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Re: #coffeesh0p

Hopefully we can get an OP in there soon to enforce the troll-free zone. I don't like to miss an opportunity for a social experiment on irc. If it turns out to be needed then I'll register or let someone else register and set some ops. But in my opinion, some of the best channels don't even need op...
by weekend hacker
on Thu Feb 07, 2013 10:33 am
 
Global announcement: #coffeesh0p
Comments: 69
Views: 5051442

Re: #coffeesh0p

and most importantly, n00b safe! hehe, its funny because its not. Its just that the trolls haven't found it yet. But there are no ops or anything to keep it noob friendly in case of emergency. History lesson: #coffeesh0p was the former channel of http://www.coffeesh0p.com a site created by a member...
by weekend hacker
on Wed Feb 06, 2013 5:46 pm
 
Global announcement: #coffeesh0p
Comments: 69
Views: 5051442

Re: IRC 1

As the creator of these missions: I have no idea what ybbot is.


Just sayin.
by weekend hacker
on Wed Feb 06, 2013 3:43 pm
 
Forum: IRC Missions
Topic: IRC 1
Comments: 45
Views: 124134

Re: Broswers anyone? (2013)

firefox and iceweasel.
Naturally with noscript and adblock plus.

I'm actually considering switching to chrome due to updates and because it actually works properly with mega.co.nz
by weekend hacker
on Mon Feb 04, 2013 5:20 pm
 
Forum: Web
Topic: Broswers anyone? (2013)
Comments: 13
Views: 16158

Re: Good ole OS Poll (2013)

Flavours of debian.
by weekend hacker
on Mon Feb 04, 2013 5:14 pm
 
Forum: Operating Systems
Topic: Good ole OS Poll (2013)
Comments: 16
Views: 31454

Re: learning to irc

what do you mean when you say a "real" irc client as opposed to the one on the site? Well, most people (read, everyone who is on their own computer) uses an actual irc client and not some webinterface. Pretty much all web irc clients are just a frontend and the actual irc part happens on ...
by weekend hacker
on Mon Feb 04, 2013 5:08 pm
 
Forum: IRC
Topic: learning to irc
Comments: 5
Views: 13254

Re: Recording website activity

Another efficient way to monitor workers is also intercept all https. So its you->secure->proxy and then proxy->secure->website. The downside is of course that the connection will be signed with an invalid certificate. But the sys admin could add that cert to your browser so you wouldn't...
by weekend hacker
on Sat Feb 02, 2013 11:11 am
 
Forum: NZone
Topic: Recording website activity
Comments: 4
Views: 3834

Re: I just got Windows 8. Be jelly. Be very jelly.

Why are people ridiculing windows 8? Because they've never used it and they don't like the idea of liking something new and sleek looking. I uninstalled it the other day. Its fast I'll give you that but I don't really like the interface. Where you see sleek I see shit, and to add to the insult its ...
by weekend hacker
on Fri Feb 01, 2013 11:45 pm
 
Forum: Microsoft Windows
Topic: I just got Windows 8. Be jelly. Be very jelly.
Comments: 25
Views: 50652

Re: learning to irc

I can teach you. But please note that irc is an addictive protocol, much more so then random forums are. I'd basically be teaching you how to place a tourniquet, find a vain, and shoot up. Continue at your own risk. Besides the friendly warning, there are some things you should probably read: https:...
by weekend hacker
on Fri Feb 01, 2013 11:18 pm
 
Forum: IRC
Topic: learning to irc
Comments: 5
Views: 13254

Re: HELP urgently needed

There are several sites dedicated to fighting scam artists. What you can do to prevent this from happening in the future is going to one of those sites and giving your story. Google "name of website scam" and you'll probably find results. Coincidentally, this is also exactly how you could ...
by weekend hacker
on Fri Feb 01, 2013 10:13 pm
 
Forum: Off-Topic
Topic: HELP urgently needed
Comments: 17
Views: 16410
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