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42 comments

HEY TIMOTHY! SHUT YOUR BLOODY COCKHOLE UP! (-1, Troll)

Anonymous Coward | more than 8 years ago | (#13218415)

That means your MOUTH!

Re:HEY TIMOTHY! SHUT YOUR BLOODY COCKHOLE UP! (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 8 years ago | (#13218446)

To my recollection no "cock" in the sense of a phallus has been inserted into that hole or any other orifice of mine.
Hence I think your descriptive creative use of words to indicate said hole seems to have flawed. Or our concepts differ when we refer to the normal utilisation of said hole.

Re:HEY TIMOTHY! SHUT YOUR BLOODY COCKHOLE UP! (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 8 years ago | (#13218489)

So tell me, does CmdrTaco fist your ass before or after you suck off CowboyNeal?

Re:HEY TIMOTHY! SHUT YOUR BLOODY COCKHOLE UP! (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 8 years ago | (#13219403)

If you bother to read his post, you'll see he claims never to have orally received cock, so OBVIOUSLY the fisting comes before, and not after, the sucking off of CowboyNeal. Crack monkey.

Re:HEY TIMOTHY! SHUT YOUR BLOODY COCKHOLE UP! (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 8 years ago | (#13218571)

S0M3B0DY M0d 73h pAR3Nt P057 ++++++++5, IN5iT3PhU77!!!!111!1111!!111

Maybe if Timothy went to DEFCON and (1)

camcloud1 (758094) | more than 8 years ago | (#13218452)

bought Make magazine he could build an Anti-AC-difibulation raygun...

meh (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 8 years ago | (#13218453)

Lusers and wannabe hackers. Who has time for 'em?

Re:meh (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 8 years ago | (#13218493)

There are certainly non-wannabe hackers there. However, sure, there are bound to be some wannabes.

Visigothan ... (2, Funny)

.milfox (75510) | more than 8 years ago | (#13218459)

Is this where your penis size gets mentioned? :P :P

Anyways, to everyone else out there, this was during one of the Defcon presentations, by Vanna Vinyl. You just had to be there.

Bloodhound Wi-Fu gun / Obligatory reference (1)

50m31sl4sh. (854939) | more than 8 years ago | (#13218473)

Reminds me of a sample script that comes with Netstumbler [netstumbler.com] :
Sub LaserCallback (bssid, ssid)
If Robot Is Nothing Then Set Robot = CreateObject("Skynet.T9000")
Robot.PointLaserAt(bssid)
Robot.Say "Hasta la vista, " & ssid
Robot.FireLaser
End Sub
Imagine a Beowulf cluster of these!

DEFCON SlashDOS'd (2, Funny)

NitsujTPU (19263) | more than 8 years ago | (#13218480)

Dude, we totally SlashDOS'd DEFCON!

We are soooooo 1337! ph34r /. You got pwnd!

Re:DEFCON SlashDOS'd (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 8 years ago | (#13219013)

> You got pwnd!

`pwnd' is so last year. Upgrade and use `qwnd'

Did the Wall of Sheep capture TKIP/WPA-PSK packets (1)

Travoltus (110240) | more than 8 years ago | (#13218492)

Just wondering. I have a wireless router using WPA-PSK security with TKIP cipher type and a 24 character WPA passphrase and I was wondering if that can be hacked?

Re:Did the Wall of Sheep capture TKIP/WPA-PSK pack (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 8 years ago | (#13218535)

your security is then fully dependent on the strenght of your passphrase. bruteforceing and/or dictionary attacks are still possible. the capture of a single packet is enough to start cracking at home

Re:Did the Wall of Sheep capture TKIP/WPA-PSK pack (1)

Travoltus (110240) | more than 8 years ago | (#13222161)

How would you capture a packet? More importantly, how would you make capturing a packet as difficult as possible?

Re:Did the Wall of Sheep capture TKIP/WPA-PSK pack (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 8 years ago | (#13227150)

Well, one way would be to use wireless only between two fixed points with directional antennaes. An even better way would be to send the wireless signal through a shielded cable. In other words, you can't really do it and still actually have a portable, wireless connection.
Pretty much any technique to actually make it difficult to capture a packet without limiting range and portability is going to run afoul of regulatory agences. For example, winnowing and chaffing might be doable on a wired network, but the FCC would not be happy about everyone using security methods that flood the spectrum with 90% fake packets.

Re:Did the Wall of Sheep capture TKIP/WPA-PSK pack (1)

Travoltus (110240) | more than 8 years ago | (#13227287)

LOL about the shielded cable wireless trick. I'll tell that to a coworker, they won't get it for days!

How about limiting the range? I could measure my house from end to end and restrict the range to that. Then someone might have to come up to my doorstep to tap me. :)

offtopic...yay! (1, Offtopic)

42Penguins (861511) | more than 8 years ago | (#13218494)

I recently started reading at -1 "uncut and raw" and it's pretty damn raw. Are posting privileges reduced/revoked based on IP, due to the overwhelming amount of AC trolls?

Back to reading at +1...

Re:offtopic...yay! (1)

50m31sl4sh. (854939) | more than 8 years ago | (#13218500)

You must be new here.

Re:offtopic...yay! (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 8 years ago | (#13218517)

I read at -1 because legitimate opinions/facts often get moderated down becuase people find something that disrupts the groupthink/crowdism offensive and moderate them down.

