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General Discussion / Re: Conficker plans to make a comeback
« on: October 13, 2009, 01:12:55 pm »
All Conficker ever really was is a carrier vehicle for other malware applications.

I've seen the underground communities out there. They normally sell application installations on botnets - normally spam apps or clickjacking or really anything - for a few cents per machine. Conficker would be a delivery vehicle allowing these hackers to sell out space on these machines for others nefarious deeds.

Also, fun fact: Look at the Storm botnet of yesteryear. http://hackaday.com/2009/01/16/dismantling-the-storm-worm-botnet/ - is a presentation from the 25th Chaos Communication Congress, a four day conference of everything geeky and hacking over in Berlin. Some researchers owned the Storm Botnet by writing this program - Stormf*cker.
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General Discussion / Re: Anyone uses Facebook here?
« on: October 13, 2009, 01:02:49 pm »
Abwayax, me, MissingNo, and possibly Bassmasta do. Don't know about any others.

Yep. Zowayix got into a fight with two chicks I know locally over Facebook XD

(Zowayix, I hope they don't b***h me out IRL >_<)
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sATC is my "ideal" project that I've been working on to hack and tinker with the Sprint AIRAVE femtocell. I've got a LOT of research into both the hardware and software that's making headwind and lots of progress. Even without the hardware in my posession.

So far...
sATC Project Status: 5 out of 100% - need to buy an AIRAVE, damnit! (5% for the initial research made.)

Also - that owl icon in my System Tray is fun to play with when connected to the school's network. I managed to get the teacher console for Faronics Insight to work on my laptop - meaning I can now take over a computer lab (or several) at school. No passwords, NOTHING. There's ZERO security on Insight. Why? They say adding security makes it hard for teachers to use.

Le fail.
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The Dumpster Out Back / Re: Damn, I felt like I jumped out of my skin...
« on: September 18, 2009, 04:56:14 pm »
Ah, the magical smoke - all electronics run on it - if you let the magic blue smoke out, it doesn't work.

Try, uh, Maplin.

http://www.maplin.co.uk/Family.aspx?Menu=1651&worldid=-3
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General Discussion / Re: Conficker plans to make a comeback
« on: September 12, 2009, 12:47:03 pm »
I'm just waiting on the new and improved Conficker to kill AVs like some malware can and will do.
All it seems like Conficker is though, is just a delivery vehicle for other malware and is probably being sold out (ie "install your malware for $0.05/machine"). I've been in some of the 'underground' hacking communities before - and you'll see everything from people selling installs of your software to renting out botnets to selling passwords, online accounts, and well, just about anything they can think of.

(And for those asking WTF at my previous image: Chrome, on rare instances, when hitting Back, will glitch up Web pages until refreshed.)

And for those that can get their hands on it - a bootable anti-virus CD is God. I used to use Avast! BART, but due to my FOG deployment, all I have to do is select on my FOG server "Tasks > officebox > Anti-Virus" and then it reboots into ClamAV, scans and repairs/deletes, then reboots into Windows again. (Mugendai, you'd love FOG. I run it on my iBook running Debian Lenny and it makes it dead-simple to image, deploy, and do a lot of fun network/PXE stuff.)
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General Discussion / Re: Conficker plans to make a comeback
« on: September 10, 2009, 03:25:09 pm »
Hate to veer it semi-off-topic, but I guess Conficker IS making a comeback:

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Computers and Technology Discussion / Re: GameBoy. Yeah.
« on: September 07, 2009, 08:28:56 pm »
I miss my GB. Goddamn were those the days...
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Now with more custom corporate wallpaper goodness!

Also, one or two things: Looking back to like page 5-6, I had a Palm Treo 650 on AT&T and mentioned waiting for someone to counter with a WinMo screenshot. Irony, no? This is my FUZE's current setup (but from another site's pic) - the stock AT&T TouchFLO interface.

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General Discussion / Re: Lockerz... a way to get free stuff, perhaps?
« on: September 07, 2009, 10:29:52 am »
peachY - added and invite sent.

Tombstoner and others who want in invite - to make it easier I rigged up a little invite script. Just drop over to http://lockerz.dragonfli.org/ to fill out the form and it'll automatically send you off an invite.

And Lockerz does have some email issues from time-to-time, so it'll be a little slow to get your invites.
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General Discussion / Lockerz... a way to get free stuff, perhaps?
« on: September 06, 2009, 05:57:04 pm »
Well, I stumbled upon this weird website and managed to get into it and decided "hey, I'll share it with the masses of Glitch City...".

It's called Lockerz. What it apparently is is kinda like those "get whatever you want free" sites but actually a lot more legit than it sounds.

It doesn't go public until October but as of now they have it in limited invitation status - and I can get as many people in as I want to.

