Hacking ?

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    are you guys kidding? lol, or are you two really angry at eachother over this $null bloke

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    You're on my list now aswell. At this moment I'm writing your IP on my slate board.

    Don't speak the $n word in vain.

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    lol, ok can you let me in on it or am i gonna have to besiege you with pm's until you tell me what's so funny

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    Sorry, in all seriousness, Mr $null has a habit of showing up whenever hacking is mentioned (as Fordy has already pointed out) and because hackers (normally frustrated admins) think that everybody gives a damn about their 'little' security tricks (this is hidden knowledge btw), it's fun to take the ........ out of them.

    It may not be as much fun if you care about being hacked, but from what I'm typing this on I couldn't really give a ****.

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    Goddam!!! I just been hacked......

    I minimised all my progs and there was a banner on my desktop....it went like this

    Windows is gay......
    Sorensen iz da masta!
    Linux iz good....
    $null 4 president!!!
    That's the last time I cross swords with the *nix crew!!!

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    Never underestimate the power of the myths that my crew maintain.

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    Originally posted by Sorensen
    Be careful, me and mister $null have got some big friends who might screw up your computer, or screw your companies computer (if you give a toss). It's got nothing to do with us being inadequate, honest. It's just that we know a so much more than you about how this new fangled internet network thingy works.
    what can i say :P and i like this Fordy charecter and ya Fordy you got me right i run freebsd *sniff*

    as for sorensen im white hat :P so dont worry i just find it amusing to suggest a little seminar will help you against black hats...

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    That's cool, umm, yeah whatever. I'm from Oz myself.

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    ..btw, where may I find one of those seminars. They sound right up my street now I've found my broom.

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    How do you do the ( i saw a friend do this once) thig where you can hack someones computer by knowing there Computers address?

    This guy i know made a computer in front of him start printing these messages on the screen... He also made a little 7up dot run behind you icons...

    How???
    What is C++?

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    >>where you can hack someones computer by knowing there Computers address?

    Judging by the highly technical and descriptive terms such as 'hack' and 'Computer address', I would have to say your best bet on learning this topic would be to become vastly more knowledgable about computers in general. But mainly my basic instinct tells me you should turn off your computer and never turn it back on again.

    Hacking peoples systems is for simps who are too lazy to do anything productive with their life. That kind of knoweldge is useful. Put it to good use instead.
    "There's always another way"
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    Wow...

    Just askin...

    And I happen to know alot about computers just not in the areas of "Hacking" and "networking" ect.

    I would never want to hack ino someones system! I was just curious as to how that info gets transfered from one PC to another...
    What is C++?

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    If you know the PC's address you can go round with an axe and hack it. Only do it once as they may notice a second attack.
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    do they really call you hitler behind your back? just wondering adolf
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