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23haxor23
02 July 2006 @ 02:58 pm
I've found another gun test on OKCupid


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23haxor23
23 June 2006 @ 11:09 am
I couldn't resist to take this test
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23haxor23
21 June 2006 @ 10:03 pm
I took another OK-Cupid test.

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23haxor23
20 June 2006 @ 05:43 pm
Because I haven't posted in a long time.

Very impressive
You scored 100!
You seem to be extremely skilled at recognising guns. Some of them had their names written on them, as you probably noticed, and some are iconic. But to get this score you need to have a decent knowledge in order to get the harder ones, so well done.

I'm guessing you're either an enthusiast or you're in the millitary, or both.

Or you're a good guesser.

Or you cheated.

Anyway, well done!

If you thought this test was cool rate it highly for me please. :)

Also, since you know your stuff, feel free to write me a message telling me how I can improve this test. Thanks. (I say this to everyone scoring over 40% but you guys scoring over 90% are the ones who would probably really help with your suggestions.)




My test tracked 1 variable How you compared to other people your age and gender:
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You scored higher than 99% on Knowledge
Link: The Guns Test written by rickenbackergrl on OkCupid Free Online Dating, home of the 32-Type Dating Test
 
 
23haxor23
In the 1980's the first computer viruses and worms have been written.
The morris worm, which was launched on November 2 1988, was one of the most famous.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morris_worm

At this time some programmers just played around with computers and those first worms where more the result of intellectual curiousness than bad will.

Today students play around with Genetic synthesizers some universities create viruses for scientific purposes.

A research center in Australia even created a killer virus that just infects rodents.
http://www.wired.com/news/technology/0,1282,41251,00.html
Creating a killer virus was even not intended by them.
The papers of the Australian scientists are quite interesting because they are almost a howto for making a killer virus.

And genetic synthesizers are available for around 8000 $ good ones for around 40000 $.



There is quite some danger that someone puts a reproduction sequence into a virus that is capable of infecting human cells ......

I guess i don't have to explain to what that could lead ....

The danger is not huge but there. Sects, end time cults, or terrorists could easily use that technology, too.

At the moment it may be difficult for those organizations to get their hands on the knowledge but in the future it will become quite easy.
With the right equipment it is just take the genome of a virus combine it with new genes synthesize the new genome put it into a vector infect some human cells and have billions of viruses in one hour.

Some US politicians even think about making a law that forces everyone to registrate their synthesizers. What do you think about it?
 
 
 
23haxor23
29 April 2006 @ 04:22 pm
This product is a must for privacy fetishists, pranksters and stalkers.

With this Prepaid calling card one can:

  • Change one's caller ID (Caller ID Spoofing)

  • Change one's Voice (Voice Changer)

  • Record one's calls (Call Recording)


And yes caller id spoofing means you can choose your caller ID you can for example call your boss with the caller ID of his boss and tell him that he is fired.
Although one should probably think about weather this priceless joke is worth being jobless.


For more information look at: http://spoofcard.com/
 
 
 
23haxor23
22 April 2006 @ 11:10 am

A little joke because I haven't posted during the last week.

Disclaimer: The following joke is not meant discriminating in any way. No one has a displacement of 19,000 tons. If you get offended by childish humor don't read the joke.

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23haxor23
10 April 2006 @ 02:16 pm
Privacy is very important nowadays and I have been looking for an anonymous way of paying on the Internet for quite a long time. Prepaid micro payment systems are nice although they have one problem: They are not accepted widely. But i have found the solution for my problem a prepaid credit card.

You can buy them in drugstores and gas stations after one has activated those cards via their website one can use them like a master card and when you have spent all the money you throw them away. Nice isn't it. The company who offers this cards is contactable via their website: https://www.websecretcard.com/
 
 
23haxor23
06 April 2006 @ 09:01 am
A friend of mine has sent me a link to a very very funny video and I share it with you.

French maids explain how to create video pod casts.


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http://youtube.com/watch?v=5pglgma14rQ

P.S.: There are other howtos by french maids available at FrenchMaidTV.com
 
 
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