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LOL I love that movie!  Only have it on a old VCR tape though, but I do still have one TV that can play it.

Time Warner/Charter lets me stream it on demand from their app/site. Just watched it last weekend lol.
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John Spartan, you are fined one credit for a violation of the Verbal Morality Statute.
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LOL I love that movie!  Only have it on a old VCR tape though, but I do still have one TV that can play it.

Fun Fact: I have the international version on Blu-Ray. As it turns out, Pizza Hut was the last to survive the franchise war, as opposed to Taco Bell. I couldn't believe it when I was watching it and had to confirm I wasn't crazy that it was Taco Bell when I first saw it back in the day.

Turns out, for the international release, they edited it because Taco Bell is not really known outside of the US, as such, Pizza Hut became the fine dining experience for John Spartan!
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bought the DVD version off of amazon like over a year ago....one of my favorite movies....a whole generation of pacifists and they send a violent maniac into the midst of those sheep....not too far from what we see today...lol
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Fun Fact: I have the international version on Blu-Ray. As it turns out, Pizza Hut was the last to survive the franchise war, as opposed to Taco Bell. I couldn't believe it when I was watching it and had to confirm I wasn't crazy that it was Taco Bell when I first saw it back in the day.

Turns out, for the international release, they edited it because Taco Bell is not really known outside of the US, as such, Pizza Hut became the fine dining experience for John Spartan!

So what did they do? CGI all the Taco Bell stuff into Pizza Hut?
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-Builds a well hidden PC
-Doesn't attempt to mask network traffic

Amateur hour. But then again, perhaps this is why they're in prison to begin with?

Masking network traffic has nothing to do with it. It sounds like to access the internet at this facility at all, you need credentials. Even if they masked the traffic they would still reach the bandwidth quotas.

What makes them amateurs is using a ton of bandwidth & not expecting to throw an alert in the system. Most importantly, using an ex-employee's credentials. They should have stopped accessing the network until they had new credentials.

It's hard to expect more in the situation they had. You could argue they could have used their time more wisely & researched ways to exploit the network depending on it's infrastructure. But I imagine they had very small windows of opportunity to figure out how to do any of that. I still find it pretty impressive they pulled this off, but also sad they didn't apply the same amount of effort into doing the right thing with their lives before getting locked up. I hope they take a positive lesson from this.
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Masking network traffic has nothing to do with it. It sounds like to access the internet at this facility at all, you need credentials. Even if they masked the traffic they would still reach the bandwidth quotas.

What makes them amateurs is using a ton of bandwidth & not expecting to throw an alert in the system. Most importantly, using an ex-employee's credentials. They should have stopped accessing the network until they had new credentials.

It's hard to expect more in the situation they had. You could argue they could have used their time more wisely & researched ways to exploit the network depending on it's infrastructure. But I imagine they had very small windows of opportunity to figure out how to do any of that. I still find it pretty impressive they pulled this off, but also sad they didn't apply the same amount of effort into doing the right thing with their lives before getting locked up. I hope they take a positive lesson from this.

this^^^

"amateur hour" come on dude, they are in prison working in secret, they don't have all the resources to make everything perfect.
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