11 March 2016 - Forum Rules
Started by pianohombre, December 18, 2020, 12:37:07 AM
Quote from: RickkyJaden on December 23, 2020, 11:32:31 AMI think this is just because gaming is still a culture,despite this is so popular. It is like UK music scene (do you know about it?) this is like USA hip-hop scene, but if you will spit over somebodys instrumental you will be charged for a money and maybe you will some other problems.
Quote from: pianohombre on December 18, 2020, 12:37:07 AMHacking in any illegal manner is known as "cracking".
QuoteThe worst-case scenario is usually copyright infringement, or in the case of AM2R, where the author creates a fan-based game from scratch based on a copyrighted character a cease-and-desist letter. (Nintendo did eventually release a faithful Metroid 2 remake however lol).
Quote from: pianohombre on January 06, 2021, 10:27:40 PMDid you guys hear about a famous hacking case during the summer of 2020, where a teen faked being tech support and calling employees at Twitter to get them into a website for "updates" but it was really a phishing account where he got access to the high level accounts at Twitter, then taking over valuable accounts and reselling them, and also got control of Obama, Biden, and other celebrity accounts where he asked followers for "donations" to a bitcoin site, where he earned millions?https://www.washingtonpost.com/technology/2020/07/30/twitter-hack-phone-attack/Honestly, my favorite hacking stories are the ones where an experienced programmer exploits bugs in code to gain unauthorized access to account before they do whatever to it. This happens a lot on popular applications like Wordpress where they release updates every week and most are for minor stuff, but sometimes there is a major update and people are too lazy to install it. Honestly, I don't really condone defacing websites and people's hard work, but if there is a KKK web site, for example or something promoting hate speech, I don't mind too much if it is down for a couple months.
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