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  dinsdag 20 mei 2014 @ 13:57:57 #76
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Foewaka, alles blacka?
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1s.gif Op maandag 7 oktober 2013 19:15 schreef Scorpie het volgende:

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Acid Burns heb ik nog bij in het team gezeten, Outlawz FxP
Hey oud team genoot >:)

Ik zat vroeger ook op SnT, life-fxp en nog een hoop boards :P

De beste imo was BiA ( Brothers in Arms )

In het begin ben ik begonnen bij BeWareZZzZ :D
Hallon
  dinsdag 20 mei 2014 @ 14:05:02 #77
84244 Scorpie
Abject en infaam!
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15s.gif Op dinsdag 20 mei 2014 13:57 schreef Printerkabel het volgende:

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Hey oud team genoot >:)

Ik zat vroeger ook op SnT, life-fxp en nog een hoop boards :P

De beste imo was BiA ( Brothers in Arms )

In het begin ben ik begonnen bij BeWareZZzZ :D
_O-
Op dinsdag 13 augustus schreef Xa1pt:
Neuh, fraude mag best aangepakt worden. Maar dat het de maatschappij meer oplevert of beter is voor de samenleving, is nog maar de vraag.
Op donderdag 25 juni 2015 schreef KoosVogels:
Klopt. Ik ben een racist.
  dinsdag 20 mei 2014 @ 14:11:36 #78
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7s.gif Op dinsdag 20 mei 2014 14:05 schreef Scorpie het volgende:

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Goede oude tijd.
Hallon
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Grappig om terug te lezen. Vraag me af over ergens nog een documentaire over gemaakt is, lijkt me leuk om oude dingen weer tegen te komen.

Ik had als 13 jarig jochie access tot topsites doordat ik bij verschillende releasegroups zat en had 0-day exploits gevonden in die tijd waardoor ik makkelijk allerlei universiteiten kon hacken. iis exploit kan ik me ook nog herinneren

mooie tijd :)
  zondag 31 mei 2015 @ 10:12:06 #80
96831 Thornado
On A Dutch Mountain
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Ah...Delusional FXP en Liquid FXP...dat waren mooie tijden.

Als ik er aan terugdenk was het een prima tijd, ik maakte vooral sigs en kletste een eind weg op IRC en op de boards. Ik vond eigenlijk vooral het sociale deel erg leuk. :D

Een paar jaar nadat ik ermee stopte, kwam ik in de kroeg plots iemand tegen waarvoor ik een sig gemaakt had, bizar! :D
Ook stapte ik in mijn werkpauze een keer een restaurant binnen waarvan ik wist dat een member daar in de keuken werkte. ff een drankje gedaan en dan weer op pad. :)
  zondag 31 mei 2015 @ 12:05:08 #81
289177 Iwanius
Gedachten zijn net als Wolken
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0s.gif Op zondag 24 juni 2012 17:13 schreef DJSmiley het volgende:
long-time-ago idd.

Ik had een paar bakken op een uni in Duitsland toen. Via een IIS exploit kon je TFTP-en, serv-u erop knallen en gaan. 1 heeft zo'n 1,5mnd ongeveer 8-9Mb/sec staan doen voordat ze 'm afsloten ;)

En natuurlijk de reguliere pubstros..

en posten op dff/insanity

Kijk,deze kerel weet... :s)
Hij die geld verliest, verliest veel. Hij die een vriend verliest, verliest veel meer. Hij die het vertrouwen verliest, verliest alles
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Ik kwam dit pareltje tegen. Die goede ouwe tijd.... Een hoop gelachen. Had ooit ergens een remote desktop app op een uni campus in de vs draaien. Zat iemand porno te kijken. Ik berichtje sturen van kan niet tegen de huisregels enzo. Hij sloot gelijk ze porno af :p
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Leuk topic, brengt weer herinneringen naar boven. Zal rond 2001-2003 geweest zijn dus inmiddels verjaard (was toen zelf ook pas 14) ;)

In die tijd ook veel boards gezien o.a. Orange, Liquid, en nog een waar ik de naam van ben vergeten, ene Sjaakhans was daar admin, daar keek ik toen wel tegen op met zijn kwaliteiten. Op een gegeven moment was ik daar de eerste die toegang kreeg tot rainbow tables dus werd aanspreekpunt om die hashes te kraken. Hele netwerken werden in een paar uur omgetoverd tot pubs

Ook gewoon vanaf mijn eigen thuisbak uni ranges scannen op exploits :s), ik weet nog steeds mijn IP adres van toen uit m'n hoofd. Na de 2e waarschuwing van Wanadoo wat 10 mbit bakkies geleend en met .bat bestandjes gaan spelen, einde van de dag kon ik de resultaten in .txt weer downloaden.

Deze tijd viel voor mij samen met de goeie tijd van FTD, daar ook een hoop als eerste gepost, stond toen ergens in de top10 met mijn kudos :7
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Wat is in godsnaam FXP? Enigste wat ik kan vinden is File eXange Protocol maar dat lijkt mij hier niet aan de orde. Het lijkt mij echter wel erg interessant. Iemand uitleg??
Beunhaas in hart en nieren
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0s.gif Op maandag 26 oktober 2015 14:11 schreef PascalDutch het volgende:
Wat is in godsnaam FXP? Enigste wat ik kan vinden is File eXange Protocol maar dat lijkt mij hier niet aan de orde. Het lijkt mij echter wel erg interessant. Iemand uitleg??
Weet niet in hoeverre die scene nog leeft, maar vroeger werd het als een distributienetwerk gebruikt voor de laatste warez. Via topsites brachten releasegroepen als Fairlight, Deviance etc. hun spul uit en van daaruit werd het via FXP over de scene verspreid.
FXP is in principe overbrengen van data van Server A naar Server B waarbij de client alleen opdracht geeft. FTP is het overbrengen van server naar client en vice versa.
  woensdag 28 oktober 2015 @ 10:53:41 #86
8130 raptorix
THAI CHARACTER MAITAIKHU
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Ik heb een tijdje gedistribueerd voor Radium, vooral bekend van Audio Software. Is al weer jaartje of 14 terug volgens mij.
  woensdag 28 oktober 2015 @ 10:55:05 #87
8130 raptorix
THAI CHARACTER MAITAIKHU
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0s.gif Op maandag 26 oktober 2015 14:41 schreef Teeno het volgende:

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Weet niet in hoeverre die scene nog leeft, maar vroeger werd het als een distributienetwerk gebruikt voor de laatste warez. Via topsites brachten releasegroepen als Fairlight, Deviance etc. hun spul uit en van daaruit werd het via FXP over de scene verspreid.
FXP is in principe overbrengen van data van Server A naar Server B waarbij de client alleen opdracht geeft. FTP is het overbrengen van server naar client en vice versa.
Dit dus, de groups pompen hun warez op een distriserver die bij voorkeur op een enorm snelle pijp zit, deze server distribueert vervolgens de warez naar servers die bijvoorbeeld wel een hoge download snelheid hebben, maar geen hoge upload.
  woensdag 28 oktober 2015 @ 10:56:33 #88
8130 raptorix
THAI CHARACTER MAITAIKHU
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0s.gif Op dinsdag 14 oktober 2014 23:15 schreef Michaelvanb het volgende:
Grappig om terug te lezen. Vraag me af over ergens nog een documentaire over gemaakt is, lijkt me leuk om oude dingen weer tegen te komen.

