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Re: accidently pentested a financial site

Post by cyberdrain on Fri Jun 06, 2014 5:38 pm
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pretentious wrote:I found it unbelievable when I first heard of the whole 'can't use a computer for x years' punishment. Especially in this day and age. Like imagine if you got told you couldn't use a knife to prepare food anymore because you've got a criminal record. The inner hacktivist comes out in me and i think. You don't know what I'm capable of and that just fucking terrifies you doesn't it.

If anything, that treatment will anger those doing the right things. Give it time, governments always move very slowly and hackers will always be on the far technological end of the spectrum. Regarding technology, the laws governing it might as well be from the stone age when following Moore's law. Say you got a law from 1994: 2^((2014-1994)/1,5) = roughly 10.000 years*. That aside, even one kid is capable of destroying millions in intellectual property or shutting down a whole organisation. Of course they're afraid...

*I think I did that correctly :|
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Re: accidently pentested a financial site

Post by cal225 on Fri Jun 06, 2014 9:29 pm
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Its been days, and not even a peep.
Nothing,
ima call this case closed, and sealed for all eternity.
If they didn't get my email, too bad, no way in hell am I pushing it.
First time lucky, second time FUBAR.

I'll keep a record of the email I sent to inform them of the accident, just in case, but yeah, absolute silence.
Not even sure if its even live anymore.
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Re: accidently pentested a financial site

Post by cyberdrain on Fri Jun 06, 2014 11:20 pm
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That's good to hear. Though, I'd not keep that email, it can be used as evidence against you, but never for you.
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