgrade for yourself, or another member. The Upgrade page can be found by .

  • Come up with a few of your own ideas!



4. Spend some times outside of the leaking-related sections.

Although this step may seem self-explanatory, it is recommended that you post outside of the leaking-related sections of the forum. There's a function which forces leechers to create a couple of posts outside of the leaking-related sections, but that's not enough. Make friends, !


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(05-14-2015, 05:24 AM)Codefire Wrote:  A s Thanks for the advice, Im new too all of this and like I posted My curiosity brought me here. I deffinately don't wanna be labeled a leach, Ill do my best to offer anything I can and once again thanks for allowing me to be hefre mall tip, copy pasting will get you a permanent ban.

What is a leecher?

Definition of "Leecher"


In computing and specifically Internet, a leech is one who benefits, usually deliberately,
from others' information or effort but does not offer anything in return,
or makes only token offerings in an attempt to avoid being called a leech.



A leecher is an individual who registers an account on the forum, only to post in the leaking-related contents in order to unlock hidden content.
They spend very little time in any other sections. Leechers are usually suspended within their first few days of registering.

If your user-title says 'Leecher', it doesn't necessarily mean that you are one. Simply increase your overall post count and your usertitle/ranking will automatically change.


How would a leecher usually be distinguished from other members?



How can I prevent being labelled as a leecher?
If you're a newer member to the offensive community, you really want to give other users a positive first impression about yourself. Below, a few simple and straight forward steps will be listed so you won't give others the impression that you're a leecher.


1. Add an avatar image to your profile page.


Many leechers don't bother to add custom content to their profile, as they consider it a waste of time, because they're only here for premium content.



2. Read the community rules and guidelines.


Leechers have a tendency to register an account on offensive community and skip the most important part, the rules and guidelines. The board's rules and guidelines can be found by heading over to  of the website. Furthermore, it is also recommended that you review the , which can come in handy for future references.



3. Contribute back to the community.


One of the main reasons that members are entitled 'leechers' is because they take from the community, and don't give anything in return. You can contribute back to the community by following a few of the below steps;


  • Interact with the other members in sectors like  is the most valuable thing to do on the forum.

  • Create a graphical, social-engineering, marketing, or another sort of service which could benefit the community.

  • Host a few member contests and giveaways. Whether you're giving away credits, virtual game items, or something along those lines, members will appreciate it.

  • Create an informative and in-depth tutorial/guide which can benefit the community.

  • Support offensivecommunity.net by purchasing an upgrade for yourself, or another member. The Upgrade page can be found by .

  • Come up with a few of your own ideas!



4. Spend some times outside of the leaking-related sections.

Although this step may seem self-explanatory, it is recommended that you post outside of the leaking-related sections of the forum. There's a function which forces leechers to create a couple of posts outside of the leaking-related sections, but that's not enough. Make friends, !


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Got it! Thanks for the read.
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Thanks for the info on how the forum works.
Gave me some more ideas for future information to share.
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Very good info in afraid in trying to find a god forum and research all that's being said and done here to make sure I'm learning the right things from the right people I may be at risk of being a leeched which is in no way my intention. In very interested in this stuff and am eager to find a good community to learn from and in time be able to contribute useful things back to.

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Now, i think i have better understanding and how give the best to be part of this community.
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