Ik had als 13 jarig jochie access tot topsites doordat ik bij verschillende releasegroups zat en had 0-day exploits gevonden in die tijd waardoor ik makkelijk allerlei universiteiten kon hacken. iis exploit kan ik me ook nog herinneren

mooie tijd :)
Ik gebruikte met name SQL Servers, die met een default password stonden ingesteld, zelf een stored procedure geschreven waarmee ik via admin rechten een FTP server downloade en op de server activeerde, op die manier ook heel veel gameservers opgezet :D
  woensdag 28 oktober 2015 @ 10:57:27 #89
8130 raptorix
THAI CHARACTER MAITAIKHU
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1s.gif Op maandag 17 maart 2014 01:14 schreef Ace1 het volgende:

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Ja die shit met de RUG?
Rug had zo een mooie public folder waar iedereen s'avonds zijn shit in gooide, in de morgen werd dat weer leeg gemaakt, volgens mij vonden die beheerders het ook wel prima :)
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Ik moet nog wel eens aan hem denken. Ik zat trouwens in het team smmkd (rv)
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Hij is wel goedkoop geworden :p
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0s.gif Op vrijdag 15 juni 2012 23:39 schreef waspoedertje het volgende:

Kan me nog herinneren dat toen al die topsite's busted waren op ut twente enzo
:D

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Rebuttal to Site Circulating About Me
First, that site is based on Google searches and archive.org searches.
A lot of people have tried to discredit my involvement in the scene.
I use to be part of Release on Rampage, then I moved on to Reflux
with tklp. I supplied a few games, wrote for RCN, then went on to
other groups. Was a site coordinator for Motiv8, ran RavenSoft
(released 0day utils), and couriered for groups such as SWaT and
Addiction. Then I moved into the mp3 scene under the first mp3 group,
CDA. Yeah, those were the days of command-line ripping. I still
liked writing, so I started up Scene Review, and it was widely read.
It had its followers and its haters, much like any publication out
right now. It closed because a tv station narc'd on the site on the
air. Anyways, I programmed a few linux tools here and there, publicized
the glftpd fix so no more warez sites got 0wn3d. Started Win32 programming
and made my first program -- MyAdvantage. That landed me a job with
AllAdvantage. Did some work for them until their death. While that was
happening, I made an installer for Razor (used in the release Driver),
made an intro for the game Falcon 4 (released by Paradigm) and such. While
I was in Razor, I pushed out a few Unreal Tournament patches (nothing else
was due out that week). Then I was in Divine for awhile, and was helping
to do some releases while waiting on this guy from Ubisoft to get me
Rayman 2. Security tightened and the guy almost got caught getting a copy so
he said he couldn't do it. Anyways, after Divine, I went into the Dreamcast
scene and did some news things. I wasn't kicked off that site, I just lost
my drive for updating that site every day while the owners made all the cash
(they made deals with some DC hardware resellers to get DC hardware, as well
as other deals for ads). I still updated from time to time, but I was burnt.
The interviews were real, atleast they were conducted with my mindset being
that they were real. I didn't conjure up those interviews myself; I wasn't
out to fool anyone. So...after that Dreamcast phase, I went to do some stuff
for Napster. After about 8 months of it, I left. Let's see..what else..
Oh, I'm heterosexual. Oh yeah, I administrated Kalifornia. I did not own the
machine, nor have I ever met the owner. There were about six of us
administrators. Hmm..the Quake 3 stuff. Yeah, I released some Quake 3 hacks
and cheats. Ofcourse some people would be mad, just as some people are mad
that I'm giving the general scene people information on scene specifics. So
anyways, I know this has nothing to do with the stuff you came here to see,
but I felt a rebuttal was needed because I'm doing this, and I'm not gaining
anything out of it. If there is anything wrong with what I'm posting, tell
me and I'll change/remove it. I'm not out to fool the public, I'm out to
inform it.

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UPDATE: ALL SITES UNRELATED TO BUSTS HAVE
BEEN REMOVED FOR THEIR SECURITY. IF YOU
SEE A MIRROR OF THIS PAGE WITH THE SITE
NAMES ON IT, IT IS AN OLD MIRROR!

