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Wednesday, June 18th, 2008
12:24 am
Ladies, I am in dire need of your assistance.
You see, for almost 2 years, I lived together with a man.
Last week, he made me move out.

I found out that he'd been cheating on me all over the place, and I have proof.
Now.. for what I want to do.
Send all his personal crap to his friends, family and colleagues.
But.. I don't know how to get all the addies for his colleagues.

Does anyone know how I can find all the email addresses that belong to a domain?
Thanks in advance!
Thursday, January 24th, 2008
4:36 pm
Why we are serious about rejecting "hacking help" requests
(crossposted from lj2600, at the request of secretsoflife)

Many people on this community already know why it's such a Bad Idea to discuss the use of general computer cleverness in committing even the most minor crime here. I am not a mod, but I am a concerned member, and I didn't see any mention of this on the userinfo page for this community, so I just wanted to post this general statement.

If you go visit the LJ TOS, you'll find the following clause:

You understand that all Content, including without limitation, all information, data, text, software, music, sound, photographs, graphics, video, messages, or other materials, whether publicly posted or privately transmitted, are the sole responsibility of the person from which such Content originated. LiveJournal does not control Content posted via the Service and, as such, does not guarantee the validity of such Content. You also understand that by using the Service, you may be exposed to Content that is offensive, indecent, or objectionable. Should Content be found or reported to be in violation with, but not limited to, the following terms, it will be LiveJournal's sole discretion as to what action should be taken.

You agree to NOT use the Service to: [...] Promote or provide instructional information about illegal activities, promote physical harm or injury against any governmental entity, group or individual, or promote any act of cruelty to animals. This may include, but is not limited to, providing instructions on how to assemble bombs, grenades, and other weapons or incendiary devices

This is important to keep in mind because LJ has a clear history of mass-banning the moment a few jerks start making a stink about the content on LJ. In fact, they've also taken a shine to banning searches on certain terms. Granted, hackers haven't been bogeymen in a while now, but it still takes only one or two people with an axe to grind and this community could be lost.

Magazines like 2600 and the cultural groups that support and promote them have, time and again, deflected the majority of legal damage through a very simple set of rules-- meet in the open, show people that we're curious about machines simply for its own sake, and be the Good Guys. This isn't just a cynical marketing plan, either. There's nothing two-faced about it.

Thus, it's in the best interests of this community to be careful about what you ask. I don't ask a lot of questions on here because...well, frankly, I don't have the time to do all that much these days. That doesn't mean, however, that this community isn't a valuable asset and worth protecting.

If you value this community and the broader 2600 culture, please remember the way we keep ourselves safe and uphold it. LJ is a service that teeters on the brink of being a walled garden suitable only for those that meet its Disney-like fantasy image of blogging. If our little island in it is to remain, we have to keep it clean.

Again, I'm not a mod, so I'm happy to delete this if it has no place here. I've said my piece.
Wednesday, October 17th, 2007
12:27 am
Hey everyone! I am new here. I'm NOT a hacker but am interested in learning and ALSO interested in hacking someone's facebook and/or gmail account. I've been researching online and can't find out how to do so, is this even possible? Thanks in advance!
Tuesday, October 17th, 2006
11:09 pm
Ok, so recently, I realized that this one site has been immitating myspace or something and stealing passwords because the site has the exact login page as myspace and they can somehow get the password when people think they've just logged out and retype their email/password. Is there anyway to hack the site and change it so they stop doing that? Other than contacting their hosts since their host's page is in another language...

sorry if I sound stupid, I really know nothing about hacking but the site's causing trouble for my friends. They keep spamming everyone and then it just ends up with more people getting spammed.
Monday, June 26th, 2006
2:32 pm
Hi, I'm Abbigail and I've been wanting to learn about hacking and how to hack, etc. Are there any good books or websites to help me get started?
Monday, May 22nd, 2006
10:05 am
HOPE stuff
As per someone's suggestion earlier in one of the hacker comms on LJ (I think from lj2600), I'm thinking of putting together a GLBT/Queer BoF for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Trans hackers/phreakers/geeks to get together and socialize and make new friends. Would you be interested in going to said BoF? Should I submit it on the Wiki?

Also, is there a ride board up on the Wiki or a forum somewhere? I looked briefly on the Wiki and didn't see one. If not, I guess I should start one.

Anyway, I might as well post my ride ad here too.
Ride needed from DC area to NYCCollapse )

(X-posted on various hacker communities)

Current Mood: okay
Friday, March 17th, 2006
10:17 pm
can anyone tell me were i can get a good backdoor trojan? just to experiment with, nothing illegal, i'll be using it on my own computers.
Wednesday, February 15th, 2006
4:41 pm
Women in 2600 panel?
So HOPE Number 6 is coming upon us again. I'm wondering if we want to do the "Women in 2600" panel again... only this time as a scheduled talk.

Is there any interest?
Would you be on the panel?
Do you have any ideas for questions to ask the panelists? (I'll eventually get a list of the ones we used at The Fifth HOPE up in ch1x0rz.)

If there's interest and I can schedule panelists ahead of time, then I'll submit it as a talk and we'll do this thing. If not, well, perhaps it'll get stuck back on the "C" track again (if they *have* the C track again this year).

