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  Top 5 Reasons You Need to Use Reverse Phone Lookup
Posted by: Mehedibd9820 - 7 hours ago - Forum: Welcome! - No Replies

Now for all intents and purposes everyone probably thought about the organization called rearrange phone question. It is an online assistance where you can check who asserts a particular phone number and where they live. The thing is regardless of the way that most of us have thought about such a help; numerous people in spite of everything have not started using it. Some even supernatural occurrence why certain people make such a genuine arrangement of investigating phone numbers. Well if you are one of those people, by then there are the best 5 reasons why you should start using this organization as well. 

1) The fundamental clarification is the most basic clarification. To do definitely why inverse phone question was made from the outset, to check for phone numbers. Imagine expecting a critical call while you are busy with something - like in a social event or in a film. You get this call yet close by it you have a couple of other phone numbers in your missed call list. How might you find which number had a spot with the person whose call you were envisioning? mobile database

Basically go on the web and check the numbers using the opposite phone question organization and there you go. You will know decisively who called and who you ought to return to.

2) Besides its fundamental use, this organization has a lot of noteworthy worth included features too which is chiefly the clarification behind its immense turn of events. One of the habits in which I use this organization is to check for postal areas. So regularly I have to go for social events to someone's home or office and the whole of what I have is their phone number. If you are in gives, you will know correctly what I am examining. Getting the area is reliably a torture a similar number of times the individual you are visiting is involved and not in a circumstance to explain their area.

Not just that, home customers may require visiting a particular expert or a distinguishing strength store some spot and you need the area immediately. Essentially use your opposite phone inquiry bolster and enter the number you have. Nearby the owner of the number which for this circumstance you unquestionably know who, you will similarly get the full postal area where the phone number is found.

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Wink T-mobile
Posted by: TheGalaxyNinja - 06-15-2020, 11:07 PM - Forum: General Information & News - No Replies

All right which one of you took down the T-Mobile network? ???

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  Subjects to talk about
Posted by: Black101726 - 03-30-2020, 02:24 AM - Forum: General Information & News - Replies (1)

Idea Exclamation Idea Exclamation Idea Exclamation

Curious. its very very quiet in here, someone atta get the game going here:

Lets talk about a few things here:

I'm a script feeder. That is all I do and some I do test on my own devices... Test on your own things while you can learn new things as technology improvises over time. If anyone has some real nice bash scripts that are custom made for hash cracking in python or bash holler. Id like to check them out as well.

Capture a cap file is easy. cracking time has been put off by the "Nextbigbang" which could be 5 billion years from now when the sun forms into a black hole. lol

Cracking hashes well that's another story.

Not that easy with ANY modern I7 I9 laptop these days. (cant catch up with time) brute forcing-




Off topic Subject over the use of technology.
 

Something to think about with all this technology Garbage since passwords are becoming harder to crack due to punctuation, symbols,numerical and even a uppercase letter. So hey, Check this out, One may wonder why everything is now set up as REMOTE ACCESS these days cause Brute forcing  passwords is not gonna cut it.  _remote

Anyone noticed how even WindowsOS can see everything and remove anything off your desktop lately?  Its getting awful creepy with Windows which I no longer use. Because of the way Microsoft inserted (Remote Access) in 1989, I kinda faded away not knowing any of the Windows OS. Andrew Milner should have never invented that script for MDOS, because its now on everything we use almost. Even your Smartphones which are constantly listening.

Lastly~ Ill never get a PC owned by MS until they remove all that because once they do, all the back door programs are gone. Wink 

Hey...Just because we pay $800.00 for a laptop system or Desktop system, does not give Microsoft the right to inspect, or even pyre an eye at the desktop of my Devices. Everything we do these days we are clueless on whats behind it.

Did you know when you are on someones servers/property you basically relinquish the rights to even have any say.

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Heart Old member here
Posted by: WPA2 - 03-15-2020, 02:29 PM - Forum: Welcome! - Replies (2)

I was a member on the old forum but come here with a new name,  Has any of the old members made there way here? 

@TheGalaxyNinja
What a great job you have done migrating the forum.

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  CoronaVirus Works its Way into Computers...
Posted by: TheGalaxyNinja - 03-13-2020, 11:47 PM - Forum: General Information & News - No Replies

While hundreds of thousands of people hoard toilet paper, bread, peanut butter and jelly, some smart hackers found a way to turn mass hysteria into a hacker's tool.



Prompting users to download and run a program that displays a legitimate map from a normal site, the AZORult malware runs in the background to glean web browser information that includes user IDs, passwords, etc.



You can find the full story here: The Hacker News: Coronavirus Maps Malware

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  Pour a Redbull on the Ground...MindRape (Donald Moore) is Finally at Rest
Posted by: TheGalaxyNinja - 01-25-2020, 02:55 PM - Forum: Special Posts from the Old THS Forum - No Replies

This post was originally from Gingerbread Man and can be found in the archives at: https://web.archive.org/web/201707100211...pic=5634.0
in its original format.

