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  1. Glad I have Android. Siri is one snotty bitch.

  2. Not only is this not at all hacking (review the definition in the TS that you agreed to when you signed up [really, in general reality who actually sits there and reads TS files anyways?]) but if this is your first hijack, why not attempt breaking in to something simpler/shoddier, like a Wordpress forum? Just saying. But with enough unfixed security holes to make it look like a piece of lacy Swiss cheese, a piece of junk like Wordpress would seem like a logical starting place to get your hands in before working up to bigger and better pseudo-hacker criminal endeavours. You know, one step at a time and all that crap. It's funny Wordpress is easier to "hack", than to make a custom PHP application or even get style sheets to override the theme developer's. That was only moderately sarcastic, too.... Wordpress 0-day: CSS To override forms on Wordpress: /* used as container to align main form on search page */#content { width: 1140px !important;}#main { width: 920px !important;}#formContainer { margin-top: 17px !important; margin-left: 100px !important; border: none !important; max-width: 780px !important; min-width: 780px !important; padding-bottom: 10px !important; padding-left: 10px !important; padding-right: 10px !important; padding-top: 10px !important;}/* Align Main Table Holding Form */#mainTableAlign {margin-top: 50px !important;}/* End align table *//* Main Search Button */.btnMainSearch { -webkit-box-shadow: 0px 0px 0px !important; -moz-box-shadow: 0px 0px 0px #666666 !important; font-family: Arial !important; color: #FFFFFF !important; font-size: 15px !important; padding: 10px 30px 10px 30px !important; border: 1px solid #000000 !important; text-decoration: none !important; background-color: #CC6666 !important;}.btnMainSearch:hover { background: #333399 !important; text-decoration: none !important; cursor: pointer !important;}/* end main Search Button CSS *//* text for Age Range labels */.ageRangeLabelText { font-family: Gotham, "Helvetica Neue", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif !important; font-style: normal !important; font-variant: normal !important; font-weight: lighter !important; font-size: small !important; color: #666666 !important; padding-right: 3px !important; text-align: right !important; letter-spacing: 0.26mm !important; text-transform: capitalize !important; font-size: smaller;}/* label text for state widget */.stateLabelMainForm { color: #666666 !important; font-style: normal !important; font-variant: normal !important; font-family: Gotham, "Helvetica Neue", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif !important; float: none !important; display: inline !important; font-weight: lighter !important; padding-left: 10px !important; padding-bottom: 4px !important; margin-bottom: 0px !important; text-align: left !important; letter-spacing: 0.3mm !important; clear: none !important; font-size: smaller;}.labelStyleMainSearch { color: #666666 !important; font-style: normal !important; font-variant: normal !important; font-family: Gotham, "Helvetica Neue", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif !important; float: none !important; display: block !important; font-weight: normal; padding-left: 0px !important; padding-bottom: 4px !important; margin-bottom: 0px !important; text-align: left !important; letter-spacing: 0.3mm !important; font-size: small;}/* styles for widgets on main search form */.widgetStyleMainSearch { height: 25px !important; padding-left: 5px !important; padding-right: 5px !important; color: #5E5E5E !important; font-family: Gotham, "Helvetica Neue", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif !important; font-style: normal !important; font-size: large !important; text-align: center !important; border: thin solid #040404 !important; background-color: #E6E6E6 !important; font-weight: normal !important; letter-spacing: 0.4mm !important; padding-bottom: 2px !important; margin-bottom: 2px !important; margin-left: 5px !important; -webkit-box-shadow: 0px 0px !important; box-shadow: 0px 0px !important; width: 150px !important;}/* styles for age-range widgets */.ageRangeWidgets { height: 25px !important; padding-left: 4px !important; padding-right: 4px !important; color: #666666 !important; font-family: "Lucida Grande", "Lucida Sans Unicode", "Lucida Sans", "DejaVu Sans", Verdana, sans-serif !important; font-style: normal !important; font-size: smaller !important; border: thin solid #040404 !important; background-color: #E6E6E6 !important; margin-left: 10px !important; width: 54px !important; vertical-align: baseline !important; line-height: normal !important; text-decoration: none !important; font-variant: normal !important; letter-spacing: 0.2mm !important; margin-bottom: 3px !important;}/* styles for state input drop-down widget */.inputStateWidgetMainForm { color: #666666; font-family: Gotham, "Helvetica Neue", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif !important; font-style: normal !important; font-size: small !important; border: thin solid #040404 !important; background-color: #E6E6E6 !important; margin-top: 10px !important; font-weight: normal !important; letter-spacing: 0.3mm !important; padding-left: 4px !important; width: 160px !important; text-align: center !important; margin-right: 0px !important; margin-left: 7px !important; margin-top: 10px !important; margin-bottom: 20px !important; padding-right: 4px !important; padding-bottom: 4px !important; line-height: 300px !important;}
  3. One of those nights where I should have just taken the blue pill...

