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Got ip what to do?

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Hey i got the ip of a freind and i want to be a little evil and take over her computer, but i dont know what to do. Can anybody help me? I want to take over the web cam and be able to use the computer in general.

Wel I want to do wath i can do.

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This is the oldest and most reliable technique I know of:

Wait until about 3 or 4 in the morning, when traffic is at it's lowest.

You'll need a black ski-mask, all black clothing (anonymity is key) and a large cutting instrument. I prefer a machete.

It is easiest to browse around the site you intend to hack to see if any back doors have been left open before you force your way in through say, the Windows.

Once you are in the person's room, proceed to hack away at the computer, until nothing is left.

If you do this correctly, they won't even know you were in there, let alone hacking their computer.

If you don't like the idea of a machete, you could always repartition her HDD with a chainsaw.

Substituting her mouse with an intelligent laboratory mouse that can report back to you telepathically (make sure your tin foil hat is OFF during transmission) is better than any key logger, I have discovered.

If you take a hairdryer to her software, it will dehydrate into hardware, pronto. That always makes for a nasty surprise.

Make sure you monitor the monitor throughout the entire procedure, especially if it is a Dell. Turning up the Gaussian Blur will effectively blind it so your moves won't be reported to the netkkkops.

Remove every button from the keyboard EXCEPT Ctrl-Alt-Del. Turn the CAPS LOCK on and remove that button, too.

If you are really l33t, enable your personal firewall or anonymity device (a proxy works, but you have to hold it in front of you the entire time) and replace the webcam with a small closed circuit television that only replays loops of the nearest convenience store.

If you need any more suggestions, feel free to ask.

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HAHAHHA! This is the REAL way to hack a computer! lmfao!
Good one LaBlueGirl.

*breath*...fucking hilarious..
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Uro,

The problem with your post is you demonstrate not only a lack of understanding of what you want to attempt with the IP/computer,
But you also demonstrate a lack of proper ethics that this group shares, hence the flame you got.

Since you are all out of friends and lacking in 31337 skillz, the home invasion 'hack' would be your best bet. Don't forget to cut eyeholes in the panty hose you will wear over your head.

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well, flames can be funny, but imo the more advanced people should also point beginners into the right direction. we all wanted to be "hackers" by infecting boxes when we started...ethics come with knowledge, admit it.... 8)
Uro posted in the newbies-board, and his question is a newbie-one...so I see no reason for flames. he maybe should have checked the other threads because there are similar ones, but that´s all.... :wink:





well, Uro, what you´re looking for is a RAT (remote administrative tool), most people mean a RAT when they say "trojan". but you can´t infect a computer just by knowing the IP, so forget about that. I would recommend to best forget the whole "infect friends computer"-thing, because that´s no joke...he/she could lose important data, and I don´t think you would laugh when all your game saves would be gone for example, right? if you want to learn about "trojans" do it in your own network (a old Pentium 1 or 2 is good enough as the target box, I used a P2).

and now I want to tell you why many people are offended by questions like yours: just check the other threads, many others asked similar questions before, and you surely can imagine that answering the same questions all the time is pretty annoying. and of course the malicious intention of your question...most beginners just don´t know that infecting other people´s computers isn´t a simple joke: it´s a crime. but we´re just nice and honarable people interested in computers, not the credit card-cracking, paypal password-fishing and virus distributing monsters the media want to make out of us... :wink:

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Heh. Yeahh..srry about that.
Don't get discouraged, there's ALOT to learn in the world of computers...
Check around the forums, you'll see what i mean ^__^.

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bad_brain wrote:well, flames can be funny, but imo the more advanced people should also point beginners into the right direction. we all wanted to be "hackers" by infecting boxes when we started...ethics come with knowledge, admit it.... 8)
Well yes..I admit but not confess, neener ;-).
No, it is true. Especially `social engineering' brought me to juvenile website defacements or a trick i used to do the most was being lucky on a lucky dy and entering a Internet-café.
Women & gentleman, you have no idea of how many people leave their hotmail session or remote mail thing like 'squirrelmail' open or did not close it toroughly.

Another thing when i used ICQ/IRQ a lot to ahum .. help online people with login problems related to mysql, like :
Q: "i do >mysql -h example.com -u John" and it doesn't work"
Me: "try it here but like this : ->mysql -h example.com -u John -p
then type your password .
believe it or not but i still remember one person typing on the channel :
"giraFFFF".

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bad_brain wrote:well, flames can be funny, but imo the more advanced people should also point beginners into the right direction. we all wanted to be "hackers" by infecting boxes when we started...ethics come with knowledge, admit it.... 8)
Uro posted in the newbies-board, and his question is a newbie-one...so I see no reason for flames. he maybe should have checked the other threads because there are similar ones, but that´s all.... :wink:
You're right, and I apologize, uro.

uro, afaik, there isn't a simple quick and easy trick to pull. If you are really serious about this then you are going to have to a bit of homework.
As far as taking over the webcam, I don't think that would be possible. If you had remote control of her computer, you could do stuff with the files from her webcam, however!
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Post by uro »

Thanks for all the answers, and just to say it I am serious about learning more about the stuff you are posting in this form, and I know now after a lot of reading that my first qustion in this form was pretty childish and dump. And I am now trying to learn the real way.

And thanks to the people who flamed in the beginning to it’s thanks to you I have started the real study of computers and all about it.

uRo

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Glad to be of help, sometimes all you need is a kick in the ass

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I'm glad!

I hoped you'd still be around...After... heh:)

PM's work wonders ;)

Start small (think script kiddie) if you really want to do things like you said....
But to get the "full effect",
How do you get to Carnegie Hall?
Practice, practice, practice!
Happy to see you are still here

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