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Latest Updates (newest updates at the bottom of the section):
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Supposedly a HUGE operation (sting, bust, etc) going on at Utwente (.nl, Twente University).
One of the admins there says that a lot of logging is going on. All x3 rated sites are there. Lots of shells, sites. Most of the couriers use it. Euro sites depend on it.
The USA side of couriers depend on RIT. These two universities were the mothership.
doodad, a member of POP, was busted. He was only in POP, so logic suggests they are targetting POP as well
RTSMP3 currently shutdown, but will return in the future
Take a look at RIT's traffic analysis after the busts here: http://www.rit.edu/network/mrtg-inet/internet1.html
There was Four boxes at MIT's Economic department (one of the boxes weighed 175 pounds!). Fatal Error, 1.2 terabytes -- it had new and classic DivX, PS2/PSX/DC, VCD, and ISO game archive. Lake of Fire, 400GB -- it was a MP3 archive. Packet Storm, 600GB -- it was an util archive. Then at least one other box for a drop site for DOD and another group. The three main boxes were not affiliated with any other group, but rather private sites for DOD.
aPC (mp3) member said: "we're just relaxing and letting time do the healing. sooner or later everything will be back to normal"
EGO (mp3) still very active. Latest release: Lil Bow Wow, full album
RNS (mp3) still very active. Latest release was today: 2pac, full album
RogueWarriorz, a very secretive group, was infilitrated by an FBI agent. RogueWarriorz is a collection of members from other groups with access to over 40 sites. The membership was roughly around 70. The FBI operated the site out of Las Vegas. The agent pretended to be two people, Shatter and Twisted. The site was called ShatNet. Other sites from RogueWarriorz are The Egg Carton, which receives EGO and DGN pre's. Elisa ran it from San Jose edu. ShatNet was the FBI site. A few members of the group told me his icq # is 95996443. He's Special Agent Ray Leber from the Las Vegas FBI Field Office (702-385-1281). The US Attorney investigating this is Matt Parrella (702-388-6336).
The admin of pspt.fi (antti lyytinen), Polytechnic of Pohjois-Savo, got arrested. He lived in Kuopio, Finland. His nick used to be "Ice". The sites is ran was LA (Lunatic Asylum), and the other was the ISO counterpart. Rumor is that they didn't get either one of the site boxes, but ftp.pspt.fi (thinking it was it). http://edome.fi.soneraplaza.net/yhteisot/#1008325896
cc-hut (helsinki university of technology) backbone is also due for investigations. However, it will be part of the Swedish investigations.
cc-hut is the hut.fi backbone (uu.net/fu.net hut.fi backbone). ATM connection helsinki<->stockholm start there
LiGHTNiNG (EU/US) Divx group has ceased opperations untill after new years
A short bio about Chris Tresco (aka bigrar) in the Boston Globe. http://digitalmass.boston.com/news/2001/12/12/mit.html
Special Agent Ray Leber of the FBI spoke at the NARCA (National Association of Retail Collection Attorneys) conference in Fall of 2001 (October 12 and 13). His topic was Computer and Internet Security.
His synopsis: "Dependency on computers has left numerous businesses vulnerable to sabotage. Have you safeguarded your computers from viruses, hackers, and employee disturbances? This non-technical presentation will provide you with guidelines to prevent computer intrusion. Learn more about passwords, firewalls, hardware/software interaction, and network operation to protect your organization."
To verify, call 1-800-633-6069. The NARCO is at 8201 Greensboro Drive, Suite 300, McLean, VA 22102
Special Agent Ray Leber of the FBI spoke for The Association of Information Technology Professionals on August 31, 2000. It was held at the Southwest Gas Corp. offices, 5241 Spring Mountain Road. The topic was computer security and law enforcement. To verify, call the Las Vegas Review and ask for the August 28, 2000 edition
Special Agent Ray Leber talks with a member of RogueWarriorz via ICQ The link is here: http://www.mindnmatter.net/rayleber.txt
If you have any more information regarding Special Agent Ray Leber of the FBI, please bring it to my attention
In TCF's latest release, The Princess Diaries (NTSC DivX), they say: "Our respect goes out to the members of DOD/RAZOR1911 and to all other groups affected by the busts. We at TCF feel that this tragedy has spawned a realization in our lives and we have decided that we should vanish from the scene for a while if not forever. Don't expect to see many releases from us in the near future, a few christmas presents at most. It's been fun guys, cya in the new year? I guess the feds couldn't find osama so they started to fuck with us..."
Ray Leber, FBI Special Agent, went by the efnet nicks of "Twistd^" and "^shatter", with the ^ on either end of the nick.
8 members of RogueWarriorz were busted. It seems excessive for such a little group. The names were: Elisa (San Jose, United States), Jozef (Saskatoon, Canada), Bierkrug (Vancouver, Canada), Lord Hacker (United States), Axxess (Washington State, United States), Waldorf (United States), Demonfurby (United Sites), and Dr Infothief (Long Island, United States). The leader of RogueWarriorz believes Elisa was a member of DoD, and that made their group a target (added on to that there was a FBI agent in the team). That's two more busts to add to Canada. Also, jozef says the FBI asked them something about "Down Hiller" or "downhiller" or something like that.
Regarding IRC security, I've been told it's very possible that servers can be logged. It is possible to run a "named pipe" on a file system of the server running the ircd daemon. Set the server to use the pipe as the filename for the debug logfile. The way it works is that it's just like a pipe but part of the file system, so the ircd daemon would write to the pipe. A script could then read from the pipe and then write only the relevant data (ie. particular channels or nicks). The way name pipes work is that you create two pipes on the file system (with the correct minor and major device numbers to link them together), then you can write to one side of the pipe and read from the other. Here's a link on named pipes: http://www.erlenstar.demon.co.uk/unix/faq_3.html#SEC41.
Now, we took the latest Hybrid source (http://prdownloads.source(...)/ircd-hybrid-6.2.tgz) and analyzed it for security features. ircd-hybrid version 6.2 does not contain any SSL hooks or native RSA algorithms in the code. The encryption would need to be ipsec or vpn level. In any case, it would be quite a bit of overhead for terabytes of data. ircd would gack if it had to encrypt gigs per second. Nothing but the password encrypting routines for oper passwords were in the source (crypt function is built into the OS specifically for passwords).
More than Drink or Die is targeted. http://www.thestandard.co(...)ctedCategoryName=ros
FTF (aka Fuck The Fed) has just released "Vanilla Sky" telesync. Their message: "YOU FEDS SHOULD BE ASHAMED OF YOURSELF PICKING ON PEOPLE WHEN YOU GOT TERRORISTS AND A WAR GOING ON"
HiTech666 was busted Saturday. He's been retired for half a year. He was PWZ (PsychoWarez)/FTS (Fantasy, same group as avec, thrawn, and matsmad. He was former leader)/Razor 1911 (supplier)/Myth (supplier/rip)/Deviance (supplier)/RTS. HiTech666 was sitting on his computer on a few private networks, including mythnet (Myth's private IRC network), when 2 unmarked cars pulled up. Mounties got out. He managed to close a few IRC windows before they came into his room. He made a cell phone call from the bathroom to tell his friend that he was being raided at the moment. He hasn't picked up his cell phone since. HiTech666 is under house arrest at the moment. His PC was taken.
Mindscape (mp3) has temporarily ceased operations
Rocco (French XXX DivX) said they will continue to release. They have just opened up three new sites (100 Mbit in Germany and England). Their three latest releases are: Delires_Obscenes_XXX_DIVX-Rocco, BELLE.DU.X-DVDRIP-FRENCH-DIVXXX-ROCCO, and LES.CONTES.PERVERS.FRENCH.DVDRIP.DIVX4.XXX-RoCcO.
Information about radsl. radsl lives in Eugene, Oregon. He use to work at Symantec as a Systems Engineer. Symantec flew him around the country to sell corporate licenses of their software. He supplied all of DoD's Symantec releases. He is also a founder of Popz and supplied a few titles for them.
Shark was a police officer in Sydney, Australia. He wasn't an informant though, but rather a target of the busts.
About the busts at Pohjois-Savo Polytechnic, the man arrested was neither a student nor a worker. The administration is wondering how he got access. The police doesn't know specifically how the crime was committed. http://www.sektori.com/uutiset/3051/ammattikorkean and http://www.jippii.fi/uutiset/kotimaa/?aid=51031
Fairlight releases first game ISO since busts. The game is Capitalism II from Ubi Soft. In the release nfo, it features Santa Claus waving merrily to us sceners. At the bottom from Fairlight: "Merry Christmas and Happy New Year".
Although the U.S. Customs office declares that this fact sheet was up December 11, in fact, it was just put up. It has 4 questions, even though the header says three (and the fact sheet answers four totally different questions). At the bottom: "Report Drug Smuggling". http://www.customs.ustreas.gov/hot-new/pressrel/2001/1211-01.htm
Chris Tresco (aka bigrar)'s email at mit was [email protected]edu. His direct line was (617) 258-9345. He was in building E52-249. His boss was Lisa Briggs (which collaborates with the story below). Her email is [email protected] January 31 of this year, bigrar applied for efnet.mit.edu to be linked to efnet. The machine he wanted connected was a Pentium III 655 MHz FreeBSD 4.2 with 256mb ram. The IRCD running was version 2.6/hybrid-6.0. His Co-Admin on the application was Arnvid Karstad, aka ievil
Drink or Die was also a contributor to the United Devices cause. bigrar was obviously #1. http://www.statsman.org/udstats/html/337.html
Cool story/article about warez. Briefly mentions DOD. Months old, but it notes the notoriety of DOD and their quality. http://www.heise.de/tp/english/inhalt/te/9170/1.html
FBI Infiltration of RogueWarriorz confirmed, and more. Read it here: http://news.cnet.com/news/0-1005-200-8233279.html?tag=tp_pr
University of California at Los Angelos was raided; RIT bust was result of information from information from the ones already busted. A Gateway store in Pennsylvania was raided (but the company as a whole is not under investigation, just the target person). http://www.nytimes.com/2001/12/19/technology/19PIRA.html
University of Twente (utwente.nl) raided by Dutch department of Justice. The target was three suspects. http://news.cnet.com/news/0-1005-200-8244958.html?tag=lh
RIT (Rochester Institute of Technology)'s traffic falls 40% after FBI raids. http://www.rochesternews.com/1222story7.html
FTF (Fuck the Feds; which some believe are HBOVCD), has just released Lord of the Rings (3 CDS)
Site for the swedish about the busts: http://www.aftonbladet.se/vss/it/story/0,2789,113842,00.html
Centropy releases Lord of the Rings telesync, also saying they are 100% active
Prentice, a member of RogueWarriorz, was busted along with peaces. Prentice was in Seattle, and peaces was in Chicago.The local police tricked peaces into opening the door. They had some problems with peaces' son lately and asked her if she had anymore problems. She said no, and they asked if they could come in and talk to her. When she opened the door, all the agents came in.
Prentice's raid consisted of 1 EPA agent and 12 FBI/US Marshalls. They were all in plainclothes. They parked their personal vehicles down the street. They all wore flak jackets (big bullet proof vests). The FBI took pictures of every room and the fronts and backs of each machine they took, before and after pictures. The agent said they have a lot of complaints from people saying the FBI has taken stuff they shouldn't have. They labeled every room with numbers and letters. They asked prentice about other members, about a drive that an undercover FBI agent sent, and a storage site the EPA had on the internet for warez for a year.
FBI Special Agent Ray Leber got the addresses of RogueWarriorz members by sending them hardware such as 60GB hard drives. He said they were redoing his office and they had extra hardware leftover. He sent the hardware overnight.
FBI Special Agent Ray Leber infiltrated RogueWarriorz by operating a site named ShatNet. He told RogueWarriorz he was a network administrator for some newspaper in Las Vegas. His site IP was 206.159.186.123, port 21. The site had massive amounts of disk space and it took everything (0day, VCDS, ISOS). A few days before the raids, he stopped taking uploads.
FBI tells RogueWarriorz members that indictments would be in April of 2002

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Wanted:
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Any information on Twente University busts
Information regarding effects these busts have on VCD scene and other scenes
Group affils for each person listed below as well as site affils

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Older News:
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BUSTED: HiTech666 (ex-PWZ/ex-FTS/ex-Razor 1911/Myth/Deviance/RTS, Montreal, Canada), jozef (RogueWarriorz, Canada), Elisa (EGO, RogueWarriorz), Bierkrug (RogueWarriorz), Lord Hacker (RogueWarriorz), Axxess (RogueWarriorz), Waldorf (RogueWarriorz), Demonfurby (RogueWarriorz), Dr Infothief (RogueWarriorz), doodad (pop), tenkuken (dod), eRUPT (author of ruptbot, dod, miami), doc-x (dod council, miami), heckler (TiL), zielin, sui (tfl/wlw), hackrat (wlw/razor/dod, california), shark (wlw/razor/dod; RatzHole siteop, Australia), thraxis (not busted; but raided -- 700 cds and computer; risc, pgc, dod, queensland, Australia), maverick (from skidrow, not from omega; dod council), sony, bandido (razor, dod council, risc council), eriflleh (dod council, philadelphia), bigrar (christopher tresco 23 y/o, dod council, risc, ex-MnM, ex-PSF (Proper Stuff), boston), avec (former fts, rts, rise, former DOD council, razor), buj (cracker; dod council, former rts senior, razor, former corpgods leader, ex-PGC, Durham North Carolina), forcekill (dod, turku finland), radsl (dod, popz founder, oregon), chevelle (dallas), billyjoe (austin), ievil (dod, razor, an ircop, had retired already, Arnvid Karstad), superiso (inferno; got raided), ^stealth (oregon), BaLLz (CSR)
SFM was fed site
ShatNet was the fed site based in Las Vegas, Nevada. FBI agent Ray Leber posed as two aliases, Shatter and Twisted.
CoreDump was fed site based in Virginia. But dr ice (site op) not busted ?? Possible Fed ??
SFM and CD sites dropped out of the scene 2 days before busts for "group arguments"
RHiSO is down (hackrat operated)
rumor: hackrat busted 4 times
HO is down (DOD AHQ, chevelle's site)

FE is down
LOF is down
PS is down (down a few days prior to busts and should've been sitting in the room ready to put HW into FE)
those 3 were sitting in the economics dept. of MIT, which would be the bigrar (chris tresco, 23) portion of the bust

Razor announced blackout, pciso division perm closed
DOD dead 100%
sui got busted and he's from TFL. WLW now dead
150+ sites closed
TRC retired
SKR, curry group, is shutdown (ran by maverick)
TheWretched and TheFrail (divx groups) also shutdown
Story: 5 FBI agents came to avec's house at 9:30AM CMT with federal search warrant. took 271 cd's. watched her computer for 2 hours.
FBI watched avec's computer for a few hours monitoring #worldsites, #eusites, and #usasites for 3 hours. all the channel sites. Her shell was open
eRUPT (also author of RuptBot!) and Doc-X busted, lived in Miami. There was a Miami warrant executed and they are both DOD members.
Police investigations on a large campus network (polytechnic of pohjois-savo) ( pspt.fi multiple 100mbit sites )
sui not arrested, just took his computer
CORRECTED: thraxis was queensland not Melbourne .au
2 Polish cracking groups busted (CookieCrK and AAoCG)
CookieCrK's site was www.cookiecrk.org. As of now, you can still search for it on www.google.com and see the cached site (it listed cracking tools)
AAoCG's site was www.aaocg.prv.pl. As of now, you can still search for it on www.google.com and see the cached site (it listed cracking tools)
^stealth, guy from Oregon, got busted. he did ps2 and game iso's. 3 federal agents and 2 deputies took away his computer. he had 6 terabytes of info.
Take a look at http://www.internettrafficreport.com/#graphs -- internet traffic dropped 50% since raids
Confirmed story surrounding bigrar (chris tresco) and a former associate:
I worked at the economics department back in july of 2001. I started working with 5 other northeastern university students in the systems administration department. One of which was Chris Tresco, the member of DoD.
They all were a great bunch of people, really friendly, and down-to-earth. Summer is pretty slow at MIT because not too much goes on besides grad student work.
The first day of work i went through an "initiation" in which we went out to eat at the "Cheesecake Factory" resturant in Cambridge, a very posh resturant. My initiation was to select the appetizers for the rest of the department, if they liked my choices then i would become a part of the group, otherwise... i don't know. The talk around the table focused on our manager Lisa talking about an ex-employee who used to screw around with rather ugly women, and how he was a man-whore, etc. Very casual, even almost vulgar conversation. I felt very at ease, they were close, and quickly became friendly towards me. The bill was quite expensive, but of course MIT paid. This was monday.
Later that day Chris and the other guys showed me the systems, and explained what each machine did, and the basic design of the network. I noticed a rather large file server, and when i asked what it did, Chris explained that it was his own machine. I browsed the web
Tuesday rolled around and I was updating different professors homepages with a new design template. Not too much really, i finished the job quickly. Later in the afternoon, the manager Lisa came into our office and asked us "Do you guys need anything?". Chris turned and said "I could use a beer." another guy said "How about a foot massage?", i turned and said "I could use a back rub." She laughed and returned to her office. I spent the rest of the day updaing the website, and watching the guys messaround with the mp3 server, and the music one guy was making with Cubase.
I had yet to fill out any working papers as it was only my 2nd day working.
Wednesday rolled around, and the day started as normal. Chris showed me his computer, and i noticed the 3+ terabytes of disk space it had. He casually informed me that it was a DoD "Drop box", and that if i created a directory with the name of a software, or mp3 title, that in the directory the next day it would appear there, almost like magic.
Later in the afternoon, the manager called me into her office, i thought she was going to have me fill out some forms for work. Once i was in her office, she had me sit down.
"About that joke you made yesterday..." she said.
"Umm, which one was that..." I replied
"The one about the back rub.... i didn't appreciate that, it was a direct insult to my authority." She said.
"Oh, that one.... I'm sorry, but i didn't really mean anything by it, the other guys were joking around as well, and i didn't think anything of it. I replied, suprised.
"Well i didn't think it was very professional, and with the Professors and expensive equipment we have here at MIT, i expeceted a higher level of professionalism from you." She said.
"Oh.... well you guys all seemed to be pretty relaxed. With no dress code, and you're down-to-earth, and friendly personalities, you all seemed like a bunch of bar-mates, and just happen to work together. I thought my comment was right at home. I'm sorry, but i guess i shouldn't have said that afterall." I said shocked.
"Well, i'm sorry, but i'm going to have to let you go." She said quickly.
"You mean i'm fired? Don't i get any warning, or second chance or anything? I mean... i didn't really mean anything by it, it was just friendly banter. I said be wildered.
"I'm sorry, but i feel that it upsurped my authority, and we expect a high level of professionalism here. She said.
"Well thats funny, because with the conversation at lunch on monday, the birkenstock sandals, t-shirts, shorts, and most of all, the warez server in the other room, i didn't really see a high level of professionalism, if any whatsoever." I snapped.
"I'm sorry, my decision is final, you can leave now if you like. Or finish out the rest of the day..." She said, and looked away.
I got paid for the rest of the week, and left. Then I heard this story.
I guess she'll not be working long after this, it was right under her nose. Good managering i guess.
I'm glad i got fired.
Another story from a Purdue university student:
I attend Purdue University and i can tell for sure that there is now reason for there to be software piracy. tell me tell you why.
Purdue University has an Agreement with Microsoft which enable us to recive original, lisenced versions of original Microsft Software for 5$. u can check out the detaile here> http://www.purdue.edu/MSCA/.
We get all software right from Windows Xp to office to the full 6cd pack of Visual Studio 6 for only 5 dollars.
Every student is entitle to a copy and there are no limitations.
Futhermore, Purdue's Computer society host and Ftp mirror for almost all the possible Linux ditro's thereby not even needing us to use up extra bandwidth to download from outside.
Very recently i belive there has even been agreement to let the Computer Science Majors to download all of the Microsoft software free of charge from a web server starting from even the arabic version of Windows 3.11 up till windows Xp.
And ALL this this is being done legally. therefore i see no reason for there to be Software piracy at Purdue University. The article just mentions there had been raid and i think this is just to Defame Purdue Univsity. It does not even say that any thing was confiscated at purdue university - Just another Angry purdue Student :)
A search on www.newscheck.cc reveals there were 40865 warez releases in the last 7 months, of which only 411 were by DoD. (1% of releases)
Halfmoon2 Has Been Busted, 32 Boxes were confiscated and so were 200+ DVD CD's, HM2 Was affiliated with VCDWS
A good link (video broadcast about the busts): here
http://www.smh.com.au/news/0112/13/national/national16.html story takes quotes from http://www.defacto2.net/apollo-x/bandido.htm
ievil(busted) runs the newly linked swedish efnet-server
TFL says:
We would like to make something very clear. There is a huge misunderstanding as to why we release the programs to the end user. Basically this is why: Lots of applications cost a lot more money than endusers can afford (some cost $50,000+). We release a FULLY functional program for endusers to evaluate, learn, try or compare and then decide if it's right for him/her. We do NOT release these applications for companies to use them in a working enviroment where they would not have to buy them from the original maker, therefore COMPLETELY misrepresenting our goal. At this case we ENCOURAGE original makers to come to such companies and do whatever they need to them. Moral of this is: If you use programs at work for anything rather than evaluating BEFORE buying, you deserve to be caught!
This is the only official site: http://officialdod.cjb.net any others are imitations.
From a local newspaper .. the bust at purdue ... (lafayette,indiana) ... one student was raided and equip taken and he was taken away by US customs agents and the purdue university police ...
DupeFrench.com's dupechecker has been temporary closed
No scene actions in Switzerland or France since busts
ViBe (french divx) is closed
Xplicit (french divx) is closed: "La team XpliciT a le regret de vous annoncer sa fermeture suite aux Úvenement facheux pour la scene toute entiere... La fermeture est immediate ... Bonne continuation a tous et a toutes."
Article about busts in french: http://www.zataz.com/zataz/news.php?id=417&file=01.html and http://fr.news.yahoo.com/011212/85/2c524.html?
Only 41 mp3 releases for today, RNS and KSi haven't stopped. Most european dance groups closed their chans.
A lot of siteops that still have their sites up are being asked by users to ipdel/change or deluser their accounts
23 year old DOD cracker caught -- was from MIT. Chris Tresco aka bigrar. story here
Chinese news about the busts at: http://tw.news.yahoo.com/(...)/ctnews/2907409.html
BaLLz from mp3 group CSR got busted. Unclear whether reason was mp3-related or iso-related.
FBI agents raided not only MIT but also Northeastern University, Boston University, Tufts University and The Bank of America office in Boston (according to yesterdays Boston Globe, FBI agents raided not only MIT but also Northeastern University and The Bank America office in Boston as well as other businesses
One of the sites seized from Northeastern University was a top site affiliated with Class (CLS)
WLWMP3 permanently shut down
Guy at RIT got busted for ripping and distributing DivX movies
Another news in french: http://news.zdnet.fr/story/0,,t118-s2100887,00.html
Okay, someone correct their four-tier theory (via comments) that infers DOD as counterfeiters at http://www.newsfactor.com/perl/story/15255.html
Microsoft comments on the busts at http://www.usatoday.com/l(...)/software-piracy.htm
10 warrants were issued in New Hampshire, all crackers. Canada also saw some busts. Undercover FBI-ran FTP sites based in Nevada (ShatNet) and Virginia (CoreDump). Original article: http://www.theunionleader.com/articles_show.html?article=7323
Website Designer for drinkordie.com is 17 year old male student at Orange Park High named Daniel Stratton. He goes by the name of Bigfoot2. More information here and for his full name, here.
Canada, Germany, and Sweden are targets of the investigation, although no known raids have been reported to me. Source: http://www.zdnet.com.au/n(...)4985,20262328,00.htm
BanDiDo wanted to write for Linux Gazette. http://www.linuxgazette.com/issue60/issue60.html and search for bandido
For those that don't know, dezzy from DoD wrote the DOD DVD Speed Ripper
CROSSFiRE has closed its doors. All members have retired
More raids to come. source: http://news.cnet.com/news/0-1005-200-8145809.html?tag=tp_pr
ThrawN of DiSTiNCT/CLASS was raided in Western Australia, ThrawN's house got raided but no PC equipment was found as its in another house, no arrest has been made at this time.
Checkpoint, the official dupecheckers, is just temporarily down. "checkpoint will be down until we know what exactly happend. you can help be sending infos to [email protected] but ONLY write a message if you are 200% sure that it's true. we do NOT need any new rumours."
UK made arrests! Source: here
TF1, France's biggest TV network, wrote an article. http://www.tf1.fr/news/multimedia/0,,857729,00.html
CHECKPOINT IS DOWN!BadGirl posted the URL to checkpoint, the official dupechecker, and as a result they shut it down completely. Proof it's down via this screenshot (update: link removed).
BadGirl was accused of narqing on a site in Germany. They got her purged from most sites and deleted from Checkpoint. She use to be in TR, a mp3 release group.
Six computers captured and seized at RIT today. Source: http://www.rochesternews.com/1213story24.html
Zenith (0-day utils) now closed.
REV mp3 has ceased operations
STREAM (0day) is dead
Regarding IRC server logging I asked a irc admin friend of mine about what he thinks. He said the following was just 15 days worth:
Server send: 56.95 Gigabytes ( 391.5 K/s)
Server recv: 52.13 Gigabytes ( 23.2 K/s)
On average, 2GB of data atleast everyday. To log all that, should have a lot of TB's. I then asked him if I could parse the info as it streams. He said the connections between the servers are encrypted and he doesn't know of any fed servers that get the traffic through. And even if there was one, they'd have to work against the cryptos with all that traffic. A good link to read about how opers do not snoop (I am an ex-efnet ircoper) would be http://www.efnet.org/index.php?p=docs/opermyth
"iMATiON officially closes down as a group as of this moment. Its fear that our leader TK (Thrillkill) might have been busted as he pinged out the morning of the raids and he pinged out about the time the raids were supposed to have happened.... as well there were raids done at his university. as I'm saying to everyone else... take precautions to protect yourself and hopefully everyone makes it out on the other side"
GME2000 and ADM, both german DivX groups, are officially dead
GWL, a german DivX group, is not busted
tenkuken, DOD 3 yrs member, raided
TMMVCD cease operations until atleast New Year's
avalanche (RISC/DOD) maybe busted
a member of the german vcd group TGSC is supposed to have been busted. no further info till now available. TGSC releases german cinema movies shortly after their public release
ViTe has shutdown forever
SEQUENCE, a french DivX group, shut down forever
TSZiSO (iso apps) disbanded until 2002 atleast
OMA (iso apps) disbanded until 2002 atleast
ZEN, a US DivX group, cease operations until after New Year's
COLLiSiON, a US DivX group, cease operations until after New Year's
Just got this in "i am a personal friend of tyson [paradox/eminence/period] from newfoundland, canada, i just called his house about 20 mins ago and his mom just told me that he was takin away by the police, they took 5 or 6 of his PC's, that's all i know"
KaMiKAZE (0day, third-party-addons) will continue to release, but taking extreme precautions; "We at kamikaze are sending our kindest regards to those who have been affected by this tragic happening (everyone). We take this oppertunity to let friends in EACH AND EVERY group know we suffer with you."
MYTH (0day, game rips) will continue to release, but taking extreme precautions
DEViANCE (iso games) will continue to release, but taking extreme precautions
WoW (DivX, VCD, SVCD) says: "We had heard about iMATIONS drop from the scene and we are sorry to hear that, but we do not feel the increasing pressure that some of the other scene's do (i.e. divx movies) and we will continue to bring the fans what they have got from us in the past, regaurdless of the recent news as of right now we have haulted uploads and are uploading only internaly, but we will be back soon"
Regarding CSR: "we will continue to release as soon as our sites come back online (although for the time being it will be 2001 only; easier to dupecheck). Also, BaLLz got busted because of his ties to the iso-scene, it was totally unrelated to CSR. I don't think he was even on any topsites, just our internal rhq."
FiNAL is temp closed. It is a french group based in Canada. The leader got busted (that makes 2 in Canada).
BAT (BATTERY, NoCD's patches for iso games) is perm closed
NTK (DivX, French) shut down
EPiC, a DivX group, temp closed
Eden, French movie gruop, temp closed
POP, the DOD/RAZOR sister group for releasing kid games will release at normal time this week. They lost 3 people at least, but possibly upwards to 8 people.
NTK (DivX, French) has announced to me that they will come back when the time is right
"the story no one knows is how many websites were affected because of their actions. They took legitimate business servers that had nothing to do with the software pirating just because they were hosted at the same company. Several of my websites are now done and they refuse to give the servers back so I lost all my content"
EFA (iso utils, releases only EDA - Electronic Design Automation, the most expensive engineering utils) ceased operations until 2002.Their recent releases, Comsol Femlab 2.2 (12/11/2001), Aldec Active-HDL v5.1 (12/03/2001), IMST EMPIRE v2.30 (11/25/2001), and Applied Simulation Technology for NT (11/21/2001) together total more than $100,000 retail.
BadGirl, the person who got Checkpoint closed and narqed out a few sites..her ip is 213.20.228.154. Obtained from a site she has an account on
THE ENVY URL IS FAKE -- IT IS A MERE COPY AND PASTE OF MY WORK AND IT'S NOT UP TO DATE
SSE (mp3) ceased operations until atleast New Year's
iSOZONE (Console/PC/VCD/TV) ceased operations until atleast New Year's. They closed channel, changed identities, and closed all sites down.
DiA/AiD, german DivX groups, closed until 2002
Inside Info: 10 more warrants in the San Francisco Bay area, issued but not yet served (soon though). 3 'connected' to Stanford, 3 to Berkeley, and the other 4 unknown as of now.
PNF (mp3) temporarily closed but with message: "we won't stop"
MORE info about HM2 A detailed list of exactly what was taken and what questions was asked of him by the FBI can be reached at http://www.the-cad.com/article.php?sid=1241&mode=&order=0..What is an "ms0"?
TIAS (french VCD) closed until 2002
Latest article written by Wired which slams Forcekill as a lax cracker and compares DrinkorDie with Bin Laden's al-Qaida. http://www.wired.com/news/technology/0,1282,49096,00.html
AEN (DivX) cease operations until atleast New Year's
Atlantis (French DivX and game iso's) cease operations. http://www.atlantis.com02.com for their list (about 100 releases in 8 months)
XPD (VCDWS renamed, DivX and SVCD) down until 2002 -- taking a break and waiting on outcome of Halfmoon, a main member (he was a ripper)
No, I'm not BadGirl or FBI or whatever
Alpax Team (Dreamcast and mp3) has cease operations temporarily
Chris Tresco aka bigrar's home was also raided. MIT news announces. http://web.mit.edu/newsoffice/nr/2001/computerpiracy.html
FBI called my previous provider, so I'm on a new host. However, I lost all my updates from yesterday. I'm in Taiwan and I internet cafe hop, so I'm in a different place every few hours. I will go back to the old cafe and get the old file with yesterday's updates. In the mean time, I will update from today.
Old site found, this site is now up to date
Razordemo told me: "razordemo (legal razor1911 demo section) has abandonned efnet because of fearing brainless feds."
cho/f4cg retired
As far as I know, this was the first TV broadcast about the raids (from the Daily Show). Quite funny. http://music.ak47.ru/daily_show-piracy_coverage-12-12-01-h13.mpg
First Swede bust recorded. 25 year old member of DOD. He got caught a few days ago but is free today. Police still has his computer and other equipment. http://www.stonline.se/lokalt/index.php?task=view&id=178056
Playstationmods.com shuts down. Reason: selling NEO4 mod chip for Playstation 2
Spanish dupecheck, www.spanish-news.org, is closed forever

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Country Busts:
==============
5 people in Canada (.ca)
? people in Germany (.de)
1 people in Sweden (.se)
2 people in finland (.fi)
10 people in britain (.uk)
7 people in australia (.au)
3 in norway (.no)
1 person in spain (.es)
australia was hit (bandido)
27 cities in 21 states (including MIT, UCLA, Purdue, Duke, and University of Oregon)
Atlanta
Austin, Texas
Baton Rouge
Boston
Charlotte, N.C.
Chicago
Cincinnati
Dallas
Durham, NC
Cocoa Beach, Fla.
Houston
Indianapolis
Miami
New Haven, Conn.
New York
Newark, N.J.
Norfolk, Va.
Oklahoma City
Orlando, Fla.
Oxnard, Calif.
Philadelphia
Phoenix
Pittsburgh
Portland, Ore.
San Francisco
St. Louis
Washington
Wilmington, Del.

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Urls of Interest:
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http://www.smh.com.au/news/0112/13/national/national16.html
http://www.cybercrime.gov/warezoperations.htm
http://www.usdoj.gov/opa/pr/2001/December/01_crm_643.htm
http://cryptome.org/fbi121101.htm
http://www.bsa.org/sweden(...)2001-12-12.813.phtml
http://dailynews.yahoo.co(...)ftware_piracy_1.html
http://www.wired.com/news/politics/0,1283,49026,00.html
http://abcnews.go.com/sec(...)arepiracy011211.html
http://www.msnbc.com/news/671058.asp
http://fast.quote.com/fq/(...)ies=15&symbols=DJ:69
http://www.washtech.com/news/regulation/14129-1.html
http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/uk/newsid_1705000/1705079.stm
http://australianit.news.(...)%5e%5enbv%5e,00.html
http://www.jippii.fi/uutiset/ulkomaat/?mainmode=a&aid=50673
http://www.jippii.fi/uutiset/kotimaa/?aid=50745
http://www.sektori.com/uutiset/3034/kansainvalinen
http://www.revolt.se/intervju/mp3.shtml
http://www.afterdawn.com/news/archive/2509.cfm
http://dailynews.yahoo.co(...)file_swappers_1.html
http://www.boston.com/dai(...)_for_FBI_lureP.shtml
http://www.boston.com/dai(...)ollege_degreeP.shtml
http://www.zataz.com/zataz/news.php?id=417&file=01.html
http://tw.news.yahoo.com/(...)/ctnews/2907409.html
http://news.zdnet.fr/story/0,,t118-s2100887,00.html
http://www.newsfactor.com/perl/story/15255.html
http://www.usatoday.com/l(...)/software-piracy.htm
http://www.theunionleader.com/articles_show.html?article=7323
http://www.washingtonpost(...)28344-2001Dec11.html
http://www.useu.be/Catego(...)PiracyCrackdown.html
http://money.cnn.com/2001/12/11/technology/software_piracy/
http://www.theregister.co.uk/content/4/23329.html
http://www.tf1.fr/news/multimedia/0,,857729,00.html
http://www.heise.de/newsticker/data/wst-12.12.01-001/
http://www.heise.de/newsticker/data/anw-13.12.01-000/
http://www.wired.com/news/technology/0,1282,49096,00.html
http://www.stonline.se/lokalt/index.php?task=view&id=178056



