naively decided to venture out

hack3rcon

Senior Member
Russian
Hello.
I started read a book but some parts of books are incomprehensible for me, Can anyone help me? Please don't consider grammar errors and I just like to understand it:

"I had an innovative new attack I wanted to unleash on IRC, and naively decided to venture out from the cover of that part of the internet to test my capabilities." mean "I had an innovative new attack I wanted to release it on IRC and stupidly decided to risk and test my capabilities on the internet" ?



Thank you.
 
  • owlman5

    Senior Member
    English-US
    Your interpretation looks reasonable to me, hack3rcon. I'd say that "naively" is closer to "innocently" than it is to "stupidly", but that word doesn't ruin the meaning of the original sentence.
     
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