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Hacker Verses Moderator


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http://www.theinquir...x?article=22838

READ THIS IT REMINDS US WHY THEY ARE THERE

MODERATORS

http://www.theinquir...x?article=22838
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:whistling: :blink: :help: :) WELL I FOR ONE CERTAINLY THINK THE MODERATOR WAS FROM GEEKS TO GO

BUT I APPLAUD ALL MODERATORS FROM ALL FORUMS :woot: :woot: :woot: :yes:


YOU MODERATORS ARE MORE DEADLIER THAN HACKERS SINCE YOU DO THAT TO A HACKER

what did the moderator say when the hijacker bump in to him

sorry you but thats my firewall

Edited by rushin1nd, 14 September 2006 - 01:12 AM.

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SRX660

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I've seen this story the last couple of years around the net. The only thing that bugs me about it is that a real hacker would automatically know that 127.0.0.1 is your own computer( which is what some of the people reporting the story say). To me there is a difference between a hacker and a cracker. Hackers do things with computers for the knowledge while crackers are usually out to get something out of it. I do know hackers that can do things with a computer that i could'nt believe it could be done except they were doing it in front of me. It taught me to be a bit humble about my knowledge of computers.

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dsenette

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this is the second link i've seen to "the inquirer"...i may be wrong but the inquirer i know of is a tabloid that never prints anything legitimate...is this a different magazine?

besides the fact that if it were a true hacker/cracker...he wouldn't have ASKED for an ip address...he would have already had an ip address (especially on IRC)...but...that ip wouldn't have been usefull at all as that would be a public...not private...a true hacker could do something with this...but still...the story is bunk
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ok the story maybe bunk.....HOWEVER...it does show a good point

a dummy..(HACKER) bumps into a firewall(MODERATOR) hes insulted(HACKER)
i want your address he threatens...........did they know each other or was it a random pick

the interesting part is even in the technology and cyber world with all the chaos going on in the real wolrd the good guys are still winning

no insult to geeks female moderators

What do you all a female moderator who eats bananas

MODANNA ...........jokes
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