Have you ever hacked a website or another remote system? Have you ever found an exploitable vulnerability in a piece of software? If not, why?
Have you ever hacked a website or another remote system?
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Just ctf stuff for fun, honest.
Why do you ask, oh glownagger of LULZ¿
used inspect element to see the answers on google form test when i was in high school
t. real hacker
Google Forms don't include the correct answers in the HTML. Was this a particularly old version?
good old times
no because i am vulnerable. who am i to cast a stone at the glass house he who judge jesus thou holy?
i hacked my dick off does that count
I guess that's biohacking
Back in the early 90's I was in college at Lehigh and though my major was math, I would sometimes go to the comp lab just to fart around with games and there were guys there that routinely would hack into the school admin, banks, military, you name it....total wild west for computing..I was such a puss I thought I'd get in trouble just by being in the room.
Aren't you a bit too old to be posting here, grandpa?
You're only as old as you feel...plus my kids aren't having grandchildren for me.
When you get older, don't lose all connections with your youth or things that keep your brain stimulated ...too many people simply get 'old' and are grumpy or senile. Stay in touch with the young somehow...you won't regret it.
cool it with the ageism edge lord looser
Found the other one
zoomers out out out
t. 30 yo boomer
You must be new here.
My school's online grading system is still full of SQL injections lol.
I'm model citizen officer
yes but I didn't do anything nefarious with it, I'd love to chat about it but this thread glows white hot.
One of my friends found a DoS exploit on a tranny-infested forum.
What kind of exploit was it?
one that made a tiny request require a shitton of processing on the server side
Let me guess, exponential regex?
some sort of list of threads or submissions or admins or something, i can't remember the specifics
this just reminded me of a really stupid "feature" from a project i worked on in school.
a few of us had jobs maintaining a cluster for biology research. there were between 0 and maybe 30 users at any given time. our most common complaint was that the system was slow, and jobs waited too long in the queue to execute. one genius had the idea to create a portal so you could see the utilization of the system and know your place in line. since he'd just taken babby's first database design class, he created an elaborate, multi-table addition to the already heavily loaded postgresql database. since he'd also taken virtually nothing about complexity, his backend used a nested loop on users.
this little application would, during peak hours, perform hundreds of unoptimized, massively-joined sql queries every time you hit refresh. you could literally slow down the cluster by simply hitting refresh.
lazy and retarded
I was apart of the few people who did the robbin hood glitch where you could leverageself past yor eyeballs with into the stratosphere with x10000000 your opening position.
Best $10 dollar i ever spent.
I love how 1R0NYMAN literally changed Robinhood's operations.
changed my 5 into a 9 through ms-paint in it class
Yes, and was mocked for not knowing what I was talking about. Then a year or two later the piece of software was updated to fix that flaw. It was pretty damn obvious too.
I opened the browser console once.
goddammit I wish I had the pic
It was 2011 and my school used Windows XP. I had somehow found a way to bypass GPO restrictions when you unplugged the ethernet cable at the correct time when you logged in. Back then, every classroom had their own account. I changed the password of said account and got banned for 2 months from using the school laptops.
I was 11 years old at that time.
No, but I have definitely told people I have.
I've lied my way over the years into a 90k security analyst role and still have no idea what I'm doing.
Sure. I hacked the website of that anon who made a thread asking to be hacked a few days ago. He made it in PHP with ChatGPT, lol.
That was a honeypot designed to be easy
I was wasting time on Google images like ten years ago and wound up finding this super religious boy’s summer camp that was mistakenly streaming all of their security cameras onto their website. It was mostly kind of creepy. They had a really ceremonious mock wedding and other stuff like that.
stole a nagger languages course. download site, remove iframe, uploaded and sent him link...couldn't cope.
I used to netsend my qt3.14 teacher in high school from other classes. Total hackerman. Knowing what i know now about pedolady teachers i should have banged her, bros...
For sex pretty kike pedo
Maybe she was israeli
nice try fed
Why is this guy so famous?
because he singlehandedly wrote an entire operating system while being extremely schizophrenic which was interesting
i leaked a CS GO cheat once
i dug into the loader and discovered it would download the cheat executable from a public directory on the website once the loader verifies your credentials
many such cases
I've found some shell injection bugs but didn't do anything nefarious with them. Just notified people.
sql injection tests was something I did as a kid. So many pajeet coders back then that didnt' use any basic query checks, literally straight from the fucking url to the database.
Did you drop their shit tables?
Yes, in high school I defaced the school site, put goatse in every single computer, unlocked torrent traffic for me and my friends to download anime, change the intranet admin passwords, and they took a week to get everything back to normal.
I even left a goatse on the site's footer with 95% transparency, that stayed there for 5 years after I graduated.
Everyone knew it was, me the police even interviewed me, but they had no prof.
My school had outdated IT systems but I didn't do anything like that because everyone would have known it was me.
I remember in one English lesson the teacher mentioned someone who graduated years ago, "Oh, he had good grades but he's in jail now for hacking." Everyone turned and looked at me. It was quite embarrassing.
Cracked WEP once and that's it