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Anonymity / Re: metaspolit anonymous
« on: December 12, 2011, 12:03:55 am »
This should really be in the "Anonymity" section, not general discussion.

First. There is no way to be 100% anonymous.

The golden rule is simply to be harder to find than those who are looking for you are willing to endure.

Therefore, if you hack someones runescape account, chances are no one gives a shit. If you hack into a government, you better be pretty damn hidden.

The best way is by chaining a different types of proxies, services, and removing any other personal identifying information.

The most often used types of proxies are HTTP, SOCK4, SOCK5. You can look up the differences yourself. It is best to use private proxies ,especially ones where you know your actions aren't being logged.

There are also VPN's which you can connect through. You can look that up as well.

Another method is by using a public network. Drive into a nice neighborhood with your laptop and find a unsecured wireless network, connect from there.

Lastly some people say TOR is a good program, others disagree, at any rate if you are doing something simple it will probably do the job, you can google that as well.

Some final protips: Disable Javascript, Flash, etc and anything else that might leave fingerprints on a broken into system.

The best way to stay anonymous is to combine a lot of these methods. I would connect to a VPN and through a proxy from there personally. Also like it said it depends on what you are doing, always think about the possible consequences before doing something.

Basically I think as long as your entire is computer is using these methods to connect somewhere, it will work for metasploit as well.

Members introduction / Re: Well ello there
« on: December 11, 2011, 08:27:20 pm »
Hello and welcome. I hope you learn what you want. Don't be afraid to ask questions, the people here have a lot of knowledge, but a lot of it is stored inside their brains, but they are usually willing to help and explain as long as a question is intelligently asked.

Members introduction / Re: New...GSXR37
« on: December 11, 2011, 08:22:22 pm »
Welcome! It's always good to see CS majors joining, instead of 16 yr olds that want to hack facebooks. ;)

There are a lot of smart people around here, so if you have a question, don't be afraid to ask. We are pretty helpful as long as the question is asked intelligently.

Security Tools / Re: Silent Vnc 1.1 (alpha)
« on: December 11, 2011, 05:01:08 am »
0x90... mods, bubz posted crack, I posted pills. They del'd.

Ah, wasn't sure if he was talking about the main post or what

Anonymity / Re: Trick OS webscanners
« on: December 11, 2011, 01:27:44 am »
As I_Learning_I says its completely situational, so chances are you won't even need to take it this far, but I will add if you want to spoof as a different OS and not worry about packet fragmentation (I'm not sure how big of a problem that actually is...) you could always use a VM running the OS of your choice and browse from inside. But that would be a more extreme route if you we're truly concerned about web OS scanners (but as I_Learning_I said, there are more important things to worry about..)

Security Tools / Re: Silent Vnc 1.1 (alpha)
« on: December 11, 2011, 01:04:53 am »
has an admin deleted pics from tis thread or am i going crazy ?

By default if there is a problem with an image in SMF it doesn't show the image, which means wherever the images we're hosted have probably been removed, if you edit your posts with the images you will probably see the image bb code is still there, just not being displayed. So you probably need to reupload and link your images.

Found it on the Webs / Re: FreeArc
« on: December 10, 2011, 12:35:01 am »
Good find, I wonder how it compares with 7zip on speed though.

Also you might be able to change the GTK theme for the program, I know pidgin uses GTK+ and you can change the interface pretty easily

Feedback / Re: Snow theme
« on: December 08, 2011, 07:37:05 pm »
mhm, photoshop contest???   who can restyle the header for christmas :D

I'd be down for that...

Feedback / Re: Promote Evilzone?
« on: December 06, 2011, 09:19:32 am »
lol yeah sirholkms was cool, biggest skiddy I knew... but fuckin wicked. Coded a website for that guy, was never used.. what an asshole.

In regards to totse, sucks... totse is dead. :( Although note that stateofhack is now a mod of chem forum, I think he made the right choice.. chem > computers.

Were you around for if so +respect from me.
Some people actually tried to bring totse back, and its horrible. :( (don't even click unless you want to be sad lol)

I don't remember if I was around for, was that that cliche looking skiddy site at the beginning of EZ? Or the forum? I think I was here during the actually, because I distinctly remember Evilzone becoming partitioned into and and there being some kind of feud.
I think I've been around since 2007 though.

I guess we are getting a bit off topic :P lol. But it makes sense, the old EZ did some things right that should be noted. Lots of promotion was part of it, even if a lot of the people who flocked here we're skids.

