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Ur Getting Fatter
Jun 9, 2007

Fast Food Fight



Grimey Drawer

mycrimes.wixsites.com

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flakeloaf
Feb 26, 2003

Still better than android clock



didn't even charge them a signup fee

smdh

hobbesmaster
Jan 28, 2008



i want to know how the conversations with the local cops go

Achmed Jones
Oct 16, 2004





hobbesmaster posted:

i want to know how the conversations with the local cops go

"hi im ur hitman who should i kill"

"kill so-and-so"

"lol ur under arrest dummy"

hobbesmaster
Jan 28, 2008



no i mean the security guy running the site reporting it to local law enforcement

Jenny Agutter
Mar 18, 2009



hobbesmaster posted:

i want to know how the conversations with the local cops go

There's an example in the article. they send someone in plain clothes, say they're the hitman and collect a deposit, then use that interaction to get a warrant

flakeloaf
Feb 26, 2003

Still better than android clock



hobbesmaster posted:

no i mean the security guy running the site reporting it to local law enforcement

probably starts with "hi it's bob innes again"

Jenny Agutter
Mar 18, 2009



hobbesmaster posted:

no i mean the security guy running the site reporting it to local law enforcement

oh he knows a cop so i think they just use inter-departmental communication channels for the introduction. think the guys not dumb enough to just call up a random precinct

Sniep
Mar 28, 2004

All I needed was that fatty blunt...



King of Breakfast


just listen in with a uniden scanner and use the CTCSS code finder function on the local police repeaters, then use Chirp to program a handheld radio to transmit on the input frequency using the correct PL tone found on the scanner, then simply state your name, license plate number and that you have someone to report as a crime and they will help you the rest of the way

crepeface
Nov 5, 2004

r*p*f*c*

Jenny Agutter posted:

Do we still do OPSEC fuckups in here?

https://www.washingtonpost.com/nation/2021/11/22/rent-a-hitman-website/

guy runs a website called rent a hitman, forwards serious inquiries to the police

quote:

The website bragged about complying with HIPPA, which it said was “the Hitman Information Privacy & Protection Act of 1964,”

lmao that owns

mystes
May 31, 2006



Jenny Agutter posted:

Do we still do OPSEC fuckups in here?

https://www.washingtonpost.com/nation/2021/11/22/rent-a-hitman-website/

guy runs a website called rent a hitman, forwards serious inquiries to the police
Noob mistake; that's why you should only use https://www.realrentahitman.com

Mr.Radar
Nov 5, 2005

You guys aren't going to believe this, but that guy is our games teacher.


Lock Picking Lawyer did a presentation at a security conference:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IH0GXWQDk0Q

Mr.Radar fucked around with this message at 04:25 on Nov 23, 2021

zachol
Feb 13, 2009

Once per turn, you can Tribute 1 WATER monster you control (except this card) to Special Summon 1 WATER monster from your hand. The monster Special Summoned by this effect is destroyed if "Raging Eria" is removed from your side of the field.


Mr.Radar posted:

Lock Picking Lawyer did a presentation at a security conference:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IH0GXWQDk0Q

something deeply wrong with me i want to hear these legal conference presentations

Penisface
Jul 17, 2008

"I am Albino. You wish to see me?"


kitten smoothie posted:

lmao that it’s ostensibly run by a guy named “Guido” to lend some air of legitimacy

it worked for python

CRIP EATIN BREAD
Jun 24, 2002

Hey stop worrying bout my acting bitch, and worry about your WACK ass music. In the mean time... Eat a hot bowl of Dicks! Ice T





Soiled Meat

Penisface posted:

it worked for python

and look where it's at now

Ornamental Dingbat
Feb 26, 2007



I checked out https://rentahitman.com and was pleased to see that they are GDPR compliant.

Carthag Tuek
Oct 15, 2005

Tider skal komme,
tider skal henrulle,
slægt skal følge slægters gang




Ornamental Dingbat posted:

I checked out https://rentahitman.com and was pleased to see that they are GDPR compliant.

:yosnice:

ewiley
Jul 9, 2003

More trash for the trash fire

Ornamental Dingbat posted:

I checked out https://rentahitman.com and was pleased to see that they are GDPR compliant.

I’m sure they’re happy to support the right to be forgotten

haveblue
Aug 15, 2005




Toilet Rascal

somebody got tired of playing exploit whack-a-mole

quote:

SAN FRANCISCO — Apple sued the NSO Group, the Israeli surveillance company, in federal court on Tuesday, another setback for the beleaguered firm and the unregulated spyware industry.

The lawsuit is the second of its kind — Facebook sued NSO in 2019 for targeting its WhatsApp users — and another consequential move by a private company to curb invasive spyware by governments and the companies that provide their spy tools.

Apple, for the first time, seeks to hold NSO accountable for what it says was the surveillance and targeting of Apple users. Apple also wants to permanently prevent NSO from using any Apple software, services or devices, a move that could render the company’s Pegasus spyware product worthless, given that its core business is to give government clients full access to a target’s iPhone or Android smartphone.

