phr33zr byt3

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  1. I was watching tv and noticed that on a local comcast community bulletin board station you can see a mouse arrow on the screen and I had just never considered the fact before that the channel ran what is probably a slideshow on a computer. I took the pic where you can see the mouse arrow. Does anyone have any pics of computer malfunctions showing up on tv stations?
  2. Thehackingoftech.wordpress.com is a blog a started,i no long update it,but it has some great articles. Please check it out.
  3. I'll research into that and post what i find. I kinda stopped updating the blog because I ran out of ideas for posts,but if you or anyone here would like ro reccomend something they want to see a blgo entry on that would be great.
  4. Hello Gambit,whats up?
  5. This article on infinityexists might help you. http://infinityexists.com/forum/network/oldThread1799/
  6. U.S Army Field Manual 3-05.70Survival
  7. LOL
  8. What is the point of having one giant image from 16+ webcams? What is your goal you want to accomplish with the giant image?
  9. I agree with Latera the more population the more you have of good old hackers who hack to learn and attackers who hack and attack for profit and criminal enterprises.
  10. For the default pins,pretty much the same thing that m3747r0n said,but for a more comprehensive list you might include 2222,3333,4444,4321. What a long list lol
  11. Did they also pentrate your lan/company network or just obtain web application login credentials?
  12. Yea,lulz,if you don't tell anyone about that picture of me on peopleofwalmart.com i'll break into walmart and steal their data.
  13. Maybe, Area 51 is a giant walmart data center? lulz!
  14. Do ya'll live near Shreveport?
  15. That is genious! (*maniacal laughter*)
  16. Welcome Articman!
  17. If what you mean is the password is masked by asterisks,then you can use this program to unmask it,Asterisk Logger from nirsoft.net
  18. I'm not sure where the sql database is,but once your in the network you could just scan for open ports with nmap and investigate from there and you would probably get some of that info anyway by running a man in the middle attack.
  19. In somewhere like walmart,there price scanners run windows CE and the scanner is a program that auto runs.If you unplug the price scanner and plug it back in it will reboot.You could attempt to stop the program before it runs and then run something like Wireless Keyview from nirsoft.net to see the stored WPA key that goes to the walmart wireless network.Then you would have direct access to the walmart wireless network where all the POS systems send their traffic.