17 posts • joined 25 Aug 2011
RIP to an amazing hacker
This is very, very sad news.
This man was one of the most amazing hackers on the planet. RIP Jack. Your antics will be missed
Re: This is simple to confirm
right here: http://cryptome.org/isp-spy/skype-spy.pdf
and here: http://cryptome.org/isp-spy/skype-log-spy.pdf
they've been doing it forever
while your body may not be that beautiful, your actions are!
Beer is on me!
You are right about Hogwarts: nothing to see except wizards.
did you read the report?
It seams as if you have not
I spoke with Phil on the phone a year or so ago...
about his zfone technology. We wanted his SDK to create an open source p2p VoIP program that would run on iOS and Android via wifi - this would allow for secure voice communication through later generation ipods and android devices that have microphone inputs and speaker outputs.
He was willing to give us an evaluation license of his SDK as long as we made it open source and/or made the program free of charge. He said if we at all charged for the product that we would have to buy his full developers license of the zfone sdk.
We decided that there were already some open source projects that we could use that were just as good, if not better than his zfone tech.
We never got the idea off the ground. It looks like he took a similar idea and made it profitable.
this episode was so much win
Re: Next-generation ciphers
what about plausibly deniable encryption? quantum computers cant find your hidden partitions... can it?
Rumor on the underground is that this hack is devastatingly worse than they are letting on.
DBs, Web Root and Cpanel files are reported floating around in the wild.
Re: Ill make this quick. Title "how to stop viruses"
are you trolling, R16? Thats the stupidest response i've ever read, unless you're a troll.
Re: Enjoy the Iron Bar Hotel
Re: only half an article
Yeah, it covers my screen too.
The Public relations of this incident is outstanding! Good Job Kim Dotcom (lol)
too bad MIT didnt come out with it sooner. M$ version of the tech looks quite bulky compared!
A 23-year-old from was arrested last summer for hacking into German customs authority computer systems.
North Rhine Westphalia born and raised
On the interwebs was where I spent most of my days
Chillin' out haxin' relaxin' all cool
And all shootin some b-ball outside of school
When a cute lil of girl
She was up to no good
Startin making trouble in my neighborhood
I got in one little hax and my mom got scared
She said 'You're movin' with your auntie and uncle in Bel Air'
"Peter Kleissner said Stoned Lite – as the latest version of his bootkit is called – doesn't bypass defenses that will be available to people using Windows 8 on newer machines."
This is inaccurate.
Also, it does not appear that it will be at malcon, but rather the European bitcoin conference that this will be presented at.
Mad propz Peter. You're work is so great that there are people trying to discredit your work. This shows that some one is scarred.
Your barn doesn't matter
1) People dont pay money for wifi service in your barn
2) The infrastructure is already in place for cellular service, turning it off is silly
3) What they did was pretty funny
Why are you so butthurt over this guy getting owned so bad?
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