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  1. #1
    Sophie Pedophile Tech Support
    Why aren't you a hacker? You should be a hacker, or you should want to be one. What are you gonna do with your life be an accountant? LMAO those are the guys we rob. Or maybe you're thinking you're a pretty technical person you'll be a programmer. FOOL! Those are the ones we dunk on the most at the office. Never mind the fact that we only need to get lucky once and they need to get it right all the time, pfft. Fair. we don't have to care about fair, we stacked the deck AND counted the cards bro. Besides, did you see how embarrassing that one mistake by that one programmer was, and no one even noticed they launched their application like that! From day 0. That's right we count from 0 like everyone should because we all know that 1 isn't really the first number.

    Have you ever sat down and opened calculator.exe and thought: What a useless program? I should be able to use this program as a vehicle to do everything i can imagine and more. Well you're in luck. We've been popping calc.exe since time immemorial.

    Can you lie to total strangers with a straight face? Gain their trust get them to do things against their training and better judgements? You might be a social engineer.

    Ever saw a cute girl, followed her home, learned everything you could about her and stored that data for use at a later date? You might be an Intelligence Specialist.

    Wanna do all these things and more but with friends? That's what the Red Team's for.

    We doodle skulls and arcane imagery all over our development projects to imbue them with the power of Satan.

    If you're too cool for school and like breaking the rules, come hang out with us.
  2. #2
    Nile bump
    Honestly Pentestesting would be my dream job.

    I shouldn't have backed down from fucking with that shelters network with you that time, but they WERE up on my phone, as I learned after due to an incident in TO.

    Until I get a new and phone with Kali on it and keep a closer eye on it than the One Eye I'd be wary.

    Feel like that place was some deep state mind fucking farm fr. Goddamn Otterwa.
  3. #3
    Sophie Pedophile Tech Support
    It would have been interesting that's for sure. And it's easy to put Kali on an Android. Look up Kali Nethunter, the github repo has all the info including which types of androids are supported and not.
  4. #4
    Nile bump
    Dude when we were talking 3 staff showed up outside my cell and were talking loudly.

    In Toronto I got a recording of the obsessed assholes who stalk me and it got deleted. So I chucked the phone, figured if they were going to not so subtly manipulate files it would constitute an attack vector, as in they would upload something incriminating.

    A decentish phone with a removable battery, a leadlined leather bag and a portable Faraday Cage. Or NOTHING.
  5. #5
    Sophie Pedophile Tech Support
    Buy a faraday case for your phone, just a faraday case would be enough.
  6. #6
    Does putting Avast into silent mode qualify?
  7. #7
    Obbe Alan What? [annoy my right-angled speediness]
    I would like to be a hacker, but I don't want to learn the trade from a pedophile. Do you know any non-pedophile hackers?
  8. #8
    Nile bump
    Pedos are probably great at security measures, secrecy and exploitation.

    Better to learn from the best no? Keep your friends close and all that no?
  9. #9
    Meikai African Astronaut
    im dumb and socially retarded and have no motivation. cyberspace doesn't need me. meatspace doesn't need me. i needn't exist. and yet... here i am, useless as ever.
  10. #10
    lockedin Houston
    Originally posted by Obbe Do you know any non-pedophile hackers?

    sorry, all the good ones are pedos
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  11. #11
    Sophie Pedophile Tech Support
    Originally posted by Jiggaboo_Johnson Does putting Avast into silent mode qualify?

    Did you know, AVs on Windows take on (kind of) malware like qualities in an effort to protect themselves from malware that might otherwise just turn it off, turn the service off, kill the process or whatever. Yet a lot of them are programmed to make a trade-off between consuming resources(Thus being a giant pain in the ass for the end user) and actively looking for signs of malicious behaviors.

    Seems sensible, but malware authors don't care whether your AV is sensible and user friendly or not. A compromise for resources, is a vector.

    Originally posted by Obbe I would like to be a hacker, but I don't want to learn the trade from a pedophile. Do you know any non-pedophile hackers?

    I'm not offering classes today just some inspiration. And yes i know a lot who aren't pedophiles, but the most interesting ones are.

    That said, if i was offering classes, hacker mindset would tell you to take my knowledge and weaponize it against me, if that was the angle and you managed it. I wouldn't even be mad.

    Originally posted by Nile Pedos are probably great at security measures, secrecy and exploitation.

