Monday, January 29, 2001
Irdial lists look weird when they aren't in fixed width type...more fool me for using Outlook Express I guess.
Posted by captain davros at 1/29/2001 07:08:00 pm
Wednesday, January 24, 2001
The Conet Project We just had a long and interesting conversation via email about the copyright issues associated with The Conet Project. Did you know that T.C.P. has "Don't Cry For Me Argentina" on it? On of the spy agencies probably thought that it was funny to use the song as an station identifier. We are not amused! At least five people have sampled T.C.P., promised to send us copies of the recordings and then failed to do so. One of these was a well respected Austrian electronic music composer, and one of the labels was releasing a compilation of covers of songs by The Smiths. We have a list of names and addresses. They WILL pay!
"The battle over music piracy is like the war on drugs: You can't win it, but you can fight it forever, and spend millions on the battle." "Warez is the cocaine of the computer industry" Taken from : Words from wise men Vol. 1 published by Pi34 on BLOGDIAL 2k1
Why Pentaguard hacks government websites: Well, well.... another .gov defacement... it's not the first it's not the last and I love doing it... Why ? Well I think hacking .gov, .mil and .edu servers is the most ethical way of hacking... and I say this for several reasons: 1/ The government is something bad... everything you do against it is good ! Every .gov is EVIL!!! 2/ If you hack a private company and deface it's web page that company will loose clients & money... the .gov has no clients that would pay to see some stupid webpage. Actually the government's clients are the taxpayers... but I don't think they care about .gov pages... Let's be serious, how many times did you visited a .gov site ? I mean for curiosity.. not to hack it or to see someone's hack... 3/ No one needs .gov pages... except the government of course.. but as I said they are BAD! 4/ By definition a .gov, .mil or .edu server _should_ be secure.... courtesy of attrition.org...gotta love 'em!
Tuesday, January 23, 2001
Friday, January 12, 2001
Do you want to know what IT is? The Matrix is everywhere. It is all around us, even now in this very room. You can see it when you look out your window or when you turn on your television. You can feel it when you go to work, when you go to church, when you pay your taxes. It is the world that has been pulled over your eyes to blind you from the truth. The Truth that we are all slaves.