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Anonymity / Re: Anonymity from clean IP
« on: Today at 03:03:00 pm »
Yeah.. pretty much all the tor nodes are marked as spam or w/e (risky as fuck to log into anything through tor as well so dont do that).

But there are still proxies that are "clean" and new ones pop up all the time so you could google yourself to that.
 If you want one that is clean and will stay clean you should rent a server somewhere and host it yourself. That way you get the servers ip and only you have access to it.
http://lmgtfy.com/?q=setting+up+vpn+server

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Hacking and Security / Re: SQLi error-based question
« on: Today at 02:40:04 pm »
How does your command look for "other columns" then? Did you change column and table names at all or is that some copy paste command you just found?

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Security Tools / Re: some of this and some of that
« on: Today at 02:33:37 pm »
Most hacking/security tools you buy are skiddy tools, and the ones that are not, would not be shared all willy nilly. The idea that someone would buy some tools, then share them randomly, either proves they are cheap tools or that he is a skiddy trying to prove himself. Just saying..
You could call them skiddy tools, but if you know how they work then its just more efficient; And have you ever heard of torrents?
There are plenty of people out there buying stuff then sharing it for free for no other reason than being nice or get some cred, nothing wrong with that and have nothing to do with how good you are .
I personally wouldnt download this shit because its most likely infected to the brim but either way, it was nice of him to share and you are a bag of dicks  :)

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General discussion / Re: Who upgraded to Windows 10?
« on: Today at 02:28:39 pm »
The upgrade is free for a year so just chill with the upgrade until many of the bugs have been fixed and people have had the time to find all the sneaky shit microsoft tries to force upon you.

And btw, they are offering the upgrade for pirated versions as well.. Don't, they haven't explained why they are doing so and you will most likely get "this is a trial version, plz upgrade if you wanna access your files" in a couple of months after they have caught most pirates.

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Found it on the Webs / Re: Vulnerability in GM cars
« on: Today at 02:20:34 pm »
I'd be surprised if he found vulnerabilities in old cars instead. With "smart" cars it's becoming more and more like watchdogs...

Heres some general info for cars not based on apps and that:
http://www.autosec.org/pubs/cars-usenixsec2011.pdf overview of what can be done
http://www.autosec.org/pubs/cars-oakland2010.pdf bit more detailed
http://illmatics.com/car_hacking.pdf deeper into package analyzing

And if you wanna learn more and earn those big bucks on the next gen security you should check their sources.
The problem they have is that all the critical systems such as brakes,speed,steering is all somewhat connected to the non critical systems like cd player and AC.

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Security Tools / Re: some of this and some of that
« on: Today at 01:52:26 pm »
You can find the tools that can do the same thing using kali. Also your a fucking script kiddy for buying that then trying to give it away. No one wants your shit.

Speak for yourself you fucking cunt. I appreciate that he shares it with us and i bet you dont even know how to locate darknet markets you little shit.

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General discussion / Re: JJHYOUXI
« on: July 29, 2015, 04:41:15 pm »
Care to share some logs? Would be interesting.

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General discussion / Re: Your hobbies?
« on: January 11, 2013, 09:09:04 pm »
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@Satori shoot your gay cat,and WTF is this homosexual avatar you got.
The cat is cute and thats emo hitler <3

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General discussion / Re: Your hobbies?
« on: January 11, 2013, 07:08:56 pm »
Mostly hanging on the IRC talking shit but also LOTS of TV shows when i have time... which is not that often right now.
So i guess i dont really have a hobby right now.
Hm thats kinda depressing

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General Galactica / Re: how to build a robot?
« on: February 23, 2012, 10:22:08 pm »
Buy an arduino. That is a great place to start, easy to assemble stuff to it, coding for it is easy enough.
It's a great start if you wanna build robots. You wont have to order custom made stuff and there are already schematics and code for basic robots.


You will learn how to handle the code, control different elements, basic AI and what different parts actually do.

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General discussion / Re: Would you be interested in a meetup?
« on: February 23, 2012, 04:04:55 pm »
Kinda dumb idea. No one would fly over to Amsterdam just for a meet-up, unless one has lots of money and time.

You have to remember that everyone isnt as poor as you are.
It's not that expensive  ;D  and lets face it.. Amsterdam must be one of the best party places i Europe.

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Hacking and Security / Re: Hacking the HTML website
« on: February 23, 2012, 02:44:44 pm »
You should always gather as much information on the target as possible.
For example, if it's hosted on shared hosting (which i suspect in this case) then there's a big chance that another webpage hosted on that server is vulnerable. Hack that site, root the box, edit the html page, voilą! you just pwnt the html page and a handful of other ones..


tl;dr: Find out everything you can before trying to hack it.

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General discussion / Would you be interested in a meetup?
« on: February 23, 2012, 02:38:41 pm »
So, Maybe its time we try to get a meetup going?
I was thinking a weekend(fri,sat,sun) in Amsterdam this spring/summer.

Just something casual, meetup, talk, sightseeing?, and some partying at night for the ones who want to  ;)
As you can see, nothing is decided.. hell its not even a complete idea. So please do come with suggestions if you have any.

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Security Tools / Re: iCare data recovery
« on: October 16, 2011, 04:55:26 pm »
What about recuva thats free and pretty awesome (windows only tho)

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Anonymity / Which VPN providers log what?
« on: October 07, 2011, 05:28:00 pm »
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There are dozens of VPN providers, many of which carry marketing on their web pages which suggests that the anonymity of their subscribers is a top priority. But is it really? Do their privacy policies stand up to scrutiny? We decided to find out.Over the past two weeks TorrentFreak contacted some of the leading, most-advertised, and most talked about VPN providers in the file-sharing and anonymity space. Rather than trying to decipher what their often-confusing marketing lingo really means, we asked them two direct questions instead
1. Do you keep ANY logs which would allow you or a 3rd party to match an IP address and a time stamp to a user of your service? If so, exactly what information do you hold?
2. Under what jurisdictions does your company operate and under what exact circumstances will you share the information you hold with a 3rd party?This article does not attempt to consider the actual quality of service offered by any listed provider, nor does it consider whether any service is good value for money. All we are interested in is this: Do they live up to claims that they provide a 100% anonymous service? So here we go, VPN providers in the file-sharing space first.


The article can be found here: http://torrentfreak.com/which-vpn-providers-really-take-anonymity-seriously-111007/

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