    Better to learn from the best no? Keep your friends close and all that no?

    Nile got the right idea. There's a trueism in the field of Operational Security that says: Your secure network isn't secure enough if it's not being used by pedophiles and terrorists.
  12. #12
    Sophie Pedophile Tech Support
    This is very important so listen up, if you want to be a hacker but can't draw ASCII art, you might as well give up now.
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  13. #13
    Sophie Pedophile Tech Support
    Originally posted by Meikai im dumb and socially retarded and have no motivation. cyberspace doesn't need me. meatspace doesn't need me. i needn't exist. and yet… here i am, useless as ever.

    You're smarter than you portray yourself to be. And self-discipline can and must be learned. Although i know it's easier said than done.
  14. #14
    Nile bump
    Exploitation was a double entendre btw.
  15. #15
    Meikai African Astronaut
    Originally posted by Sophie You're smarter than you portray yourself to be. And self-discipline can and must be learned. Although i know it's easier said than done.

    self-discipline is useful for picking the best instrumental values, but you cannot self-discipline your way to changing a terminal value. let's say you very much do not want to get arrested and go to jail for life. you can use self-discipline to avoid getting arrested for serious crimes, but you can't "self-discipline" a desire to get locked up for life (or self-discipline your way to a set of goals where you're even just "okay" with going to jail for life). and if you theoretically "could" change those values, you of course wouldn't because that'd conflict with your current terminal goal of not going to jail for life.

    most everything is like this for me. the function i maximize for is maybe... "engagement with stories"? definitely not that specifically, but it's a close enough example and this just boils down to an excuse for why i will watch tv instead of learning to code. learning to code doesn't directly conflict with my terminal values but it also doesn't really factor into the thing i'm maximizing for and i'd need a new set of terminal values for that to change. but that new set of values would conflict with my current ones (i would no longer be maximizing for "engagement with stories" or whatever) so i cannot change them - or if i theoretically can, obviously i will not. 🤷
  16. #16
    Sophie Pedophile Tech Support
    Originally posted by Meikai self-discipline is useful for picking the best instrumental values, but you cannot self-discipline your way to changing a terminal value. let's say you very much do not want to get arrested and go to jail for life. you can use self-discipline to avoid getting arrested for serious crimes, but you can't "self-discipline" a desire to get locked up for life (or self-discipline your way to a set of goals where you're even just "okay" with going to jail for life). and if you theoretically "could" change those values, you of course wouldn't because that'd conflict with your current terminal goal of not going to jail for life.

    most everything is like this for me. the function i maximize for is maybe… "engagement with stories"? definitely not that specifically, but it's a close enough example and this just boils down to an excuse for why i will watch tv instead of learning to code. learning to code doesn't directly conflict with my terminal values but it also doesn't really factor into the thing i'm maximizing for and i'd need a new set of terminal values for that to change. but that new set of values would conflict with my current ones (i would no longer be maximizing for "engagement with stories" or whatever) so i cannot change them - or if i theoretically can, obviously i will not. 🤷

    Not going to jail for the rest of your life while hacking with the best of them is what falls broadly under the 'ethical hacker' definition. If you're a Red Teamer, you will get to do all the 'bad' stuff, and the people that hired you and your colleagues will be grateful for it. You'll get a fat paycheck, benefits, and go to Hacker Summercamp for free.

    Also the story that directly has an impact on your life is the one about your life. It is potentially the best story and sure as fuck the realest, for all other stories are simply contained within it. Engage with your own story. Or engage with the stories that certain skills can help you tell.

    Or don't, i'm not your dad you can do what you want.

    Originally posted by Nile Exploitation was a double entendre btw.

    I figured. But to exploit implies a moral and emotional connotation.
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  17. #17
    Obbe Alan What? [annoy my right-angled speediness]
    Originally posted by lockedin sorry, all the good ones are pedos

    Now I'm suspicious of the IT guy.
  18. #18
    aldra JIDF Controlled Opposition
    almost everything is boring and everything else makes me angry
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  19. #19
    STER0S African Astronaut [the disappointingly unanticipated slab]
    https://calcexe.com/

    so you mean to tell me tyler isnt my friend after all ?
  20. #20
    Sophie Pedophile Tech Support
    Originally posted by aldra almost everything is boring and everything else makes me angry

    Is that just a general statement or do you mean with regards to cyber security or ComSpci more broadly specifically?
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