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  • octalpus
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    Re: I suppose...

    Originally posted by TheNightElf
    suppose hypathetically that does happen and you accidentally switch off you firewall because you think you're in no danger. Your neighbor thinks its real easy to break in (supposing he's a real dumbass and dosnt know what a firewall is) then he trys to break into a bank or government computer and or trys to and gets caught. LoL that would be funny. I think it happens alot with scriptkiddes and hackers with the proper tools at their ease.
    You are a fucking moron. Please remove yourself from the gene pool. Thank you.

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  • astcell
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    Reasons to turn off XPs firewall:

    You don't trust Microsoft
    It takes up too much memory
    You never enabled it in the first place
    You plan to buy other firewall software eventually
    It slows down your connection

    I doubt 10% of XP's firewalls are active.

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  • blackwave
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    Re: I suppose...

    Originally posted by TheNightElf
    suppose hypathetically that does happen and you accidentally switch off you firewall because you think you're in no danger. Your neighbor thinks its real easy to break in (supposing he's a real dumbass and dosnt know what a firewall is) then he trys to break into a bank or government computer and or trys to and gets caught. LoL that would be funny. I think it happens alot with scriptkiddes and hackers with the proper tools at their ease.
    hmmmm.... that entire post was a little off...

    Let us start here....

    1. one would not accidentally switch off a firewall, this would be done with intent for whatever reason...

    2. It wouldn't matter if your hypothetical neighbor knew what a firewall was or not, since it was purposely shut off...

    3. trying is trying, one cannot try trying?

    4. Why would one's neighbor that tries trying to break into a bank or gov box because you purposely shut your firewall off be funny in the least?

    5. skript kiddies should never be logically AND'ed with the the word hacker....

    :/

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  • TheNightElf
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    I suppose...

    suppose hypathetically that does happen and you accidentally switch off you firewall because you think you're in no danger. Your neighbor thinks its real easy to break in (supposing he's a real dumbass and dosnt know what a firewall is) then he trys to break into a bank or government computer and or trys to and gets caught. LoL that would be funny. I think it happens alot with scriptkiddes and hackers with the proper tools at their ease.

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  • astcell
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    They need a money back guarantee! I need to ask him if the 1337 materials will teach me how to log in to a Tomahawk missile in flight so that I can change the programming... all I need is an 802.11b card and Notepad, right?

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  • jetforce4004
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    hey wouldnt it be funny if your neighbor got this and tryed to get into your computer LOL.

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  • KeLviN
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    besides, all that work they took gathering up all those links and shit, maybe they deserve a little cash.

    all that info can be found publicly, but i wouldn't want to do it....

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  • TheNightElf
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    true

    True. True.

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  • KeLviN
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    the lazy and stupid deserve to lose their money. if lazy people wern't around, i'd be even poorer than i am now.

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  • TheNightElf
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    Auction Fraud

    Ok this is just an example of Auction Fraud. spamming Ebay is like spamming Hotmail, it's just not right. Besides maybe some people would actually belive what they were selling/auctioning.

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  • ][ce
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    lol i like this one

    - Hacking many different banks(very risky).

    thats pretty funny, someone actually bid for $18.95

    ][ce

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  • k3ym4st3r
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    You learn to be a hacker??? haha... more like a Lamer...

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  • astcell
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    Hey if you REALLY wanna be 1337, you gotta know how to own folks.

    Here are some idea for the next Defcon, take real good notes!

    http://www.liquid-fidelity.de/betrun...&punkt=anmalen

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  • astcell
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    I absolutely love the disclaimer...

    "If you are at all involved in security, government, prosecution, or if you are a member of, or affiliated with any law enforcement agency, you are advised AND required to close, disregard, and dispose of this letter... If you fail to follow these instructions, and continue reading, your rights are diminished to those of an ordinary citizen, and you have no right to question this product and/or prosecute."

    I'll remember to tell that to the officers if I ever decide to break the law. "Sorry officer, you have no rights to arrest me because by approaching me you have decided to lower your rights to that of an ordinary citizen."

    WTF anyway? I thought we had more rights than cops. I can swear and cuss all day long but if an officer does that on duty, that's that.

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  • KeLviN
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    wait, i've seen all this stuff before...
    but back then they were calling it "the l0pht website".

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