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  1. #1
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    * Lame AIM hackers - how they make my days good.

    Today a guy messaged me on AIM. He pretended to know me and said my name sounded familiar.

    We got to talking and he's like you can see my picture if you want to see me (in case I knew him) - so we Direct connect and he uploads a .com file and says "just run it". I'm like oh ok I'll download it in one sec. So I open up cmd and type in netstat to see what his IP is.

    Then I tell him. "Thanks for your ip with direct connect " (not that I could do much with his ip but still it was fun)

    He yelled and then signed off (blocked me). hahaha...

    Then I signed in to another and started to spam him with a bunch of random messages. but got blocked again. It made my day happy though.
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    lol some guy sent me a picture with .exe :-\ when i asked why a picture is in .exe he said "i saved it with paint" im like "so?" he goes 'i did it on my old computer"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lord
    lol some guy sent me a picture with .exe :-\ when i asked why a picture is in .exe he said "i saved it with paint" im like "so?" he goes 'i did it on my old computer"
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    Hahahaha they just dont try anymore....

    BTW he messaged me again and said F*** YOU. So I assume he reads WHT. (maybe - if you are hey buddy!!! )

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    Ha. That's pretty amusing - you would've thought they'd come up with a slightly more plausable cause.

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    Heh, some story you got there
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    I love messing with these people. I ran it, I can't see ur pic? wtf?? My screen is going black, OMG, OMG, OMG, then sign off.
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    Haha nice one! Always nice to see people get a taste of their own medicine

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    Bummer... he's not online.

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    man people are trying to ruin the hacker name, low-life crackers spend there teen days doing this kinda stuff (when will they learn) i'm pretty sure you wouldnt find a real hacker playing about on aim trying to send a virus to someone.

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    well AFAIK a hacker is mostly someone who is experted in the computer area, whether or not they use it for good or not, and so its just gone from a general consensus that "hacker" is now used in a negative sense
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    They dont even deserve the title hacker, as they arent computer experts, they just know the very basics of how to use a trojan, sure some of the kiddies know a few things but I wouldent go as far as calling them "hackers" [Although, its becoming more and more general]

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    I love thoes random spam messages i get around 4 am or so from long complicated screen names saying something to the extent of "live cams, click whatever.com/whatever.exe" to see it now live online!"
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    Some people sends me dos programs saying there pictures comes up as a virus

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    Thats why my AIM says "PM me here and ask" .

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