StankDawg

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    June 2014, Tract de la Société Secrète de PoC||GTFO sur l'évangile des machines étranges et autres sujets techniques par le prédicateur Pasteur Manul Laphroaig
  2. File Name: PoC||GTFO 0x03 File Submitter: StankDawg File Submitted: 21 Mar 2015 File Category: PoC||GTFO Original Release Date: March 2014 March 2014, An Address to the Secret Society of PoC||GTFO concerning the Gospel of the Weird Machines and also the Smashing of Idols to Bits and Bytes by the Rt. Revd. Dr. Pastor Manul Laphroaig Click here to download this file
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    March 2014, An Address to the Secret Society of PoC||GTFO concerning the Gospel of the Weird Machines and also the Smashing of Idols to Bits and Bytes by the Rt. Revd. Dr. Pastor Manul Laphroaig
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    December 2013, Children's Bible Coloring Book of PoC||GTFO Issue 0x02, an Epistle to the 30th CCC Congress in Hamburg
  5. File Name: PoC||GTFO 0x02 File Submitter: StankDawg File Submitted: 21 Mar 2015 File Category: PoC||GTFO Original Release Date: December 2013 December 2013, Children's Bible Coloring Book of PoC||GTFO Issue 0x02, an Epistle to the 30th CCC Congress in Hamburg Click here to download this file
  6. File Name: PoC||GTFO 0x01 File Submitter: StankDawg File Submitted: 21 Mar 2015 File Category: PoC||GTFO Original Release Date: October 2013 October 2013, An Epistle to the 10th H2HC in São Paulo, From the writing desk, not the raven, of Rt. Revd. Preacherman Pastor Manul Laphroaig Click here to download this file
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    October 2013, An Epistle to the 10th H2HC in São Paulo, From the writing desk, not the raven, of Rt. Revd. Preacherman Pastor Manul Laphroaig
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    August 2013, An epistle from the desk of Rt. Revd. Pastor Manul Laphroaig
  9. Because it is a common occurance in this forum in particular, I thought that I would post a clarification for anyone who may post here that INTENT is a very important part of your post. Intent is a legal term that shows what your goal is and is similar to a confession (in advance) to what you are trying to accomplish. I think an example may clarify... BAD QUESTION: GOOD QUESTION: The reason why these posts are different is the intent of the posts. The first example is a request for assistance in doing something illegal. This is not (necessarily) a statement towards the MORALITY of this action, but more to the LEGALITY of asking here in these forums. By stating your intent, that makes me liable for any actions that may result from the responses posted here. It can be claimed that I not only allowed, but encouraged it by allowing the thread to exist and allow responses to it. This is one of the reasons that we have certain rules. The second post is better because it does not state any intended purpose. It is a simple question and we do not know what your intent it. I trust that anyone posting like this is doing it for reasons of their own and are probably testing out the security on their own box that they control. I give all users the benefit of the doubt. But if you post something that explicitly states some intent, then the moderating team is forced to take action. I also remind our users to LET THE MODERATORS HANDLE THESE. Do not quote the rules at people because ultimately only the moderators are trained (and yes, they do get training) to be able to intepret this. Hacking is about exploring. And breaking/hacking wordpress (or anything else) is a valid topic and very much encouraged for discussion. You just have to be doing it for the right reasons. If you are doing it on your box (or assumed to be doing it on your box) then this is good, healthy curiosity and an educational pursuit. This is great and we welcome that pursuit. All I am saying is "THINK BEFORE YOU POST". Thank you.
  10. I texted Beav... no response yet.
  11. Today is the 29th anniversary of "The conscience of a hacker" by The Mentor. It is more commonly called "The hackers manifesto". As a young 14 year old southern redneck who never really fit in with the rednecks, this article changed my life. It made me realize that there were others out there who were smart and felt like they didn't belong. It gave me hope that one day I would find those people. I found a lot of them here at binrev. My dramatic reading of this article is in the downloads section. If you have never read it before, or want to hear it again, please give it a listen.
  12. Today is the 29th anniversary of the day this this article was released in Phrack magazine. "The Conscience of a Hacker" changed my life and I hold it in highest regards.
  13. I'll try to make a call this weekend and see what is going on...
  14. I just upgraded the site to the latest software packages. The boards had a minor point release, but more importantly, I renewed the subscription(s) necessary to keep it a little more reliable and secure. It should be stable, but post in this thread if you find any bugs.
  15. Closed out reported tickets, Cleaned up a bunch more spam and buhleeted some spammers.