Re:offtopic...yay! (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 8 years ago | (#13218522)

Somebody mod this faggot down please. This is offtopic and certainly not insightful or interesting. Fuckers.

Re:offtopic...yay! (1)

rootedgimp (523254) | more than 8 years ago | (#13218534)

Somebody mod this faggot down please. This is offtopic and certainly not insightful or interesting. Fuckers.


woah dude, don't blow a gasket or anything. it really looks like you have a case of karma envy :(

btw the poster clearly mentioned in his subject that it was OT. even if he didn't, really, who gives a fuck par (apparently) you?

Re:offtopic...yay! (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 8 years ago | (#13218725)

fuck you too. i'll kick you ass faggot.

Re:offtopic...yay! (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 8 years ago | (#13218800)

Sounds like someone missed their daily ass rammings.

Re:offtopic...yay! (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 8 years ago | (#13218556)

-1 is a hard subject. Almost all of it is off topic, inane banter about GNAA and *BSD and goatse, but occasionally someone gets fried because they posted something unpopular. It usually isn't worth slogging through the raw to get the unpopular, though.

*cowers in AC mode to avoid another -1*

Re:offtopic...yay! (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 8 years ago | (#13219465)

Hell, if you just started recently, you ain't seen nothing yet. Speaking from experience, yes they will revoke posting priveleges on your session, account, IP, and entire subnet. You can get your whole damn ISP banned if you try hard enough. Usually temporary, but I got my IP permanently banned once, they don't even let you load the main page then.

If it's not -1 nested, it's not really slashdot. Raising the threshold is like having sex with a full-body condom. Presumably with airholes so you don't die, though some of you freaks would probably prefer it without the airholes.

passive RFID eavesdropping from tens of feet (3, Funny)

free2 (851653) | more than 8 years ago | (#13218562)

it seems that passive RFID eavesdropping is possible from tens of feet distance, rather scary if your RFID passport sends valuable ID information to a thief !

Re:passive RFID eavesdropping from tens of feet (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 8 years ago | (#13218573)

All your RFID are belong to us!!!1!

Re:passive RFID eavesdropping from tens of feet (1)

50m31sl4sh. (854939) | more than 8 years ago | (#13218584)

In other news, tinfoil prices are on the rise.

One missing Item (1)

fm6 (162816) | more than 8 years ago | (#13218671)

Nothing about this year's Vinyl Vanna? [beautydestroyed.com] For shame!

Re:One missing Item (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 8 years ago | (#13220292)

I'd rather see Ceren. Was she there this year too?

Presentations Mirror (3, Informative)

Irongeek_ADC (903018) | more than 8 years ago | (#13218833)

There is a nice mirror of the presentations at: http://164.106.251.250/docs/netsec/defcon13/ [164.106.251.250] For those that want to see the slides.

Re:Presentations Mirror (1)

Irongeek_ADC (903018) | more than 8 years ago | (#13218874)

Oh, by the way. These seem to be Lynn's exact slides as photographed by the people at DC13: http://164.106.251.250/docs/netsec/defcon13/7-27-0 5.zip [164.106.251.250] Looks like he mostly just added funny images and took off ISS' name.

Re:Presentations Mirror (1)

Gyorg_Lavode (520114) | more than 8 years ago | (#13221077)

These are the slides on the CD I assume. The CD differs greatly from what was presented in many cases and doesn't include many other slides.

Also, you can get the original lynn slides at http://cryptome.org/lynn-cisco.zip [cryptome.org] .

what? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 8 years ago | (#13218845)

It was a logistically challenging event to cover

Um, like operating a camcorder?

Defcon was fantastic (2, Informative)

hoka (880785) | more than 8 years ago | (#13218864)

I was at Defcon this year, my first ever, and I can say without reading the article it was a superb event. The number of people there was simply amazing, and most speakers filled or nearly filled out each venue. A few speakers were what I would consider "underdogs", because they didn't get the attention of any large crowd, but were fantastic. The talk on sketchtools and on Meme Mining for Fun/Profit were both excellent. There was a random presentation by the (a?) assistant director of the DoD, which talked a lot about the information grid the DoD is building, and how the DoD wanted to recruit skilled persons. Theres really too much to talk about in a small blurb here, but hopefully the article comes up soon.

get it while its hot - Lynn presentation (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 8 years ago | (#13219170)

Lynn Cisco presentation

http://www.jwdt.com/~paysan/lynn-cisco.pdf [jwdt.com]

I looked at (1)

WormholeFiend (674934) | more than 8 years ago | (#13219741)

the Wall of Sheep [makezine.com] and I immediately thought, 1-2-3-4-5? That's amazing! I have the same combination on my LUGGAGE!!

But (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 8 years ago | (#13220622)

did it end successfully?

Hacker Jeapordy (1)

Unixinvid (643778) | more than 8 years ago | (#13221025)

As usual Bobcat was funny with his drunken ranting on this years Hacker Jeapordy. Only 3 people vomited this year. I also got to see boobies

Re:Hacker Jeapordy (1)

th3space (531154) | more than 8 years ago | (#13225006)

So DefCon is an event of firsts in more ways than one? Good times!

Re:Hacker Jeapordy (1)

Bob Cat - NYMPHS (313647) | more than 8 years ago | (#13229172)

I was not drunk, just a little tipsy. I got boobies rubbed all over my head for my trouble.

You forgot to mention Team NYMPHS won. :)
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