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About Blackwar

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  • Birthday 07/28/1987

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  1. lol nice to see ya too pia hope to see more of u all laters
  2. hehe cool havent seen that one before looks like c/c++ to me bw
  3. if u can afford it, i saw a decent D-link router/firewall at bestbuy the other day.. for a measly ~$45. if you have extremely sensitive data carried on your PC, i would even suggest putting aside a seperate computer and hooking it up as the main computer on the router network and you accessing the net from behind that computer. The reason is well in short terms, the router acts as a dhcp server(a common standard in isp's which assign an ip to clients from a "random" pool) which gives you an "internal" ip which is NOT accessible from the outside (the net in this case) which makes it so if peopl
  4. hmm.. shifty test it doesn't cover all of the security braches so i wouldn't count myself completely "secure" just because I passed the test with all stealth.. if you want to be avoid getting "hacked" i would suggest just being cautious in general and watch for anything suspicious going on later then bw
  5. hehe yea not to go off topic but thanks
  6. ahh.. yea been a long time oh well till next month w00t
  7. here's my part in all this http://she.was.nailed.org/may.png bw
  8. im still looking @ the pic trying to figure it out
  9. try this: -[you can see what shares are available by typing "net share"]- - replace with your ip adminpass - replace with your admin pass /user:Administrator - after the : replace with your Admin username. make sure ipc$ is shared on the comp you're trying to connect to (if not type "net share ipc$") 1. net use \\\ipc$ "adminpass" /user:Administrator then once it says 'command completed..." make sure c$ is shared and points to C:\ on the comp u are trying to connect to (if its not, then type "net share c$=C:\ /unlimited") 2. and go to start > run > type in "\\\c$" a
  10. name warmonkey age 19 occupation f*ck all likes irc, doing nothing, metal hates people
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