Feedback / Re: Promote Evilzone?
« on: December 06, 2011, 08:08:02 am »
I feel the need to point out that when EZ started, it was mostly made up of rejects from other forums.. Mostly totse. Skiddies who got together, made community. I can recall netspliter's OP on totse 3-4 yrs ago, all the mods/(main members) where from there(stateofhack, andT, hfourxzeror[w/e], sirholkms.. not sure where bubzuru came from). Was here from start(took 2 yr break, but w/e), EZ was never elite but it was always pretty cool.

Striving for excellence seems like a bad idea to me... leet, skiddies, all welcome. uncensored.
btw.. where the fuck is netspliter?

Cool I also found out about Evilzone though Totse. I miss Sir he brought some interesting topics here.

I kind of agree with you though, excellence will come with a flood of new users, regardless of skill level, so we should promote more.

Feedback / Re: Promote Evilzone?
« on: December 06, 2011, 04:39:29 am »

But if we try to lower the quality then we won't be professional anymore.
And this forum is started in the name of professionality.
No it didn't. Maybe this most recent version of it.
Actully people are more interested in handy stuff or premium accounts.. the hell man forum with such posts got 50000 to 60000 users.
We can add one or two boards with such posts. if we find someone who can update it regularly for users.
Interesting point, back in the day part of the fun posting here wasn't just the large amount of tutorials and good community, but also "Handy Stuff", not necessarily only premium accounts, but it felt as if EZ had an arsenal of assorted handy stuff. It's hard to say what exactly that means cause I dont really remember anymore, but I remember going to EZ and always being very interested in some of the cool handy stuff people would post. Whether it was a short trick, some premium account, or a custom app that was super useful. Evilzone felt like "your underground hookup".
If we want to keep Evilzone in a good position then we have to find some telented people only.(IF WE WANT TO KEEP EVILZONE AS EVILZONE)
Otherwise promoting normaly will lower the Quality. Just tell your friend who have good telent will be helpful to our community.
I think in the end people want things of be interesting, and in general things are far more interesting with bigger communities.
More people = more discussion = more pros in the long run

I felt like there used to be a lot more people around back in the day, both pros and skiddies. Sure skiddies are annoying but some actually learn in the long run, and more pros around will generally increase quality and knowledge of the entire site in the long run.

Sorry I'm not trying to be a nostalgia fag or anything, nor am I saying that EZ was better back in the day. I just miss the livelihood and hope we can return, I have some ideas, but first I'm interested in what this new project might bring.

Scripting languages / Re: Text via Gmail
« on: December 06, 2011, 02:34:13 am »
Cool code, it works (Tested myself but only with 1 email)

Feedback / Re: Promote Evilzone?
« on: December 06, 2011, 01:49:03 am »
It does seem kind of sparse, but supposedly there is some kind of "Big Project" coming out sometime? So I'm not sure there is even a point to advertising until then.

I think the main thing is that Evilzone needs to figure out what it's goals are. It seems like we are in an awkward "Half Professiona/Half Underground Hackers" paradigm.

Obviously its a hard choice to make, when I first joined this place was booming, and there were many very smart people around - there still is, but there are less. Anything was allowed, which gave a very cool underground feeling, warez, sql db dumps, a bunch of skiddy tools and content, but at the same time there was 10x more content around. There we're a lot of bad things with this however, tons of skiddies, a lot of flak from hacking other big communities (anyone remember that bike community fiasco?), a lot of warez posts were untrust worthy, thinking back, it was pretty dangerous behavior.

Now on the other hand being more professional gives us better quality, but content and users are much more sparse, and there are still a lot of skiddies, just less than before.

It's hard for me to decide which is better though. This is what I do know however:
1. EZ is best as a "back-alley mecca" of Hacking and Security
2. With a name like "Evilzone", we will never truely be a "Professional" website, I think just pushing for Quality would be better
3. Defacements are a bad idea, and will only cause us problems
4. We need more content, and to get this, we need better incentives for our users to make content
5. If we produce good content people will come naturally

TL;DR: We should promote more, but only after this big project or some restructuring.

General discussion / Re: Any evilzone bodybuilders?
« on: December 05, 2011, 09:19:37 pm »
My goal is to gain ~4-5 pounds of muscle in 6-8 weeks (if possible).

Gains in strength for the first 8 weeks are generally attributed to neural factors, after that strength gains are generally attributed to increases in muscle mass. What this means is it is really fucking hard to gain 4 pounds of muscle in 6-8 weeks if you are detrained.
I suggest following these guidelines.

VB - VB.NET - C# - C++.NET / Re: Random ScreenSaver
« on: December 05, 2011, 01:45:41 am »

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