  4. One of those nights where I should have just taken the red pill....

  5. I was giving him something to do. ;-) Ok... Get the same version of MyBB installed. Install PHP, MySQL, etc.. setting up an environment closely as possible to the target... Then audit it to your heart's content w/o fear of admin turing over logs to your ISP. etc...
  6. *T-1
  7. Try to find a smaller ISP, if any are still around. I worked for a mom & pop ISP a while ago. They didn't keep the servers in locked cages. But charged under $120 per month for clients to co-locate a box on a T-3 link. It was pretty relaxed as far as letting clients in, because we didn't a gazillion clients. Secure enough that I wouldn't worry about equipment getting stolen and relaxed enough for a tech to let come in and work on your box (if it's local). Just use encrypted connections. Some of the techs liked to play around with Wireshark on the network though.
  8. Read the Rainbow book series. After you've completed all of them... you'll know how to get the admin password. http://fas.org/irp/nsa/rainbow.htm
  9. That moment what resolving the CAPTCHA hieroglyphs are not worth the end result.

  10. Mixed opinions about Seattle's draft pick. Yes. the guy did beat his gf. But should we give a chance? Do we want him with no future? Or the chance to do something in life?

  11. That moment of holding your breath when you try to "activate" Windows. :-)

  12. This is the way I scowl when I'm watching pr0n and Comcast decided to put me on a new Subnet. Can't they do this when people are not up at 2:00AM getting of on Internet pr0n? How would they feel if I took their girlfriend away right as they were getting off? Well... back to work I guess.

  13. Crap! I hate apartment living. Especially getting woke at 6:30AM on a Saturday morning. But it always helps when the bass from the stereo in your bedroom is louder than that neighbors'. >:)

  14. With my trusty Galaxy II half dead, decided to splurge on a Sony Xperia Z3 Compact. Hopefully this will last a few years (3 -4). I must say, Android Lollipop is pretty darn nifty vs. JellyBean.

  15. Went to an US Air-force museum and saw the coolest piece, most ahead of its time technology ever! A real-live SR-71 Blackbird. Considering only 32 were ever made, and about 13 were lost "in duty", it was pretty damn cool to see up close! :-)

    1. tekio


      No, it wasn't. But it was pretty cool. Would love to go to the Smithsonian, though.

  16. IDK. I think most LaCie, SanDisk, LG, etc.. are just composed of the same third party components, assembled at the same Chinese facility etc... and stamped with their logo. I worked for a place that designed electronics and even got some company flash drives for installing their software. About every three months or so, we'd get a shipment from our manufacturer in China that would all have the same defect. Most of the time we caught it before releasing to consumers. However, every now and again we'd be behind in products and make do with what we had on hand (fixed and sold as refurbished, etc...)
  17. I'll try that. I liked being able to put a volume on a thumb drive and mount it on any operating system. That was my "cloud storage" solution. LoL
  18. New Mac and back to work. I definitely would recommend Linux over any o/s for those who want to get into security or anything computer science related. I'm now pretty convinced OS/X is a great operating system for web developers. :-)

    1. tekio


      *as in studying Computer Science*

  19. Keep an eye on them, and don't leave them sitting around. Whenever I'm at a public place, I never leave stuff out of my sight. I always leave my bag strapped around my shoulder and even around my ankle when I'm taking a dump. Just get a bag with good zipppers that need are difficult to unzip or make a louder zipping noise. When I'm at an airport or other area that attracts thieves and long waits..., I will tie the dual zippers together with a twisty tie. EDIT: twisty ties make it pretty hard to easily and quietly unzip a bag while you're standing in line with it over your shoulder. Got that from a book about pick-pockets (a detective).
  20. VB can be fun. I like to play around with it in Visual Studio, though. Thanks for posting! I love reading other people's code. I sometimes get ideas how to things in a whole new paradigm. Kind of that, "oh! cool, i never thought of doing it that way.".
  21. I like Backbox. It's a little more polished than Kali. It uses a better default kernel for wireless auditing; at least with my Alfa RTL8187's. For desktop I like Mint; It just works. For a server I like Debian Testing. 7 years ago, I'd probably be an Arc or Gentoo fan. But when time is money (and I don't get paid directly to configure Linux desktops), easy of setup and a decent set of packages combined with comparability across as much hardware as possible is king for me.
  22. Jafco was awesome. I spent many nights there playing Intellevision and Atari there. It was like the arcade but free. :-) My dad was pretty high-tech back in the 80's he had a Northstar Horizon, even.
  23. The most difficult part of reformation is the urge of low-hanging fruit. :-(

  24. Not sure about other devices. It was one of the very first to come out. I was about 4 years old. LoL I think it was this one: http://thumbs4.ebaystatic.com/d/l225/m/mN346i0p3pbGZZHUbt6PcjA.jpg That should help you find what you're looking for. I'm guessing it might. I mean it was over a POTS phone system in the 80's. All they could really do was slightly randomize the tone in the frequency? Right? Maybe I'm missing something.. I'm not thinking there was any authentication that was not default or the user could even change. It was Radio Shack branded. The remote was black, plastic, about the size of a small pack of smokes, and one corner was squared with a button. IT had a speaker on the side the user held to a receiver of the remote phone. It was pretty high-tech in the mid-80's.
  25. I remember my father had an analog answering machine in the 80's. It came with a little back box about the size of a small pack of smokes with a button. You held the button up to the phone and it would control the our home answering machine. It had different beep combinations to rewind, playback, play first messages, etc.. You;d need to consult an owner's manual for each device I think.