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Members introduction / Re: Call Me CyberNox
« on: April 03, 2015, 07:39:31 am »
Piss, PISS, PISS out MY ASS!

Also, penises.

Security Tools / Re: Girlfriend has been getting on my computer...
« on: April 03, 2015, 03:16:34 am »
It's not illegal since it's your own personal pc. You don't need a product though, there should be some key loggers posted here that people have written, hell I even wrote a simple one in python link.

Found it on the Webs / Re: Killer USB frying computers?
« on: March 31, 2015, 04:03:31 pm »
I sense a great power here. Thousands of posts, hundreds of cookies and words full of wisdom. (bow) Thank you, master. Apologies for my worthless thread. And may the force be with you always.

No one said it was worthless, it's new here so there's something.

As for the post itself, the internals of computers do have the usb hubs/stacks locked down as hard as Chinese parts will allow them, but even the diodes and silicon they could throw at it have a breakdown voltage. Like in the post you link to you'll need to bypass them to actually fry anything.

As a person such as myself, the only limit here is the delivery, as in what is going to hold the power source. You could do a makeshift reverse joule thief, but it wont supply the voltage needed. The best bet, at leas on a budget is use capacitors, the ones found in disposable cameras. Maybe not a usb drive, but outfit the shell of an external hdd with a few 330V capacitors in series, rigged to blow with power and you got something grand.

Could be as simple as an npn running to a mosfet running to an opto or something that could handle it and built for suicide on opisite power rails, then maybe even you could fry the lipos dem blow up with some special handing lelz).

But then we digress into some handbooks meant for anarchistic reasons, even if we bring it into the 21st centry. No, we should stick with HackADay, seep it's wisdom and deviate only when needed.

Found it on the Webs / Re: Killer USB frying computers?
« on: March 31, 2015, 01:33:59 pm »
Going through the comments there could yield a great deal of insight on this. I visit hackaday daily, and a lot of the times I'll read the comment section more than what was posted. More than a few very knowledgeable people post there often.

I don't see any of this as a turn off or anything. If I can make a woman cum this hard, pee or not, I feel good about what I can do to the female body.

And even with the papers and science behind it, the only reason it is labled as urine in the first place is because it comes from the female pee hole. Well, take a wild guess to where my semen AND piss come from.

We are missing a big part of all of it. We all start the same gender in the womb, which is why guys have nipples and women have tiny dick like things called clits. If I can make a woman cum, piss or not, I feel great as a man that can make it fucking happen in the first place.

All the people thinking it's "gross" or something need to move back in with their parents, if your not already there. Grow up, be a fucking man, make her fucking happy, stop complaining cause she takes loads on her face and might even swallow.

Most routers I have come across requires you to physically hit a button or an option in the firmware before activating WPS, and even then its temporary. The only devices I can think of that might have WPS active by default would be like printers or something.

Projects and Discussion / Re: Ircbot builder i am working on
« on: March 24, 2015, 02:39:03 pm »
No code eh?

Well, what you posted, being UI, is shit.

It looks like shit and you should feel like shit. Seems something from early 90s, you get this crap from the anarchist cook book or something? If this is in vb I will kill myself.

Hardware / Striping encryption on HDCP with hacked HDMI splitter
« on: March 13, 2015, 04:27:19 am »
All because an ambilight clone lol.

Found it on the Webs / Reverse engineering malware adventure
« on: March 07, 2015, 07:53:14 am »
Found via

A writeup on finding some malware in an email attachment as a .doc utilizing ZeuS. The guy did an excellent job with the post, really it's a great read. It might help some others looking to do this kinda thing. This also shows the power/usefulness of Notepad++.

Hacking newbies / Re: Port Forwarding
« on: February 27, 2015, 11:06:17 am »
Besides if you are talking about pentesting and dont grasp basic network concepts I think you are doing it wrong.
Don't run if you can't walk.

This too,

and oh god the repost. use the modifybutton or you willl br banned.

Hacking newbies / Re: Port Forwarding
« on: February 27, 2015, 08:06:43 am »
First of all DO NOT double or tripple post shit, if you have more to add to you shit use the modify button located above a post, not spam the board with crap.

I don't know why you would ever need 2 routers on a soho (small office / home office) setup. Really, why do you equire two routers? I would like to know.

In any case the second router is just in the way, judging by your set up there is no reason for it evn being there. So, in the case you want to keep it attached to our network this is how it should go:

personal computer -> router 1 (full bridge mode) -> router 2 (half bridge/none bridge mode. DHCP unless you need something else) -> modem (the box your isp gave you, it holds WAN can not change).

Bt this setup is stupid on a home network unless you want to dmz shit or something. It should be, if at home, pc -> router -> modem. Or  if your isp bundles pc ->router/modem.

If you want to play around and experiment with I.T. stuff, download and fuck arounnd with PacketTracer. Cisco even uses it for training and even production shit.

Port forwarding happens at the access point, you will need to loginto said accesses point and open ports from there. Unless you can set up said server to run on port 80 or another port that is open enough for you.

Your own some school network aren't you? Or a bisnuess network at your job?

General discussion / Re: New truck
« on: February 27, 2015, 07:39:51 am »
Lol if that was a joke, I didn't get it. I was asking did you buy that truck because murica or because you can't get anything better?
Also how much does this gasguzzler eat?

I have found it runs QNX:

It also has published exploits:

If not more. And I will hack and eventually run my own code. eventually. I haven't even made the first payment on it yet, so it will have to wait a bit lol. This is the truck I used at work that my company provides me to use, and the places I go in said truck are more than off the beaten path. Quite litteraly fucked up places I shouldn't have to travel. If the Chevy I use for work can get to said hellish locations than I got one for myself.

I am not dissing others, including Jeeps, because they are just as good in my eyes. I will say though, I can afford my truck, it might boil down to who I bought it from, but I can make payments and am doing more than okay. Sure, I did have to stop smoking, which I am doing okay with, but $400/month payment compaired to the $600+/month everyone else required this was/is a good investment for me and fable.

General discussion / Re: New truck
« on: February 26, 2015, 10:57:44 am »
Doesn't murica import jeeps?

Yes, but my truck runs open source hardware/software, I don't think jeep does, or at least activly shows and advocates it.

General discussion / New truck
« on: February 21, 2015, 11:00:32 pm »
Since I stll have my job, I decided it was time to get adiquite transpertation for the area I live in. I have to quite smoking to afford the payments, but if I have to choose between cigs and a new truck, I'll pick the truck lol.

2014 Chevy Silverado, only 145 miles on it.

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