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Originally Posted by __Pat__ View Post
Money (read:greed)



False analogy is false. You're comparing apples and oranges. A properly secured site cannot be penetrated, unlike the "padlock" which is a physical destroyable thing. Proof? How many government hackers are trying to hack into lulz site and server? Any luck so far? None.

Also, even if you were to use the analogy, the current security of most companies would be analogous to leaving your things out on the street and then complaining they got taken. Not even close to leaving the door open, let alone padlocking. A bloody SQL injection? I could teach a 10 year old to do that lame thing. In fact I have taught my 12 year old nephew to do it (granted he doesn't understand the concepts behind it)

And please, do try and actually argue the points I make instead of only replying with "fancy" words like "convoluted" in order to avoid having to make a decent counter-argument.
I don't know if I would go as far as saying a properly secured site cannot be penetrated. Anything is possible, there is no fail proof system.
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I knew it was only a matter of time before EVE was hit.

But why hit Minecraft? I mean, who has anything against peaceful pristine Minecraft (except Valve, of course).

I guess there's just no rhyme or reason when it's "for teh lulz."
    
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post #373 of 708
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Hmm, They have something against gaming or so, 9/10 of there attacks take down game sites yet the sites just say "hai we been haxed but its all gd nao carry on" and do nothing to enhance security
Yeah, they're just kids that want to show off their m4d hax1ng skillz
     
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post #374 of 708
There is no such as thing a security and never will be something is breakable digitally of physically at any time one way or another

lulz hacked a site they like XD
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I wonder if they are going to attempt a hack on steam
That's going to SUCK big time.

I hope Steam/Valve will be prepared for it.
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That's going to SUCK big time.

I hope Steam/Valve will be prepared for it.
I hope they don't do the Sony mistake by not encrypting our details.
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I wonder how they decide on what place to hack? Randomizer?

It would be "funny" if they presented a poll for the public to vote on which sites to hack.
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post #378 of 708
My opinion: drag em into the street and shoot em in the head. I really wouldn't have an issue with what they've done as far as accessing these sites, but posting personal information of consumers is not "lulzy," it's stupid, selfish, and destructive. The amount of hoops someone has to jump through once they're identity has been stolen is insane, not to mention the 10's of thousands of dollars it costs to get it rectified.
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A properly secured site cannot be penetrated,
Absolutely 100% false. You are wayyyyy off base and talking about things you obviously have some idea of, but do not fully understand. If man built it, man can tear it to the ground in a pile of smoldering code. No site is completely secure. No server is completely secure. Little kid exploits are only one small part and that is the part you seem to have a semi grasp on. Just because the government hasnt hit back at their site doesnt mean ANYTHING. The government would not just hack them anyways. Either way, no site or server is 100% secure ever.
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I wonder how they decide on what place to hack? Randomizer?

It would be "funny" if they presented a poll for the public to vote on which sites to hack.
According to Twitter, they were taking requests by phone on who to attack today. That's why today's attacks seemed so random.

On another note, in the EVE world, a disgruntled Alliance has claimed responsibility for calling in the attack on EVE. Now, pretty much every alliance out there is going to declare war on them as soon as the game comes back online. I may just have to join one and help hunt these guys down
    
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