Apple is also asking for unspecified damages for the time and cost to deal with what the company argues is NSO’s abuse of its products. Apple said it would donate the proceeds from those damages to organizations that exposed spyware.

cinci zoo sniper
Mar 14, 2013




the angle of the lawsuit is some extreme lawyering :discourse: basically apple found that nso engineers made a bunch of icloud accounts for testing their vulns, and icloud terms of service declare california as the governing jurisdiction for service interactions

DoomTrainPhD
Feb 12, 2009



CRIP EATIN BREAD posted:

and look where it's at now

The second most popular language on earth behind C?
https://statisticstimes.com/tech/top-computer-languages.php

Subjunctive
Sep 12, 2006

sparkle and shine



link doesn’t work for me, but saying C is the most popular language is sort of like saying malaria is popular in Africa: there’s a lot of it, but most people consider that to be a bad thing

Volmarias
Dec 31, 2002

I'm sure I'll think of something.

ewiley posted:

I’m sure they’re happy to support the right to be forgotten

Chris Knight
Jun 5, 2002

And I'm only saying this because I care.

There are a lot of decaffeinated brands on the market today that are just as tasty as the real thing.




Fun Shoe

Subjunctive posted:

link doesn’t work for me,
must be php

Methanar
Sep 26, 2013
ASK ME MY METHOD FOR SORTING GENOCIDES I'VE MADE A LIST FROM GOOD TO BAD AND THE ANSWER MAY SURPRISE YOU!

That measure of most popular language is why how often people google search for help with the language.
Maybe C is just lovely and hard to use.

Similarly, the one where python is on top is a measure of how often beginner tutorials are used.
Again maybe python is just a programming language for children.

DoomTrainPhD
Feb 12, 2009



Methanar posted:

That measure of most popular language is why how often people google search for help with the language.
Maybe C is just lovely and hard to use.

Similarly, the one where python is on top is a measure of how often beginner tutorials are used.
Again maybe python is just a programming language for children.

Correction: All programming languages are awful and computers were a mistake.

Achmed Jones
Oct 16, 2004





DoomTrainPhD posted:

Correction: All programming languages are awful and computers were a mistake.

:hmmyes:

Soylent Pudding
Jun 22, 2007

We've got people!



DoomTrainPhD posted:

Correction: All programming languages are awful and computers were a mistake.

RFC2324
Jun 7, 2012

http 418



DoomTrainPhD posted:

Correction: All programming languages are awful and computers were a mistake.

BlankSystemDaemon
Mar 13, 2009

System Access Node
Not Found:ins:




DoomTrainPhD posted:

Correction: All programming languages are awful and computers were a mistake.

redleader
Aug 18, 2005

Engage according to operational parameters

DoomTrainPhD posted:

Correction: All programming languages are awful and computers were a mistake.

The Lone Badger
Sep 24, 2007



DoomTrainPhD posted:

Correction: All programming languages are awful and computers were a mistake.

Jenny Agutter
Mar 18, 2009




VileLL
Oct 3, 2015




fellas I’ve got a truly absurd case here, cannot figure out if this guy (my boss’s son) is having a mental issue or if there’s some vast problem going on, could anyone maybe suggest anything I could possibly look into:

He’s been having a recurring issue for 6 months at this point, that’s followed him through any number of new phones, computers, etc, from Mac to Windows to Linux, showing up a couple of days after he’s brought new computers and the like. he’s got rid of his router, apparently all his iot bullshit, and it still keeps showing up

there’s not exactly a tremendous effect, it’s more like certain features get overwritten - his audio stuff basically doesn’t work, some windows 11 stuff is being overwritten by windows 10, his IP address appears to be sent to random addresses, occasionally crypto-related, when he had the windows xbox thing installed, it kept recording things, and whenever he tries to reset his phone, he ends up with Cashapp, Stripe and Solitaire installed

I don’t know what to make of this: my best guess is that he’s either overreading things or affected by some bizarrely persistent crypto miner. he says there’s no common point for everything, but I definitely don’t believe that without proof

genuinely no idea how to proceed, this has apparently cost him a job and is likely to cost him another in the near future

Jabor
Jul 16, 2010

#1 Loser at SpaceChem

i'm gonna assume the common thread is wanting to look at nude ladies and/or men and manually installing anything that promises to give him that

VileLL
Oct 3, 2015




i mean the guy’s at least smart enough to pull the various ips he’s apparently being saddled with, runs a ping test and looks through ipconfig whenever he thinks somethings up, but also seems to thing google voice is causing everything? very weird everything

Samuel L. ACKSYN
Feb 29, 2008




i mean its clearly something he's doing, considering its happening on multiple computers and operating systems (or yeah it's just bullshit)

im just gonna throw out a wild guess and guess that he's loving with settings and poo poo because "he knows what he's doing" and it gets all hosed up



do you actually have access to one of his hosed computers or is he just telling you this stuff

VileLL
Oct 3, 2015




should be able to pull one on the thanksgiving, hadn’t seen the guy before and he’s just been going through his busines

imma try to get him drunk on thanksgiving and figure the porno side out, he’s currently getting worked up about windows 11 folders having pre-windows 11 install dates, and claiming that powershell sometimes pops open on his other computers

Kazinsal
Dec 13, 2011



buy him a few carbon monoxide detectors

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Volmarias
Dec 31, 2002

I'm sure I'll think of something.

See if any of the console windows that open say "big mad bios"

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