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  • Yihat

    Hey all.
    What do you think about the YIHAT people?

    I personally have my doubts about those people especially that guy Kimble.

    They have been recently defacing sites and leaving the same message. It really sounds childish.

    Here are how it sounds childish:


    >I am tired of all these websites that exist only to mock me! Do >you not appreciate the personal sacrifices I am making in order >to ensure international peace! Don't you all realize the personal >risk for me? Osama Bin Laden wants me dead for hacking his >bank accounts already! And he wants me dead because I'm >offering $10 million of my own money to whoever helps us catch >him! Despite popular belief, I'm not doing any of this as self >promotion. The rumors that the only reason I'm sponsoring the >YIHAT campaign is that I'm broke and I need a new way to >make money are all ridiculous! Kimble is not broke! I have over >$200 million in assets! Does a poor man own a yacht? I think >not!
    >Thanks for understanding,
    >Kim Schmitz (aka Kimble)
    >YIHAT Founder / Chief Hacking Officer
    >www.kill.net + www.kimble.org
    >+49 89 523520
    >irc.booze.de / #YIHAT

    Personally I think this guy sounds more like an arrogant prick rather then a respected hacker.

    correct me If I am wrong.
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    "Everything that's countable doesn't necessarily count. What counts isn't necessarily countable."
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  • #2
    hahaha sounds like someone with a good imagination and the ability to express them in written and flash form... is this a joke? some lame movie or event I haven't heard of?

    ok you got me... what am I missing?... lolz
    if it gets me nowhere, I'll go there proud; and I'm gonna go there free.

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    • #3
      Kim chewing Gum

      This guy is a complete crook....

      He made many claims of hacks and things that he never accomplished. Low life Hacker wannabee..

      And the funny thing is the number of people who go lick his ass on his website forum , from lawyers to engineers to script kiddies.
      But after all that's not really bad, at least it keeps them away from us :)

      here are some of his stupid claims , and the truths:
      (Damn he must have suffered from early child abuse or something)
      Major brain damage !!

      Claims
      He is a hero of the cyber-underworld, looked up to by other hackers

      Truth
      Is barred from meetings of the Chaos Computer Club, the leading German hacker group

      MYTH: Many papers reported that Schmitz lowered the credit rating of
      former German chancellor Helmut Kohl to zero.


      TRUTH: Credit ratings on individuals in Germany are different from the
      US. There is no rating of a kind that you could "lower to zero". And
      the court verdict against Schmitz has nothing to say about this.


      THE LINK: According to Schmitz's verdict, he had broken into the
      computers of the Deutscher Beamtenbund, a public officials' union, and
      among other documents, copied the union's correspondence with the
      chancellor. The Masters of Deception, a New York hacker group, lowered
      the credit rating of cyber-celebrity John Perry Barlow to zero during
      an online discussion in the early 1990s.



      MYTH: Schmitz told the Sunday Telegraph he "got into Citibank's system
      and transferred $20 million (21.4 million euros) by taking tiny
      amounts from the accounts of 4 million customers and giving it to
      Greenpeace".


      TRUTH: Nothing like this is in the court records. In fact, there's no
      link to Citibank or Greenpeace at all. A Greenpeace spokeswoman told
      The Standard Europe the claim was "just not true", adding that $20
      million (21.4 million euros) would have been half the organisation's
      annual budget in the mid-1990s.


      THE LINK: In a widely publicised case in 1996, Citibank did indeed
      fall victim to a group of Russian hackers who caused $10 million (10.7
      million euros) in damages. The money didn't go to Greenpeace, though.
      However, the final scene in the hacker movie "Sneakers" (featuring
      Robert Redford, Dan Aykroyd and Sidney Poitier) is a TV news speaker
      announcing that the Republican Party had to declare insolvency while
      Greenpeace announces an enormous anonymous donation.



      MYTH: Schmitz also told the Sunday Telegraph that "he developed the
      Blue Box, software that would override the phone charging system".


      TRUTH: According to the court papers, Schmitz didn't use clever
      software to "override the phone charging system", but simply stolen
      calling card numbers he had bought from US hackers.


      THE LINK: Blue Box is the name for a hardware device which cheated the
      phone charging system by simulating its signals. They were widely used
      in the US, years before Schmitz was born in 1974.



      MYTH: In the prospectus of his company Kimvestor, Schmitz claims to
      have broken into NASA and the Pentagon.


      TRUTH: Nothing like this in on the records. The spokesman of the
      German hacker organisation Chaos Computer Club dismisses his claims as
      "made up".


      THE LINK: The hacking into a wide array of computers including those
      of the NASA made the Chaos Computer Club world-known in 1988. Some of
      the hackers who had done this were hired by the Soviet intelligence
      service KGB and broke into computers of military research labs in the
      US, but not into the Pentagon.



      MYTH: Schmitz told the Sunday Telegraph "when he came out of prison he
      was inundated with offers from companies... Within a week he was
      working for Lufthansa".


      TRUTH: According to his verdict, Schmitz was breaking into systems and
      used what he found to offer those firms his advice in security matters
      through an accomplice's consultancy. The accomplice was a former
      Lufthansa employee and Lufthansa was among their victims. However, the
      court states that it wasn't Schmitz who broke into Lufthansa's network
      but another accomplice.
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      "Everything that's countable doesn't necessarily count. What counts isn't necessarily countable."
      Albert Einstein

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      • #4
        http://www.securityfocus.com/news/272
        perl -e 'print pack(c5, (41*2), sqrt(7056), (unpack(c,H)-2), oct(115), 10)'

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        • #5
          that's hillarious... lends to understanding why they had to go "underground" and not deal with issues on the public site hehehe. probably too broke to hire another webdev for the site...
          if it gets me nowhere, I'll go there proud; and I'm gonna go there free.

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          • #6
            More for your reading pleasure...

            http://www.attrition.org/news/content/01-10-22.001.html
            perl -e 'print pack(c5, (41*2), sqrt(7056), (unpack(c,H)-2), oct(115), 10)'

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            • #7
              wow

              This guy is really cheesy.
              damn heh.
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              "Everything that's countable doesn't necessarily count. What counts isn't necessarily countable."
              Albert Einstein

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              • #8
                Dear God save us all

                Do people like this really exist in numbers? I thought stupididty of this magnitude was only found in american highschools. Now, I am not nore do I claim to be a cracker, nor am I associated with computer secturity, but even I know what the attrition stuff is all about. This guy is nuts. And could someone tell me what the point of Alistair saying he was an ex-chopper jock was?
                "If common sense is so common, why do so few people have it?"

                "Reality is an illusion, albeit a persistant one."

                LONG LIVE NEXTECH!

                Mantras are bad! Mantras are bad! Mantras are bad! Mantras are bad! Mantras are bad! Mantras are bad! Mantras are bad! Mantras are bad! Mantras are bad! Mantras are bad! Mantras are bad! Mantras are bad! Mantras are bad!

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                • #9
                  hrm

                  well you wanna see more idiots like him check his site's kimble.org forum and guestbook.
                  Its full of them :)
                  later
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