matt

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  1. Ok. Ive always wondered how these brute force programs work. I was thinking that I might like to see if I can make one. Not to break into everyone's crap, just to see if I can make one. Ive set up a test account on photobucket.com to see if I can do it. Anyone want to help? Oh and if this is against the rules, and just looks like another "help me hack hotmail" topic then delete it. It's not that big a deal to me. Its just something I wanted to try. I asked a long time ago how brute force programs work when its online, but I cant find the topic. Yes, I searched. Anyway, the account username is binrevmatt. (link) The password is pretty simple. One word, no capital letters or numbers. I'm going to start with that.
  2. There is nothing script kiddish about the article I posted. It's real hacking. Just copy/paste! where is the Devidot tools Google it. The first link should provide your answer.
  3. There is a guide I found to hacking myspace. It works! I can't remember where I got it originally. (it came from here, a binrev'er made it, so claim it if 'twas you!) easy_hacking.pdf
  4. I think he is talking about windows, but maybe he was just using that as an example.
  5. Stop whining. Matt's post count: +1
  6. Couldn't you just password protect a directory somewhere on your hard drive? That seems a little more secure than the sliding desktop. I don't know how this works, and I am not a programmer, but I have an idea. Make it so that the desktop that is "15 invisible monitors to the right" displays the desktop shortcuts from a different user account on windows. You know how there can be multiple users, and each one has his own shortcuts? Make it so that shortcuts from a different account are displayed in there. I don't know how you would make it look like a desktop, with a background and all that stuff but its worth a try.
  7. Yeah, but once it clicks you can do it. You don't have to study, and invest time with your bike. Or, I didn't have to anyway. I also don't need viagra.
  8. Hey, how's your OS coming along? Made any progress? First Of All, Why Would You Capitalize The First Letter Of Every Word In Every Sentence? This Is...Retarded. Also, maybe he forgot. I used to be quite skilled at HTML, but now I can hardly remember much of it. I have to think for a second when making images or anchors, to make sure I typed everything correctly. It's not like riding a bike at all. Bike riding isn't all that hard to learn, and the only reason you don't forget is because when you get older you know how to ride a bike because it's common sense. There are some things you don't have to learn when you are past the age of 6. Learning To Not Capitalize Every Word When Ranting At Someone For The Way He Types Must Be One Of Them: Exclusive To You.
  9. http://www.binrev.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=25791 Anyone know of anything else other than this and shipit? Something that will ship free stuff? (I mean like Operating Systems specifically, not just any kind of crap)
  10. That movie "Cloverfield" or "1-18-08" looks like it'll be or already is an ARG.
  11. I took part a little bit in one called I Love Bees. It's pretty good. There's one going on now. Its for Halo 3. Im not following this one at all but theres a forum over here: http://args.bungie.org/
  12. Is there a tool that will write zero's to sectors that are marked as blank but really still have data on them? I need one. If that doesn't make sense, I'll clarify: The hard drive has files on it, then you delete them. They can be un-deleted using some tools that scan sectors that are marked as blank. I want to blank out all those sectors that are marked as blank, in case anything is on there. What should I use? I'm running Ubuntu.
  13. They already have something like that, it's called FreeNet. http://freenetproject.org/
  14. I installed it, how do I use it?
  15. I could see that being useful for installing on a normal PC, but if you want the easy way out for installing it in VMware just use bittorrent to download a pre-created virtual machine. It's all installed and everything, just open the vmx with vmware and it boots right up.
  16. This is my first time to get hacked. I'm guessing they used a wordpress exploit, because I googled their names and other wordpress websites came up all over the place. http://videos.cleanstream.net What do people gain from this? I don't see any money to be made in this business... Plus, if you look, I haven't updated the site in over a year, it was dead and nobody went there. I don't know how he even found it...
  17. I just booted into Sabayon and I'm very impressed with what comes with it and how beryl works straight out of the box. My video card is an NVidia 8800 and usually it's hard to find anything that has those drivers preinstalled. This distro is amazing. Although I prefer gnome to KDE, this is still pretty crazy awesome. I know you can switch to gnome after install, but I'm just booted live right now. Very satisfied with Sabayon.
  18. Everyone is different. What's best for me might not be best for you. This website will ask you a series of questions, then present you with a list of suggested distributions based on the answers you gave. http://www.zegeniestudios.net/ldc/index.php I think it works well. The distro I'm using was the first result returned when I took the test. This is very good for beginners, or just someone who doesn't know what to try.
  19. Why not just use SphereXP http://www.spheresite.com
  20. What's the reason for getting Linspire if you have to pay for it? I mean, if you are going to pay for an OS why not get Windows or OSX? If you are going to be using Linux anyway, why not get a free distribution of it and not have to pay for anything? I just don't understand why someone would use Linspire. Anyone know? (Im not trying to be sarcastic, I'm genuinely wondering)
  21. Converting from MP3 to flac won't increase your sound quality either. It'll be MP3 quality in FLAC format.
  22. "try Debian"?... The suggestion wasnt to say Debian is better than Ubuntu. Yes, developers from both distros switch back and forth because there is lack of personnel. Yes, they have the same package manager. Yes, the hardware recognition is awesome for both... etc, etc, etc. Agreed. It was suggested because new users get the wrong idea about what Linux actually is, if they use Ubuntu. Ubuntu is awesome, and you can do so much with it. Like you said, vice versa. The difference is you do things for yourserlf in Debian. Ubuntu is great for power users that really want to get something done. I use it from time to time. Ubuntu is good for Windows users to switch to Linux. The flaw in using Ubuntu as a new user is: new users are just using a substitute for Windows. Too much is done for the user and this just puts the user back where they started. So not just for Debian... use any power users distro you want, but Fedora/Slackware/Debian will offer much more to the new user than point and click. IMO This is very true, but not all users want to learn how the core system works. Some just want it to work without knowing why or how.
  23. Did you miss the part where he mentions that it won't power on? How old is it? It might be nothing but a paperweight now.
  24. I wonder how many customers they will lose from this. If anyone is with dreamhost and wants something different, http://ixwebhosting.com is what I use and they are superior to anything I have seen out there.
  25. Try out Ubuntu. I like it much better than any windows platform I ever used, and its incredibly simple. Download or order for free from http://shipit.ubuntu.com Here is a video I made of me using Ubuntu: