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Old 08-28-2007, 09:42 AM   #11
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I did some stuff than got suspended, than 2 years later I basically ran the place. Even though im out of school, they still use me as a consultant.
Sweet ^_^. I wouldnt mind having a job like that. Does it get a bit repetative?
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Old 08-28-2007, 08:14 PM   #12
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i can get into the server at my school. cant delete stuff, but can copy and all of that, oh and i can print from my laptop. my friend got busted but i didnt. the wireless network doesnt connect/receive any packets any more and ethernet only lets me view the intranet and server, no internet

anyway they can monitor lots of stuff. they may even use something like remote desktop/vnc to watch you if they notice anything fishy
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i can get into the server at my school. cant delete stuff, but can copy and all of that, oh and i can print from my laptop. my friend got busted but i didnt. the wireless network doesnt connect/receive any packets any more and ethernet only lets me view the intranet and server, no internet

anyway they can monitor lots of stuff. they may even use something like remote desktop/vnc to watch you if they notice anything fishy
What exactly is on the server thats interesting?
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Old 08-30-2007, 02:58 PM   #14
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actually im lieing. i need to use my username and pass to logon to it and i can only read peoples files, not open or copy them, but i can copy random stuff off of there. i took a copy of server 03 that had on there
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actually im lieing. i need to use my username and pass to logon to it and i can only read peoples files, not open or copy them, but i can copy random stuff off of there. i took a copy of server 03 that had on there
If you can find a needle in a haystack, you can read many interesting files at my old school too.

I have a huge magnet, so I found tons of stuff. Their's an unprotected share in the middle of nowhere
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Old 08-30-2007, 04:56 PM   #16
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My school had nothing interesting on the network , we gained access to one of the shared staff folders once and there was just junk like attendance records and lesson plans , however i once read some of my for tutors emails but agian nothing interesting
They also let us have acces to some installation files for stuff like office and windows , but seeing as i already had all theese i wasnt too bothered
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