9 posts • joined 8 Mar 2010
Re: Crime != Punishment
Yeah, here's a decent list of IPs and IP ranges that are best avoided whilst portscanning, LOIC'ing, DDOSing, etc...
as a "customer" of these clownshoes motherfuckers for over 5 years, 9 domains, well and truly 20 serious cockups attributable directly to their "e-specialists", and particularly over the last fortnight where a CNAME entry took everything, our domain, all our email, and everything else for over 4 days, i have no conclusion but that these guys have no fucking idea what they are doing despite claiming to be australia's largest hosting site. the only barrier to us moving to another provider is the inconvenience and inevitable incompatibility of whatever the fuck email format they are using to a provider that knows what they're doing. any tips from moving to melbit to anywhere else would be appreciated
so i'm out in the aussie bush, then see this story, 4,000km from home, and i paid $80 each for some flower deliveries to my partner and mother, only to discover that mother's day in Australia is May 8th....a full 5 weeks away!!
now i gotta pay for it all again in a few weeks /facepalm
orangutan? or as we call 'em downunder, 'rangas
mine's the one with the arse torn out by a croc....
nom de lol
lol@ worst nom de plume ever! keep it up!
/tears of loss
lewis,,,you've outdone yourself again in first-paragraph joy!
can of worms
if they somehow manage to get away with this bullshit, they've just opened up a whole new industry...a terrorist goes over their mobile cap and a CS rep rings up and suggests they move to a bigger plan, BAM, contributing towards terrorism and profiting from the proliferation of handsets of mass destruction...how about if a terrorist went to mcdonalds, and the acne-afflicted wastrel suggested they upsize their meal? surely that's receiving the profits of a terrorist organisation, and providing material support to a terrorist organisation in the form of another 2,500 calories? might be just enough to wire up an underpants bomb...
as an aussie i'm looking forward to this load of shit being laughed out of court in the way that RIAA cases against kids etc in the US were...as previous posters have mentioned, said "evidence" was either a stooge planted by these idiots, in which case, they should be liable fo entrapment, or they bought or stole the emails, in which case they should be liable for bribery or theft...
this was a 'leak"? looks more like a TV ad to me
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