« on: May 25, 2016, 07:29:14 PM »

I regret to inform you that one of the Scenes dear friends and Most ardent supporters has passed away this week.

On Monday, our good friend and fellow conspirator, MindRape (Donald Moore) of the infamous Damaged Cybernetics,  finally hit the power button...and let the discs spin down.

He is survived by a wife and son, whose names are none of your f#@king business [Image: wink.gif]

MindRape had a story for everything...and I mean everything.

John McAfee..."Yeah I know him...that freakshow still owes me 20 bucks..."

Early console emulation efforts: "We hacked anything we could get a hold of. We designed new console copying rigs and coached people on how they could take control over the music and games they already payed for" .

The Warez scene... "We were not a hacking group, or a warez group...we didn't host anything copyrighted...what we had were the MEANS to liberate yourself...our stock-in-trade were the 'weapons' of the intellectually liberated...the tools to make information freely available to everyone.

NESticle... "Yeah, I formed the group that spread that one. I even hacked the source code out of the creators box and released it for free...He was a dick."

Hack the Planet... "Yep...back in '99"

And all of the stories are that much better once you find out that they are all (mostly ;P ) true.

In this world you hear some whoppers, and you get  used to just 'going with the flow' once people get to talking...It is quite the shock when someone gets done telling you that they used to be best friends with the keynote speaker, and tells you some rather embarrassing and highly unlikely story, just to turn and go go "Oh, there he is now...Let me introduce you..." just to have you hear the story he just told, but this time from John McAfees perspective of the same night....Good times.

If you played NES or SNES games in the 90s on your 386...*HE* is the reason. If you walked around in one of those ugly-ass 'illegal t-shirts' printed with the deCSS code...*HE* was a big part of that.

If you spent three hours trying to get your friends to send you a PGP email in 2000...You have MindRape to (at least partially) thank for the right to do that.

Mindrape believed more than anything, that *Information WANTS to be Free* and he spent the vast majority of his adult life making that endlessly repeated mantra more than just a clarion call for the disenfranchised...more than just a justification for a disrespect for boundaries and personal property...He treated it as a lifestyle.

It takes a great deal of effort to suppress the education of the public...and old Donnie saw the Internet (and BBs's before that) as the great equalizer...a force multiplier on par with that most egalitarian of inventions...The Colt Peacemaker.

The world is a little less interesting and a little less exciting (and probably a little bit safer [Image: wink.gif] )
without him around.

From all the boys at #emu...and this little cookie...You will be missed brother. 1337
« Last Edit: May 25, 2016, 08:45:34 PM by Gingerbread Man »

Original reply from TAPE:
Just reading up on him, its sad to see the 0ld sk00l guys slowly disappear..


Hope he went peacefully and wishing his family well.

Original reply from r3k0hu:
Nice post - RIP MindRape

He gave us a lot, whether we knew it or not. Salute to the old skool free thinkers

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Heart Happy New Year!
Posted by: TheGalaxyNinja - 01-01-2020, 05:29 AM - Forum: Welcome! - No Replies

Happy New Year to all my THS family! May 2020 be an amazing year going forward!

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  YouTube's New Terms of Service
Posted by: TheGalaxyNinja - 11-10-2019, 02:51 AM - Forum: Welcome! - Replies (3)

So YouTube is updating their Terms of Service on Dec 10th with a little bit of a twist>

Under "Accounts Suspension and Termination" there is now a clause that says: 

"Terminations by YouTube for Service Changes

YouTube may terminate your access, or your Google account’s access to all or part of the Service if YouTube believes, in its sole discretion, that provision of the Service to you is no longer commercially viable."

In other words... if YouTube decides they can't make money off of you, they can delete your account because of it.

Maybe it's time for a new video sharing service to step up to the plate...

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  Remember, Remember the 5th of November...
Posted by: Threadmaker - 11-06-2019, 12:03 AM - Forum: Welcome! - No Replies

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Can you find the hidden secret? It's been a while!

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Shocked BlueKeep II (also calledDejaBlue)
Posted by: TheGalaxyNinja - 10-13-2019, 10:15 PM - Forum: Welcome! - No Replies

Although this is slightly old news (from August), if you aren't paying attention to the cyber-world news, you might have missed this memo.
CVE-2019-1181 and CVE-2019-1182 target the RDS (Remote Desktop Services) of all versions of Windows 10.
Because this flaw can be used to create a worm that can then infect other computers with these security flaws.
Microsoft recommends updating to get rid of the security flaw.
Or... you could just get rid of the Microsoft RDS... or better yet, switch to Linux!
Of course, it does not affect Windows XP, so go ahead and feel safe if you are still using Windows XP!
Well feel as safe as a person in a glass house would feel living next to a rock quarry! XD

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