Last Update : December 23 2001 02:52:06 PM (It's December 23 2001 05:05:21 PM now!)
Kan me nog foto's er van herinneren die werden verspreid :D
pi_157218117
Was een mooie tijd. Voor het internet (voor het publiek) bestond zat ik al met bbs-sen te spelen, Skidrow in Engeland maar meestal NL boards vanwege de telefoonkosten, met sysop chatten, bestanden uitwisselen allemaal heel primitief en spannend, beetje wargames (film) gevoel had ik erbij als kind.
Later de fxp scene, Submissionz en darknet geloof ik, daarna kwamen de prive torrent trackers zoals het gezellige Rplace. De scene bestaat nog wel want ik kijk af en toe nog voor het nostalgische gevoel bij de napalm ftp indexer.

Schiet me nu te boven hoe pissed mensen werden als er geleaked werd, en terecht. })

En nu een vraag aan jullie, zouden jullie het nu nog aandurven al dat 'kattenkwaad' ? Ik niet.

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pi_157761617
Hi,

Kwam dit tegen na wat googlen...(had wat oude files op mijn server gevonden.....)

Was een leuke tijd idd... Zie nog wat bekende namen hier ;)

Ik zat bij oa HollandFXP (TFH- teammember), Skilled, Wizdom en Connected...

/Bla
pi_157779164
quote:
0s.gif Op zaterdag 31 oktober 2015 03:49 schreef perezoso het volgende:
En nu een vraag aan jullie, zouden jullie het nu nog aandurven al dat 'kattenkwaad' ? Ik niet.
Waarom niet? Er zijn voldoende maatregelen die je kan treffen om buiten het zicht van "bepaalde instanties" te blijven. Zeker het community aspect en wat je kan betekenen voor zo'n groep blijft toch altijd kriebelen :)
pi_157782855
quote:
0s.gif Op dinsdag 24 november 2015 09:00 schreef Teeno het volgende:

[..]

Waarom niet? Er zijn voldoende maatregelen die je kan treffen om buiten het zicht van "bepaalde instanties" te blijven. Zeker het community aspect en wat je kan betekenen voor zo'n groep blijft toch altijd kriebelen :)
Nou... ik niet hoor.... Heb wel eens mail van chello gehad toen... ;)
Daarna natuurlijk nooit meer vanaf huis wat gedaan...
pi_157783539
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0s.gif Op dinsdag 24 november 2015 12:28 schreef alBalB het volgende:

[..]

Nou... ik niet hoor.... Heb wel eens mail van chello gehad toen... ;)
Daarna natuurlijk nooit meer vanaf huis wat gedaan...
Toendertijd niet nee, heb tot 2x toe mail gehad van Wanadoo :') , maar dan praat ik over 14 jaar geleden toen ik zelf ook nog 14 was. Ook gewoon tftp'en naar mijn eigen IP enzo...

Maar nu.. met TOR, VPN, RDP, etc... zijn er toch wel mogelijkheden.

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pi_157785801
Jawel, maar met een nas en usenet.... geen ftp/fxp meer nodig.. :)
  maandag 30 november 2015 @ 19:09:53 #99
96831 Thornado
On A Dutch Mountain
pi_157927077
Dit blijft een leuk topic om af en toe weer eens in te duiken. Ik vond laatst weer mijn verzameling sigjes op een back-up disk. Al die namen, ben wel eens benieuwd wat er van al die sceners is geworden. :)

Op de een of andere manier gaf de scene mij altijd een warm gevoel: je zat er echt met zijn allen in en je leerde veel van elkaar. :D
pi_158081762
Grappig topic :) Kwam dit nog tegen door wat nostalgisch Googlen. Zat destijds flink in DFF en Rosevalley. Niet met deze nickname maar een andere... Naast FXP'en, veel portscannen en exploits zoeken was ik sowieso ook een enorme grootverbruiker bij Chello, waarvoor mijn vader al eens de nodige waarschuwingen heeft gehad. Ik fikte alles op CD voor de verkoop op school, want ik was zo'n beetje de enige op school die dergelijke 0-day releases had. Goed geld mee verdiend en die branderkosten waren er zo uit. Totdat mensen de boel gingen kopiŰren van mij en onder de prijs gingen zitten. Marktwerking ten top ;)

Wat een tijd toen. Manmanman wat zat ik nonstop achter die bak. Geweldige tijd waarin de wereld van het internet echt nog behoorlijk open lag.

Ik vraag me af waar de geek-tieners van nu zich nog mee bezig houden. Ik denk nog wel eens (zoals nu vandaag) met weemoed terug aan die tijd dat je als tiener echt de grootste kicks uit dat soort fratsen haalde. Ook de games van die tijd zoals UT en Quake 3 niet te vergeten.
Nu heb ik dat allemaal niet meer en ben ik maar een normale gebruiker geworden. Beetje torrents en usenet en dat naar de NAS knikkeren en lekker een filmpje met de vriendin kijken.

Wat doen jullie nog zoal tegenwoordig?

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