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Discussion in 'News' started by qubit, Sep 26, 2011.

  1. Fx

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    I cant believe he used HMA to do that. smart enough to hack but lacks common sense

    he got what he deserves
     
  2. WarraWarra New Member

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    LMAO what was these kids thinking.

    You have flash and java that spills all your info to any clown older than 3 years old, the webcam and Vista + win7 is built by NSA so go figure it is like placing a microphone in your bedroom while making whoopi and streaming it over youtube or something.

    IPV6 to IPV4 leaks your data DUH. Never mind the mine field called iPhone / Android phone.
    It is like playing hopscotch on zee mine filed in 1943 Germany.

    Surely they know that even Tor.eff.org states it can annoy the preacher coming to visit and trying to find dirt on you but it does not stop anything from being exposed just makes it less easy.

    Even with a proxy going through tor and then using hidemyass there is still info and some stupid idiots login into their personal accounts / emails and such so 1 moment you login from your normal home ISP to gmail, next you do it from a 3 layer proxy = ??? or farcebook or twitter, this must be the same guy so lets get him = compromised.

    This is the USA we are guilt until proven innocent and all yes all your data is and always will be public knowledge even the brand of condom you bought 20 years ago on your debit card will be used against you in a court of law for profiling. Try going to court and you end up defending yourself for trying to put a criminal in jail as the criminal is innocent but you as a good citizen is always guilty for trying to do the right thing.
    USD$450m per year Texas lawsuit. :banghead:

    There is not, nor was there any internet security in the last 5 years and anything that passes on any of the NSA MS Windows or NSA networks 4.2.2.1/6 or enters the USA will be used against you in a court of law guilt or innocent.

    Everyone knows that, the fact that the clowns in charge can not process the data if too large amount is well obvious but they would eventually get there.

    That is why I was pushing for the HCDCS Hive Cluster Distributed Cloud System "on demand" to process this and other data as well as other systems I suggested to try and catch the 3 truck supposedly dangerous people that got USA visas or passports who knows what the embassy messed up again, close to a recent anniversary or at least attempt to catch up to them once this system is implemented.

    Surely Anonymous knew this once they started with their shenanigans. :banghead:
     
  3. AsRock

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    Maybe he will of grown up by time he gets out lol.
     
  4. Live OR Die

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    No sure about this site but there are a few you can use to activate Russian steam games were ever you are comes in handy.
     
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    The best way to get all the naughty asses in one place is to offer them a place to hide their asses. Only later to expose them all....

    Genius.
     
  6. laszlo

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    if you want do to something without been caught 1st you don't use your daily pc/laptop ;buy a laptop (not new) and with free wireless you can be caught;but never connect that one to your home internet...
     
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    Should have used Mc Donalds free wifi the smart arse.
     
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    Wouldn't help -- they'd just log the date/time that the attack happened, find the McDonald's that it originated from, and then check the CC cameras to find the guy who was sitting by himself, surreptitiously hunched over a laptop, looking up whenever someone walks behind him.
     
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    The real question here is why would anyone use a service based in a country with some of the most sophisticated spying technologies, and police state laws.


    you guys arent naive enough to think we're living in a democracy! :D
     
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    i would just like to add my piece, if someone wants to remain totally anonymous on the internet then it is very much possible (although very inconvenient).

    all you do is buy a prepaid 3G dongle from a shop using CASH, buy a laptop/netbook from a shop using CASH and then head to a field with a nice view and then use your favored proxy/anonymizer and then your good to go, destroy and throw away the devices once done.

    impossible to be traced, no matter how illegal the thing you just did was ;)

    now i know this is way too much effort/cost, but for those that are adamant that the internet is not anonymous, it can be with alot of effort. PM me for other ways aswel.
     
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  11. laszlo

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    but when you connect that to your home internet you're busted;even when you use that piece for ex.check mail you're busted;point is to use that machine only for that purpose (no matter what)!

    every pc/laptop have a unique hardware id which can be traced if once used on internet so be careful...
     
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    Did you not notice that he said throw it away/destroy it when you are done?
     
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    you afford to destroy a 2-300 worthy laptop lets say every month ?
     
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    It's not about whether or not I can afford a 200$ netbook every month (which I could if I needed to), but whether it's worth it to someone who is trying to accomplish a specific goal and needs complete anonymity.

    We are talking hypothetically here.

    SO, yes I can technically afford to do that, BUT I would not as it's silly. There are much more practical methods of becoming anonymous or decreasing chances of being found.
     
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    spot on. the method i mentioned would only be suitable for lets say... erm.. if someone wanted to hack the BLOODY CIA WEBSITE! which is what this donk head got caught doing.

    the point is, if someone wants to remain anonymous on the internet (a guaranteed method) then its possible, as long as you are willing to spend
     
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    tigger I'm the only one

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    I would go to my friends house, wait till he goes to work, break in and do my illegal activity on his connection then go home. Then marry his sexy missus when he gets ten years under the anti terroism act.
     
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    ...and then get murdered by your "friend".
     
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  18. Wile E

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    That's actually what I meant. No offense to qubit intended. I still appreciate his posting, but this just doesn't seem like TPU news material to me.
     
  19. qubit

    qubit Overclocked quantum bit

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    Easy, Wile E:

    I agree it's a bit indirect and I did think about this before I posted. The connection is that PC enthusiasts are also more likely to be hackers than your average PC user and might well use such a service, simply because they're much more computer literate and skills cross over much more readily between the two activities.

    Besides, I figured it would make a really interesting read and it seems I wasn't wrong. :)
     
  20. Wile E

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    I agree it's interesting. By saying it's not TPU news worthy, I'm not saying it's a bad post or anything. I just think it's misplaced is all.

    Not really a big deal. Just giving my opinion.
     
  21. qubit

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    No problem, I agree this one was a bit left field - feel free to keep us news posters on our toes. :toast:
     
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    prolly should launch a site, hidemyballs.com but i think a porn company probably already took it.
     
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    :laugh: well he'll soon be learning how to hide his ass in jail :eek:
     

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