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    A long time ago, members were abusing the...

    A long time ago, members were abusing the AntiPoint system and the former administrator JP banned ac1dsp3ctrum along with some others including jehnx, Remote_Access_ and later JCHostingAdmin... maybe...
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    Heh, you're funny. Yep I stole Negative's...

    Heh, you're funny.

    Yep I stole Negative's line. Sue me ;)

    edit:

    Somebody left me this message:
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    Well said Neggie. d00dz Attackin... listen and...

    Well said Neggie. d00dz Attackin... listen and listen good.

    Old school whitepapers are good for learning how the hacker subculture works and I found it informative as well as entertaining. I do...
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    awarlock, the archives are designed to show what...

    awarlock, the archives are designed to show what crackers use. That means rootkits, bruteforcers, scanners, and yes, even Trojans and uncompiled virus code. If you cannot handle it, do not ****ing...
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    Yeah, fuckmicrosoft.com's owner is totally againt...

    Yeah, ****microsoft.com's owner is totally againt Bill Gates, and wants to tell the world there is more to life than MS. I am not too thrilled with the web site though. A little too extreme if you...
  6. Thread: ddos help

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    egold, shut up. :flip:

    egold, shut up. :flip:
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    dopeydadwarf, This is a nice introduction and...

    dopeydadwarf, This is a nice introduction and nice reference on a hot subject. Thanks.
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    Heh, it does not seem to matter how cleverly put...

    Heh, it does not seem to matter how cleverly put your thread is, somebody somewhere will find the excuse or the reason to neg it. I would not worry about it. It was a very nicely made post. I look...
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    It is still AO but with new management. I dunno...

    It is still AO but with new management. I dunno what all the bitching is about.

    Personally, if you do not like a site, leave.

    edit- Somebody left me this message:



    I can say whatever I...
  10. Thread: .swf

    by linuxguy99
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    Another handy tool:...

    Another handy tool: http://www.srctec.com/flashdecompiler/index.htm

    You will never use old methods again!!

    cheers
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    Wow, 27 operating systems... now the question is,...

    Wow, 27 operating systems... now the question is, what 27 os's to load.... ;)

    Windows, OS/2, FreeBSD, Solaris, DOS, Slackware, ..... Now that would be a boot menu from hell... :D
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    Thanks for the tutorial VK! :) Just the thing...

    Thanks for the tutorial VK! :)

    Just the thing I was asking for. d00dz attackin and others, read it and learn! that should help!
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    I have some suggestions. 1. Do not worry about...

    I have some suggestions.

    1. Do not worry about the negative antipoint assignments. It happens.

    2. Have somebody proof-read your tutorials. When something is hard to understand, people tend to...
  14. Thread: nbtsta help

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    You naughty boi. When connected to a user on AIM,...

    You naughty boi. When connected to a user on AIM, you should see an IP address with an established connection. What does it say when you use netstat -a?
  15. Thread: Mac OS10.2

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    It's Mac specific. In other words will not run on...

    It's Mac specific. In other words will not run on an x86 architecture unless you have a PPC emulator somewhere. I see rumors of such a program , but since I have never used one, I will not bet money...
  16. Were you dropped on your head as a kid? Just...

    Were you dropped on your head as a kid?

    Just wondering.
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    It's a bug since the move. No worries.

    It's a bug since the move. No worries.
  18. Hmmm, ceritification in my opinion is good as a...

    Hmmm, ceritification in my opinion is good as a suppliment to a resume. People hire for what you can do for them, and will look at you as a whole so to speak. My best suggestion is to get certified...
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    The default port for BO2K is 31337 UDP, but can...

    The default port for BO2K is 31337 UDP, but can be changed via client and server editor, so most of the time, you will see connections to 31337 for BO scans, but it does not necessarily mean every...
  20. Thread: Hacked

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    Man, I am sorry that happened to you. Was the web...

    Man, I am sorry that happened to you. Was the web page defaced?

    Also, you might wanna check for rootkits installed...

    Is that the full doc left behind?

    Lastly, it is kinda interesting to...
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    Sticky: My Cartman hat goes off to you once again. ...

    My Cartman hat goes off to you once again.

    Yes, this is a kiss ass post.

    /me puts Cartman hat on again, puts a megaphone to his mouth and says....

    "HOW WOULD YOU LIKE TO SUCK MAH BAWLS Mr....
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    PGP (http://www.pgp.com/products/freeware.html) ...

    PGP

    :cool:
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    There is a nice search engine people use, it is...

    There is a nice search engine people use, it is called Google. On this little engine you can learn all sorts of things from nuclear physics, gormet cooking, pr0n and *gasp* what C is, how to compile...
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    For a beginner I would first look into how to set...

    For a beginner I would first look into how to set up an FTP server and how FTP works via LinuxDocs, namely http://tldp.org there is a lot of in-depth and very useful info for you to learn from like...
  25. Another great contribution. Thanks for everything...

    Another great contribution. Thanks for everything MsMittens.

    /me puts on Cartman hat...

    "HOW WOULD YOU LIKE..."

    ahem.
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