    1. JCSwishMan33

      JCSwishMan33

      DELORTED!!! *COACH-Z'D!*

  16. Due to the lack of activity on the boards, I do not see any value in having a subscription to certain areas of BinRev any more. I have removed that ongoing subscription to the "BinRev Financiers" group for this reason. I did leave subscription available, but it no longer expires and does not charge anyone for renewal anymore. It is now a lifetime membership. The benefits are still the same. the only change is that membership is now permanent. All members who were already in that group are now grandfathered in permanently. Please contact me with your username if you do not see yourself in the proper group. If you were there in the past, I will add you back if I see the expired transaction.
  17. Thanks to JCSwishman and scratchytcarrier for helping flag SPAM to bring it to my attention!

  18. Just last week, I uploaded the first three releases of BinRev magazine (AKA: BR magazine or BREAK magazine) to the downloads section of the site. They are also available on archive.org in case something ever happens to us here at binrev.com for some reason. This is the official archive here of all BinRev releases. I was able to find issue 3.1 (the fourth overall issue) but this was never printed or released publicly. It is not complete and still has typos and probably some mistakes and grammar problems in it. Also, because it is the in-progress editing version, it does not have the polished finishing touches on it. The borders still have the color tests and guidelines on them. I also have the OUTSIDE cover (but not the inside cover) as a separate file. Because I do not have all of the original fonts and graphics used, I cannot finish editing it. Now the question that I have for everyone is this: Should I release them here? I would NOT want to put these on archive.org simply because they are not complete or official releases and would only want them available here for those who are truly interested. I think of them similar to outtakes from the radio show. Even though I post some bonus clips and such from the radio show, I don't consider them official releases and never include them on external sites. I would only post them here (but everyone is encouraged to share them on their own) but I wont even bother if there is no interest. What does everyone think? Do you want to see a 90% finished version of BR 3.1 from May 2007?
  19. You have my permission to air old BRR episodes. If you do any original shows/content, please record it and put it here or send it to me. I would like to listen. You may even stream it online 24/7 which might be cool. Good luck with the project!
  20. DD/MM/YYYY not MM/DD/YYYY.
  21. Just uploaded the digital versions of BinRev Magazine to the downloads section of the website.

  22. You will need to find the documentation for the device. It will tell you what file formats it supports. It may be as simple as renaming the .jpg file to .bin but I am hoping that you at least tried that first. IF not, then it may be some other format renamed to .bin or it may be proprietary. There are lots of free image editing tools that will output files into lots of obscure formats. I think you need to find that manual or documentation to start. Otherwise, keep guessing at formats and sizes (they can also limit by filesize and/or dimensions) until you get lucky.
  23. File Name: BinRev Magazine 2.1 File Submitter: StankDawg File Submitted: 01 May 2014 File Category: BR Magazine The third issue of BinRev magazine. Before now, DDP members had been responsibly for writing most of the articles with a few of our regular supporters and good friends writing as well. At this stage, we really tried to push for more content from outside submissions. This is sadly what had always been a problem with the hacking community. Submissions and content providers are hard to find. Everyone wants to consume, but no one contributes. We were able to get some great stuff for this issue but it took a lot longer than I was expecting and it was the only issue that we released all year. That being said, it was yet another triumph artistically! Logan5 did an amazing cover which was completely his idea from the start. This cover was another work of art suitable for framing and one of my biggest regrets was with the final printed product. I just didn't have enough experience with printing to foresee that a wrap-around cover like the one used in this issue would cause the edges to crack when it was folded and stapled. I was heartbroken when the spine cracked on our nice card-stock covers because I felt like I was disrespecting his beautiful cover. Click here to download this file
  24. File Name: BinRev Magazine 1.2 File Submitter: StankDawg File Submitted: 01 May 2014 File Category: BR Magazine Original Release Date: September 2003 The second issue of BinRev magazine was much improved in term of visual aspects and creativity. We set a general theme for each issue and we tried to keep the overall design and layout as well as the articles that we wrote around those type of topics. On that theme, logan5 had free reign to do what he wanted with the cover compared to my simplistic approach last issue. I was amazed at his creativity and still think that this cover is suitable for framing all by itself. The interiors were also amazing! I was a lot more hands-off on the design work in this issue because it was apparent that logan5 was infinitely better at that than me so I focused on layout and editing while he made the graphics match the articles and really bring the whole magazine to life. If the first issue was our proof of concept, this issue was our proof of our ability to really get it right. This issue and the following issues were the proudest things that I ever put out in all of BinRev history. Click here to download this file
  25. File Name: BinRev Magazine 1.1 File Submitter: StankDawg File Submitted: 01 May 2014 File Category: BR Magazine Original Release Date: May 2003 The very first issue of BinRev magazine. We started numbering with Issue 1.1 as the official release. The goal was to number as "Year.Issue" so that we could always increment and release as many issues as we were able and have them in numeric sequence. We never released enough for this to make sense so the numbering system ended up looking strange to readers. This issue was very light-hearted and had some silly pictures and was a proof of concept to see if the interest was there. The article content was great and the formatting was a work-in-progress but we certainly got better with subsequent issues. Click here to download this file