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Re: A summary of Recent Events, by 3-Nugget

@Thetan An interesting point of view, and I come from a similar background, though I guess you could say the big scandal from within this is that he broke the trust, which now has everyone worried. For those of you who do not work for a government or contractor agency, the only reason things are abl...
by 3_Nugget
on Sun Dec 19, 2010 2:02 pm
 
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Topic: A summary of Recent Events, by 3-Nugget
Comments: 19
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Re: A summary of Recent Events, by 3-Nugget

Very nice post. Love the piecing of everything. I've been wondering....who made the stuxnett...hmm We don't know, but the popular money is on either the US or Isreal, both of which have a vested interest in seeing Iran's nuclear project fail. As for Manning and Assange, I of firm belief that what M...
by 3_Nugget
on Sat Dec 18, 2010 1:18 am
 
Forum: General
Topic: A summary of Recent Events, by 3-Nugget
Comments: 19
Views: 10610

Re: A summary of Recent Events, by 3-Nugget

Sorry about that, prematurely hit return while typing, and it submitted it for me, so I had to go through editing this. This was very rough and rushed, but well, hopefully it gets the point across that the time are rapidly changing, and I smell blood in the water. So, as last word, please please be ...
by 3_Nugget
on Fri Dec 17, 2010 1:39 am
 
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Topic: A summary of Recent Events, by 3-Nugget
Comments: 19
Views: 10610

A summary of Recent Events, by 3-Nugget

Good evening, hello, and how are you doing. I am writing this because I think over the past 2 months there have been a in increase in very notable criminal and government digital cracking and hacking initiatives. I am writing this for those of you who have not been keeping up on the local pulse, and...
by 3_Nugget
on Fri Dec 17, 2010 12:08 am
 
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Topic: A summary of Recent Events, by 3-Nugget
Comments: 19
Views: 10610

Re: A moral debate of ethics

Thank you for the thoughts, and the concern. At the moment, and probably for the foreseeable future I really have no ground to act on, but on a moral basis, I at the time of reading that article felt very compelled to act in some manner.
by 3_Nugget
on Wed Aug 11, 2010 8:19 pm
 
Forum: General
Topic: A moral debate of ethics
Comments: 9
Views: 4560

Re: Error when launching a brueforce attack with WebScarab

So let me get this straight, you want to protect you login screen from brute force attacks, and you back end database is mysql. Your server side is a php application. My suggestion is as follows then, it is pretty standard and I will allow you to decide how to code it totally unless you want some su...
by 3_Nugget
on Tue Aug 10, 2010 7:12 pm
 
Forum: General
Topic: Error when launching a brueforce attack with WebScarab
Comments: 4
Views: 8996

A moral debate of ethics

This probably should go in the debate section, but seeing as as this is the forum that is most often trafficked, I decided to toss it in here and see what people thought. While following the latest articles at bbc the other day I stumbled across something that really struck a cord with me. This is t...
by 3_Nugget
on Tue Aug 10, 2010 6:53 pm
 
Forum: General
Topic: A moral debate of ethics
Comments: 9
Views: 4560

Re: Website Scanners.

To continue what Goatboy was saying, refer to the hacker's manifesto man, we can only judge you on the the net by what you say and do, and nothing else. But for many people, their actions alone are more then enough reason to earn some animosity. We are hacker's, we a talented people who live by a co...
by 3_Nugget
on Sat Jun 05, 2010 7:28 pm
 
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Topic: Website Scanners.
Comments: 54
Views: 21426

Re: Website Scanners.

Here is a better question for everyone to debate over. I currently know of only one browser that tries to obfuscate who and what a user is doing from various site monitors, this being torpak (more recently known as Xerobank) produced by the Cult of the Dead Cow. The way they do this by running the u...
by 3_Nugget
on Sat Jun 05, 2010 10:31 am
 
Forum: General
Topic: Website Scanners.
Comments: 54
Views: 21426

Re: viruses....

I apologize for the grammar stuff, my mind was racing faster then my hands could type it, and I was trying to get it out the original person who asked the question. And lastly, grammar has never been my strongest suit. Either way, hopefully you at least got the message of what I was trying to convey...
by 3_Nugget
on Fri Jun 04, 2010 6:56 pm
 
Forum: General
Topic: viruses....
Comments: 22
Views: 9770
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