In essence: Logging in gets you "PTZ". These are the official currency. You get enough PTZ you can trade them for games and other fun stuff like iPods... or a very nice little Vespa scooter. You can answer the question of the day - or when it starts to go public - play games to earn more PTZ.

Or the explanation from my email:
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There's a new site called Lockerz that will offer the coolest brands at the lowest prices, exclusive video and music and the hottest games... all in one place. You'll really like LOCKERZ PTZ (or "POINTZ"). PTZ are Lockerz' proprietary loyalty "currency" that you earn whenever you buy, watch, play, share, invite friends, or even just show up on Lockerz. Redeem PTZ for incredible prizes, great products and dream experiences.

So, anyone up for an invite to this thing?

edit: http://lockerz.dragonfli.org/ - Made it easier for people to request an invite, since I don't frequent GCLF like I used to.
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General Discussion / Re: I am posting this topic using Bunjalloo.
« on: August 22, 2009, 02:48:38 pm »
They were hacking the DSi? Since when?

(Not on Bunjalloo anymore)

http://dsibrew.org/
They've already hacked the DSi - partially, that is. They have access to "DSi mode" of the console, allowing access to full hardware (ie cameras). Flash carts already work for the MOST part - but in DS mode only. In DS mode the console restricts access to DS specific hardware.

This is highly similar to the Wii and Gamecube Mode - Gamecube Mode restricts access to Gamecube hardware only, so Gamecube homebrew would run on the Wii.

Of course, I probably guess the DSi isn't as extravagant as the Wii - with Hollywood, Starlet, boot0/1/2, and so on.
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Computers and Technology Discussion / Re: iPhone3G VS iPhone 3GS
« on: August 15, 2009, 10:08:45 am »
EDIT: Am I qualified for the 199$ iPhone? My mom already has one and I would be getting one on her account.

Make sure you're iReady before going to the AT&T store.

This is MissingNo we're talking to here, he most likely would have jailbroke it already.
This is MissingNo we're talking to here, he most likely would have made it run windows moblie already.

I had an iPod touch 2G and jailbroke it back in the ol' redsn0w tethered days. Loved Winterboard. Hated to reboot back then due to tethering at the time.

And no, I wouldn't even want an iPhone running Windows Mobile. That's putting lipstick on a pig. I'm satisfied with the flexibility of the HTC FUZE and Windows Mobile, thank you very much.
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Computers and Technology Discussion / Re: iPhone3G VS iPhone 3GS
« on: August 11, 2009, 04:05:33 pm »
3G S if you would like to deal with Apple's draconian Application Store and its' crude policies, everything from...
  • Denying Google from releasing its' Google Voice application, and pulling all developers' GV clients out of the App store and requiring the developers to pay refunds out of their own pockets for no reason
  • Denying Google's Latitude application because Apple feels users will get confused between 2 map programs
  • Enabling users to download a "baby shaking" application
  • Censoring a dictionary and forcing it to be sold at a 17+ rating
  • Other injustices

Hold out and wait for one of the 'droids - rumor has it AT&T will be getting the HTC "Lancaster" phone running Android. Or if Windows Mobile is your forte, don't bother with the HTC TILT II when it comes out - stick with the HTC FUZE, my personal recommendation. The FUZE has the same hardware as the Tilt II, just smaller size and a smaller screen. It can still run all the Tilt II's software, though...

</biased Windows Mobile user>
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Wiki Discussion / Re: Web Browsers Supported...?
« on: August 10, 2009, 11:54:09 am »
Looking good on Opera Mobile 9.5 build 15613 for Windows Mobile...
... and renders perfectly in Desktop mode of Pocket IE on my copy of Windows Mobile 6.5 Professional [CE OS 5.2.23016, build 23016].
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Holy frak, it's MissingNo!

I occasionally lurk here... :P

Also, here's the re-born laptop (a C751NR I obtained off the family... to replace the dead C714NR.)



The background's the ever-so-cute tiger "Nalin" testing out a Toughbook 30's toughness.

And those SSIDs...
  • Verizon Wireless - VZAccess is the UM175 modem I use for WWAN. A nice upgrade from the UM150 I previously had, although no significant speed changes - after all, they're both EvDO Revision-A devices.
  • FBIHomeOffice is my home node - WPA2 encrypted.
  • Guantanamo Bay Holiday Resort is a virtualized WLAN network thanks to DD-WRT - WPA2 as well.
  • linksys is a router in the neighborhood - a WRT54GL. Default user/pass. I was a Good Samaritan and decided to give 'em the gift of DD-WRT...
  • NETGEAR2 is one of three WLAN networks the 54GL sends out. WPA2 with my own personal key.
  • Kiddy Porn Dungeon is an open LAN on their network as well.
  • NETGEAR is an actual Netgear in the area. WPA. I might throw coWPAtty against it.
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