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  1. Ohm thanks for responding to this guy for me. lattera that's like me telling you it's hard to crap standing up. I think it's a safe assumption that these devices will be plugged in by whoever stole them, or whoever they were sold to. Being a college campus, they probably didn't go far. Call the police, get the theft on record. Even if they don't do anything about it, get the theft on record. Then call the campus IT people, and explain to them the situation. It's possible they will help. If you know the MAC address of the laptop and PS3 and the networks aren't encrypted, you can sniff for it yourself. That might help. But if you do find it, don't just barge in and steal it back. Call the police, tell them you know exactly who has it and you've done all their work for them. Ohm i remember seeing you when you just joined. nice to see you being a mod. anyway we don't register our mac addresses or anything. and i don't know the mac for any of them because they weren't mine. There's only two IT guys for our campus and this campus is huge, asu is the biggest in the US. i was thinking about looking at the logs they have and deducing which connections were ours. i hear they catch retard fish frog kids torrenting just by watching the bandwidth so i went ahead and emailed them, i couldn't find a number directly to them. what would you guys recommend for sniffing? i got cain but any others?
  2. hey guys i haven't been back in a while but i need some advice. i'm dorming at asu and the layout for our dorm is 2 rooms with 2 people in each, parallel to each other and connected by a bathroom. just about 30 minutes ago someone came into our room and stole my suitemate's ps3 and itouch, and my roommate's laptop. everything we have that connects to the internet goes through the wireless university network and everything plugged in goes through their dhcp server. they catch people who torrent so they watch their bandwidth carefully. so do you guys think they would have detailed logs of computer names and ips? or is there anything i can do myself to sniff out any of those devices if they're hooked up through the same network again?
  3. what was the point of that post?
  4. ill forgive you as long as you post pictures of your pets......
  5. ah i used to know such a good one. it would show you a map down to streets, with street names, etc. i lost the bookmark though god! ill go find it
  6. Sorry for what????? and wow you got my information you must be proud of yourself. It's not that hard to do. i don't get it, isn't thats what you wanted him to do? jeeze you dick
  7. first you find out their username and password! than you type it in on the login screen. tricky i know.
  8. aw gross is this for that 24/7 catsex cam you were talking about? here's some frames in case no one heard about T.M.O.S 's ....'idea'
  9. the forums i hung out at went down and minion introduced me to these minion
  10. um hm i tink so. j00 got 0wned by gRLz n00b! heh jk im done.
  11. blegh it's just work, who wants to do work when they know the result is gonna be shit. im too lazy to do something like that when asked lol, there has to be a purpose man! otherwise it's script kiddies crap. besides it's just way more fun when you set yourself a 'mission'
  12. thanks all, i was looking for a more manual approach to learn more, but whatever thanks lots.
  13. w00t! w00t!
  14. thanks for the input that sounds like it'll work, i didn't touch the partition thats probably it, no clear partition. alright ill try that stuff next chance i get
  15. alright my little old g3 lappy, that has ubuntu on it, won't reformat! im trying to put mac os x back on it because i've learned my lesson about ppc architecture and linux. i put in the mac os x cd and the installation starts up fine. the only problem is when it asks which volume i would like to install it on. there are no choices! the field is blank and i can't choose anything! i know the hd responds because ubuntu runs fine. is there a manual way i can wipe the hd without logging in? because i don't remember my user name or password. heh.