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Who knows, the possibly outcome can be better right? And lol BBC a UK crap that can't even detect timelap. And who knows about Gag gag. Keep follow karma's noobs. xD
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Heroes of Newerth master login server is down. They need some treatment. Also, DotA is better.
http://twitter.com/#!/LulzSec/status/81036958826102784
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According to their Twitter feed they are going to be hitting EVEOnline again tonight.
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Originally Posted by Zinxe View Post
What? My comment has nothing to do with Sony.

The airport security would be responsible, but they are not to blame. The blame goes on the terrorist. The security would be responsible because their job is to prevent it. That wasn't what I was trying to express though. I came into this thread late, so I missed half of what was going on. Though, it appeared you were justifying hackers and their malicious attacks because apparently the corporation deserves the trouble because their security can be breached. You also appear to believe the end user deserves the collateral damage because they trusted the corporation with their data.
So, like my scenario, I will apply what your logic appears to be expressing. What you appear to be stating is that if a terrorist bombed a plane, then the airline deserves the damage and losses, and the passengers deserve to die because they trusted the airline.
The companies here are responsible for the losses, but the way people in this thread are trying to justify the attacks is just stupid.


Edit: Now that I went back to reading, I judged your post based on someone's reply to you, which was their interpretation. So I interpreted an interpretation.

I'm not going to bother removing my posts, because there are still people on this forum who think these corporations deserve the attacks because apparently they are professional security experts and know what they are talking about.

And you can trash Sony all you want. Their laptops are crap and over priced, their ericsons are mediocre at best, their flat panels are over priced. I'm not a Sony fanboy, despite what you people may think.
Just a note on Sony products, yes their flat panels, computers are over priced. I had a Vaio years ago, the one thing you do get is excellent support. I had one the first Vaios with a DVD-R the drive burned out in a few months. Upon calling support I had a fedex box in 1 hour. the PC was sent overnight to San Diego, CA repaired and back by Noon the next day When the GPU crapped out on it, they did the same thing. They do use decent components in their systems too. On their phones they are getting better look at the xperia play. Can't say much else on the flat panels I buy Samsungs.
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It doesn't matter how many people they employ, their special tools, or how much money they have. It's not possible! Please, go ask one of these security companies you know so much about
Just answer me this question, and I will shut up. How is it that these "experts" can't find those hidden vulnerabilities, but yet the regular hacker that's hacking from his basement can?

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The company wouldn't care that you showed them a serious vulnerability? Of course they would. And if they didn't, your all powerful security companies would have no purpose.
I'm not talking about security firms which they hired, but the rogue hackers that address them.


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So you're saying every white hat hacker is secretly keeping sensitive data and using it in secret? LOLOLOL. That would mean every security company is doing just that. If Lulz were not malicious, they would have never downloaded the data from the root directory in the first place. Seriously dude, you're digging yourself a bottomless pit of misunderstanding and ignorance at this point.
I'm trying not to resort to personal insult but you are making it really hard seeing as you are freely using them, in quite the hypocritical manner.
Where did I say that white hats secretly store info? I'm saying that black hats would not have declared what they hacked, and used it in secret. Thus, lulz are not black hats, but rather grey hats.
Thus you see, the misunderstanding and ignorance are stemming entirely from your behalf.
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Just answer me this question, and I will shut up. How is it that these "experts" can't find those hidden vulnerabilities, but yet the regular hacker that's hacking from his basement can?
That's like saying you can create perfect code, there are always going to be vulnerabilities and multitudes of ways to exploit them, there is no possible way to cover them all.
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I would enjoy seeing them try to take on World of Warcraft servers..those are pretty beefy compared to the kids stuff they are dealing with now
In other news, suicide rates have quadrupled in the past few hours.
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That's like saying you can create perfect code, there are always going to be vulnerabilities and multitudes of ways to exploit them, there is no possible way to cover them all.
Again I ask, if it's so difficult, how can the hackers who exploit them find them, yet the people in charge can't?
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Again I ask, how can the hackers who exploit them?
It's like saying a single person or group can come up with everyone form of art there will ever be, a little creativity and you can find something there is no possible way for them to think of.
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It's like saying a single person or group can come up with everyone form of art there will ever be, a little creativity and you can find something there is no possible way for them to think of.
Then these people are in the wrong field.
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