...I've also thought of doing a panel of Queers in 2600, dealing with sexual orientation in the hacking world. Do you think we should do this also? Or perhaps instead of Women in 2600?

I just thought I'd throw these ideas out there and get feedback.

Oh, and if you know of a place that this should be crossposted to help recruit panelists, feel free to do some crossposting yourself... just make sure that when you post it, you put a link back to the post in this post so that I can keep track of all the threads and ideas.

(x-posted to my personal journal, anarchotech, ch1x0rz, lj2600, md2600)
Thursday, January 12th, 2006
4:48 pm
Davinci Code for Programmers!
http://www.pythonchallenge.com is the most fun I've had in ages. Whoever did it is very cool.
Sunday, January 1st, 2006
10:52 pm
Bi Tux Icon for YOU to use!
So I finally got off my ass and made that bi Tux icon I keep meaning to make. I did the stripes by hand, and by eye, so I'm sorry if the proportions are off (it's supposed to be 40% pink, 20% purple, 40% blue).

This is a NO CREDIT NEEDED ICON! Tux is almost public domain (made by Larry Ewing). Spread him far, spread him wide. Use this icon however you want. You don't need to give me credit or comment (if you want to, that's cool).

(x-posted to my journal, "no credit needed" icon communities, and various computer/geek/hacker communities)
Monday, January 2nd, 2006
11:45 am
Hmmm.. hello. I'm not a hacker, but hope to one day do something cool, like reverse engineer a closed protocol or write a linux driver. I'm used to most computer nerds being guys, so I think this community is great for something different. Hooray for women-computer-geeks!
Friday, November 4th, 2005
6:02 pm
The classic story. Someone is leaving nasty messages and horrible comments on my LiveJournal, nothing to a point that's scary but just offensive and rude. Can you help me out with some ideas of how to find out who this person is???
Thursday, September 1st, 2005
12:32 pm
DefCon/BlackHat panel info?
Does anyone have any information about the presenters for the Black Hat "Women in Technology" talk? I missed it.

Also it may be interesting to note that a speaker from a Defcon talk about women hackers had information on scholarships for women going into IT. If we can find his 411 he may be able to hook up some of you youngins with an edumacation...
Thursday, August 11th, 2005
8:49 pm
I've never done any kind of hacking or anything like that but I could use some help. Is there anyway of hacking someones photobucket account password? I know for a fact that there are pictures of me on there that an ex of mine is using for his own sick pleasure. If anybody could help me out I would really appreciate it. Thanks.
Tuesday, July 19th, 2005
6:19 pm
There's a person on lj who has been harassing me, Originally I thought it was because I stood up to them on a message board, but they accessed a profile of mine that had no link to or from my lj. There's a person who I now think it might me.

(Currently they're using my usericon (a picture of me... different journal) as their own and have my bio on their profile info. ) In order to.. I don't know, but it's pissing me off.

LJ doesn't seem to care, so I was wondering if anyone would be able to get me their ISP address so I can track it? I can't find it anywhere...

I'd appreciate any help,

Sunday, July 10th, 2005
10:00 am
an ex of mine let his brother hack into my account on yahoo.
he sent me a link that was "to his profile" and i logged in and of course he got my password.
i have my yahoo back
but i need my hotmail back (this address connects me to college,online apps and family)
but the asshole changed EVERything so i cant get my password back or anything.

please tell me someone knows how i can get it back :(
Monday, June 27th, 2005
7:37 pm
Hey everyone. My name is Stephanie and I just joined today. I'm hoping to be taught how to hack although I've never done it before if someone would be willing to be my mentor I'd appreciate it immensely.

Remember, I'm an empty book so any cool tips or backdoors to computers you'd be willing to share with me I'll listen.

I'll be posting

Current Mood: amused
Tuesday, May 24th, 2005
12:05 pm
Hi there! *waves*
Well, first things first : I'm not a hacker myself, not in any way, although computers do indeed perk my interest. Also, I'm not a native speaker of English, so please pardon my mistakes (but feel free to correct me if you feel like it).

I was discussing hacking earlier today with c4bl3fl4m3, who directed me to this community, so here I am.

My question to you is : What do hacking and being a hacker mean to you? Why are you into it, and what for? Does being a *girl* hacker mean anything particular to you?

(okay, actually there was more than just one question)

Thanks in advance for your answers.
Friday, May 20th, 2005
8:38 pm
okay, recently my dad has firewalled all downloading on my computer using the Windows Security Center (something like that) so only the administrator (him) can download and delete history and stuff. does anyone know a way to get around that? He's pretty computer smart, and I'm not that great at it, but it'd be a HUDE help if someone could solve my little deliemma! thankies!
Monday, May 16th, 2005
2:06 pm
Undelete under GNU/Linux?
I just deleted a bunch of stuff I don't have backups of (doh! Shoulda checked my Trash bin BEFORE emptying it). Anyway, I'm using a journaling filing system (it's not Reiserfs... I'm not sure which one. ext3 perhaps?). I JUST deleted them... like 3 minutes ago.

There's gotta be SOME way to recover data... any help?

(x-posted to a bunch of my favorite tech places)

Current Mood: pissed off
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