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Chris M
06 Sep 2002, 16:38
I would like to openly apologise to anyone who may have spoken to "me" during this week...

According to Rose, somebody had hacked into my MSN account, and abused her on it, under the pretense of my name...

I would now like to state that I have apologised to Rose for any action that the Hacker done, and would now like to apologise to anyone affected by this...

Please can everyone accept my apology, and note that it was not me...

I will be signing up for a new .NET passport, and changing my MSN Contact details...Anyone who wishes to contact me still, can via the MSN Name I will post later:)

Thanks...

Satan

Rose
06 Sep 2002, 16:45
*heh* No offense taken, HellSatan. I knew it wasn't you in a heartbeat. :D I just hope the creep gets caught. His jollies aren't very ... jolly. ;)

Anyway, I hope no one gets mad at "you" since it wasn't you!!

And on a side note, my msn crashed...so see ya when I can get back on. :s

Chris M
06 Sep 2002, 16:53
Okies Rose:)

Hope you recover from the "trauma";)

By that, I mean talking to me;):D

Satan

Dean C
06 Sep 2002, 19:06
its impossible to hack an msn account... unless u made stupid secret question???

- Mist

DeadMan384AD
06 Sep 2002, 21:49
No its not, I've heard an MSN account is quite easily broken into...

I have no idea if the person who told me this knew what he/she was talking about, but...

NTLDR
06 Sep 2002, 21:53
All you need is a brute force password cracker and leave it running...

Chris M
06 Sep 2002, 22:13
My Secret Answer only I or anyone in my close Family would know, and even my Mum & Dad wouldnt know which pet animal or creature I would be talking about;)

And yes it is possible to crack MSN...Apparently it is comparitively easy, or so I hear:)

Satan

wot-Mike
07 Sep 2002, 16:24
Hehe, even I don't know my Secret Answer :rolleyes:

Chris M
07 Sep 2002, 17:09
Lol...

I really only use my Hotmail account for the use of MSN, so its not the End of the day...

Satan

NTLDR
07 Sep 2002, 18:02
Originally posted by hellsatan
wouldnt know which pet animal or creature I would be talking about;)

So what pet would that be then :cheeky: ;)

Chris M
07 Sep 2002, 19:47
Well...

That question really has 2 answers...

The first takes me back to 1943...The Germans had just lost the battle at the front-line between the French Rebels and English Forces, and Hitler had just come out of the Closet...The German Nazis began to wear pink lederhosen into battle, and ... ... ... and that is everything that has happened right up until now...;):p:D

Satan

Rose
07 Sep 2002, 23:10
Originally posted by hellsatan
Well...

That question really has 2 answers...

The first takes me back to 1943...The Germans had just lost the battle at the front-line between the French Rebels and English Forces, and Hitler had just come out of the Closet...The German Nazis began to wear pink lederhosen into battle, and ... ... ... and that is everything that has happened right up until now...;):p:D

Satan


/me takes notes and prepares to overtake Hellsatan's msn.......

Chris M
08 Sep 2002, 11:15
Lol...

Satan

Chris M
08 Sep 2002, 15:11
Alright everyone!:)

Here is my new MSN Contact address :

darkblazes_cm@hotmail.com

Satan

FleaBag
09 Sep 2002, 00:07
As far as hacking MSN is concerned, it's relatively difficult. You have all the very latest Microsoft security initives running against any effort you make [The *nix users among you are probably chuckling right now]. Hacking an MSN account would also necessitate a direct assault on Microsoft servers - you don't do this unless you seriously know what you're doing, unless you want a visit from the FBI and a relatively long stay in prison. Secret questions and password cracking are relatively easy if a) you're a good sweet talker or b) you know the person pretty well. Social engineering is very easy to do, as nobody [unless you're generally a very paranoid person] expects people they meet online to be people they already know under a guise attempting to do your online identity harm. The moral of the story is choose password questions that ONLY you would know. Not something like "What's my dog's name?", because it only takes a 20 minute conversation with Juliet from France who's a pet lover to ask if you own any cats or dogs. ;)

Diva
22 Sep 2002, 23:17
I saw this and had to respond. Someone told me that if you have active cookies in the computer that another person can copy/paste that cookie and gain access.

TECK
22 Sep 2002, 23:26
Originally posted by NTLDR
All you need is a brute force password cracker and leave it running... or the right line of url... with a nice cookiegen.
btw it's fixed the leak now.. no more probs on msn.

assassingod
23 Sep 2002, 19:51
Sorry to hear that your account was cracked hellsatan.

Cracking into MSN is easssy stuff;) I have loads of ways

Diva
24 Sep 2002, 13:42
Originally posted by assassingod
Sorry to hear that your account was cracked hellsatan.

Cracking into MSN is easssy stuff;) I have loads of ways

*Quickly clicks on profile and changes info* Oh really?

Chris M
24 Sep 2002, 15:35
To be honest, Im not particularly bothered about it myself...

I just don't want other people being offended by someone pretending to be me...

Satan

assassingod
24 Sep 2002, 19:09
Originally posted by Diva


*Quickly clicks on profile and changes info* Oh really?

lol:p, I dont crack people for no reason lol;)