"We dont wear cyberpunk clothes. Yet some might."



  • While looking up a movie on IMDB I stumbled across the insightful post by kriss3d. Appearantly there must be some secret and l337 organization like the
    magic society, that won't blab out their secret knowledge to just
    everyone. While some of those haxx0rs and craxx0rs seem to spend their time excerising the body to keep their minds clear and focused, the others apparently seek their wisdom in binge drinking. Unless, of course, if they are not busy shopping in a g33k fashion boutique.

    source: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0113243/board/nest/71401039




  • It requires registration, so do us favour and make a screenie. I am not going to surrender my name to the 1337 haxxorz of IMDB...



  • @SurfMan said:

    It requires registration, so do us favour and make a screenie. I am not going to surrender my name to the 1337 haxxorz of IMDB...

    Thanks the FSM for bugmenot.com

    http://www.bugmenot.com/view/www.imdb.com 

    User: nikeplus
    Pass: nikeplus
    worked for me.
     



  • cheers!

     

    On topic: omglolwtf what a 14m3r...  :)



  • I'm terribly sorry. I totally forgot that the IMDB forums were password restricted. A screenshot would probably overdo it. Instead I will simply copy and paste:

    The OP kitty_897 of the threat wrote following:

    are there really a lot of hackers on this site........ 

    <font color="#000000"> was just wondering how someone could hack into
    someone else email like on yahoo and hotmail. i was just curious
    because my yahoo was hacked i never gave out my password and the
    computer that i made the email with all those years ago is gone (my
    brother used it for parts) i gave up trying to get it back because no
    one would help me i tried for months to get the password changed( yahoo
    stopped responding to my emails after awhile as well). i just was
    wondering how they did it  </font>

     

    I personally don't even want to know what the former password of kitty_897 could possibly have been. Anyhow, on of the first few responses was by kriss3d.

     

    <font color="#000000">Ofcourse there are hackers here. We are everywhere. We´re not anything like those featured in the movie.



    We dont wear cyberpunk clothes. Yet some might. Most will look like
    people you would never expect. Anything from cool guys doing sports..
    excercising the body also makes your mind clear and focused.. Others
    drink their mind out during weekend then come up with the most
    brilliant ideas while having hangovers then executing the ideas once
    they are sober again.



    It all depends on what you define as a "hacker".

    I see a hacker as more of a engineer or inventor. Somone who redefines how things ( electronics or programs ) work.



    Belive me. A hacker ( even most crackers ) would not have any
    intention of hacking your hotmail or yahoo mail account. Why would
    anyone want to do that unless its to brag to friends ( which is most
    often the script kiddie way ) or somone who dislikes you in some way.



    Its not even worth mentioneing that first rule about being a
    cracker ( which is what i belive youre actually seeking here.. despite
    the fact that you wont find any admitting such things in here.. ) is
    that you dont burn your bridges.

    So even crackers wont be helping you here..

    You might be lucky to find some kiddie who will use google to track down a zeroday exploit to bust your yahoo mail open again.</font>

     



  • It gets better. Check out this related thread where our friend kriss3d claims to have been "contacted":

     <font color="#000000">I myself was contacted and was to earn a crapload
    of money if i would build somthing for some people. I wouldnt mind
    making blueprints or even build it but to sell it to those people would
    be against my own morale.
    </font>



  • I hate people which think that "hacking" is using a keylogger to steal a MSN/Gmail/Yahoo/MySpace/... password from someone, or creating fake pages and sending phishing-scam e-mails.  



  • @muffinmanpoo said:

    It gets better. Check out this related thread where our friend kriss3d claims to have been "contacted":

     <font color="#000000">I myself was contacted and was to earn a crapload
    of money if i would build somthing for some people. I wouldnt mind
    making blueprints or even build it but to sell it to those people would
    be against my own morale.
    </font>



    Hahahahaha.....

    "Blueprints", good one pal!

     


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