View Full Version : The rise and fall of an Uber Haxor

05-28-2002, 01:46 PM


Poor little millionaire....


05-28-2002, 02:51 PM

05-28-2002, 02:57 PM
No wonder so many kids want to become crackers. With reports like this:

"Notorious hacker Fluffi Bunni has struck again, shaming two security sites in the last week"

"Thousands of UK websites had their traffic redirected this morning by hacker Fluffi Bunni"

"The notorious hacker known as Fluffi Bunni, responsible for hacking such sites as the Sans Institute, McDonald's and Attrition.org"

Umm, are you sure thats glorified enough? Knowledge is power. Power corrupts. I respect their skill, but I abhor what they do with it.

05-28-2002, 05:52 PM
here here.... kinda funny though that this fluffi bunny character defaced security company websites.

Also, after reading an article about him/her, I noticed that they referred to fluffi bunny as a 'he' who has a lot of pink stuffed bunnies.

Why does fluffi bunny have to be a guy? What if he is a she? Maybe fluffi bunny is doubleanti in disguise....

05-28-2002, 06:00 PM

And that is kind of amazing. It is hard for me not to envy fluffi bunny's capabilities even though he/she is using them for all the wrong reasons....

05-28-2002, 06:43 PM
Yes, i surfed around and found that one earlier. The whole reason I mentioned anything about the whole idolization concept was because upon reading the articles, i found myself thinking: 'Wow. I wish my skills were that advanced. This guy is seriously impressive.' Its only one step further (to some) to want to imitate him entirely.

>>I noticed that they referred to fluffi bunny as a 'he'

Well thats the default sex for unidentified persons. The reason being i'd assume is because your chances of being right are the greatest. So in that respect it makes more sense than refering to 'it' as a she.

06-01-2002, 04:30 AM
Anyone old enough to remember the deal with Kevin Mitnick? That's by far still the best in my book and probably always will be.