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Postby Barry » Tue Dec 27, 2005 8:00 pm

Thorn wrote:What a low-life, cocksucking, thieving, douche-bag. His mother definately should have swallowed.



Wow! :eek:


[color="White"]That's all I can say, wow....[/color]
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Postby dakkon2k » Tue Dec 27, 2005 8:52 pm

This guy is a turd-burgler...
Thief`n TB wrote:Summary for those that just can't read more than a paragraph:

It is the best. I'm not kidding! I spent a ton of time making this package, and making it just right. You have the power, flexibility, and support of the open-source Linux community, with the simplicity of plug-n-play preconfiguration and setup script. Just plug the router in then click "install" and go out and wardrive with the best rig money can buy.


This one is too funny:
Thief`n TB wrote:# Completely Professional and Well Thought-Out Support Materials
The best way to get a quick idea of how much thought has been put into making this a top-quality product, check out the screen that is displayed after you're done the Windows install. That is the kind of time and effort that has gone into the whole thing, making this kit the absolute best that money can buy.

Haa haa a page full of links to bug others for support!
Warserver BS Support from 99e99

Thief`n TB wrote:- Since the WarServer is pre-configured to run in passive mode, the WarServer will not connect to, or initiate ANY network traffic with other networks. All the information that is gained by the WarServer is done simply by gathering packets that are already in the air. This makes this kit, unlike most others, completely legal in places even where there are strict network intrusion laws. That said:

WE ARE NOT LAWYERS, AND YOU SHOULD CONFIRM THE LEGALITIES FOR ANYWHERE YOU PLAN ON WARDRIVING!

- You should never connect to any network you don't have permission to connect to. It is illegal in most places, plus it is certainly unethical in every place! Without your intentional reconfiguration of this package, you will never connect, intentionally or accidentally, to any networks using your WarServer.

Nice cover :D
Thief`n TB wrote:# Install CD that will install Kismet onto a Windows PC
Yeah...I know...Kismet only runs on Linux! But guess what? A guy named Joshua Wright made a cool little hack that runs a sleek and efficient Linux emulator in a Windows DOS-box. Then he put Kismet over it! His hack works great! The only problem is that his hack can be tricky to get installed, configured and talking to the router properly. My installer sets Kismet up on your Windows machine, ready to talk to your WarServer with a simple click of the mouse.

Well atleast he does give some credit....

What is sad is he has sold at least a dozen of them...
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Postby Thorn » Tue Dec 27, 2005 9:53 pm

Barry wrote:Wow! :eek:


[color="White"]That's all I can say, wow....[/color]

What can I say? This guy has really annoyed me. He's the kind of clown that takes credit for everyone else's work, and has topped it off by adding fuctions for illegal access.

Battery acid in the crotch is too good for him.
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Postby Thorn » Tue Dec 27, 2005 10:01 pm

dakkon2k wrote:This guy is a turd-burgler...


This one is too funny:

Haa haa a page full of links to bug others for support!
Warserver BS Support from 99e99


Nice cover :D

Well atleast he does give some credit....

What is sad is he has sold at least a dozen of them...


My favorite:

Looking for more wardriving and wireless technical knowledge?

Follow these in order, and you’ll have a great understanding in no time!
....

#3 - http://www.netstumbler.com – The most widely used stumbler software out there has great forums. You don't need to be using Netstumbler to get a lot out of the site. A good romp through the website is in order for anyone that wants to have a clue.

...


I really do hope that every sucker who buys this comes here and searches on WarServer. I want them to see exactly what we think of the turd they've been dealing with.
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Postby wrzwaldo » Tue Dec 27, 2005 10:27 pm

Thorn wrote:My favorite:



I really do hope that every sucker who buys this comes here and searches on WarServer. I want them to see exactly what we think of the turd they've been dealing with.


Hey, when did they start selling icewater in hell? :p
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Postby Dutch » Tue Dec 27, 2005 11:14 pm

Thorn wrote:My favorite:



I really do hope that every sucker who buys this comes here and searches on WarServer. I want them to see exactly what we think of the turd they've been dealing with.

New users that search ? Who the fsck are you, and what are you doing posting from Thorn's account ?

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Postby Airstreamer » Wed Dec 28, 2005 12:50 am

1. Connect your WarServer™ to an electrical source. Power and other LEDs will come on.

Hopefully, something about 440vac....
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Postby Starpoint » Wed Dec 28, 2005 4:05 am

Dutch wrote:New users that search ? Who the fsck are you, and what are you doing posting from Thorn's account ?

Dutch

I was wondering about that myself.

Actually if you google a search, the NS forums show up in the top 5 so there is a slim chance (ok ok so I had a few too many of my Blessed Grandmother's Bourbon Balls at Christmas) they might read the forum post.

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Postby Starpoint » Wed Dec 28, 2005 4:08 am

Airstreamer wrote:1. Connect your WarServer™ to an electrical source. Power and other LEDs will come on.

Hopefully, something about 440vac....


No No!! 440 VAC 3 phase is instant DEATH!!! I want them to suffer

Hmm how about a nice 115 volt AC (it hurts more while you die) coupled up to a nice High frequency unit from a Tig welder (hi freq turns 60 hertz into 60,000 hertz, and you better PRAY your ground is good else all that cycling goes into your electronics and does vile and unspeakable things to it)
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Postby Airstreamer » Wed Dec 28, 2005 8:39 am

Starpoint wrote:No No!! 440 VAC 3 phase is instant DEATH!!! I want them to suffer

Hmm how about a nice 115 volt AC (it hurts more while you die) coupled up to a nice High frequency unit from a Tig welder (hi freq turns 60 hertz into 60,000 hertz, and you better PRAY your ground is good else all that cycling goes into your electronics and does vile and unspeakable things to it)

Can you say "Spark gap generator?" :D
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Postby Starpoint » Wed Dec 28, 2005 3:30 pm

Airstreamer wrote:Can you say "Spark gap generator?" :D



Nah.. here is the kinda voltage I wanna use
http://www.compfused.com/directlink/403/

http://www.compfused.com/directlink/91/

imaging all the tards that come in here recieving all that RICH CHUNKY VOLTAGE!!!! MUHAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH
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Postby Airstreamer » Wed Dec 28, 2005 5:16 pm

Starpoint wrote:Nah.. here is the kinda voltage I wanna use
http://www.compfused.com/directlink/403/

http://www.compfused.com/directlink/91/

imaging all the tards that come in here recieving all that RICH CHUNKY VOLTAGE!!!! MUHAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH


Yup. Seen 'em. They were making the rounds in our distribution department a while back. The sub burning is an arc between bus bars that works its way back to the transformer, burns and heats stuff up for a few seconds, then finally burns its way into the casing. (You can see the oil squirting out when the arc finally gets inside.) Then it goes up in flames. The 230/115kv feed (not sure which,) finally trips out from the remote end just after the fireball starts.
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Postby Barry » Wed Dec 28, 2005 5:18 pm

Starpoint wrote:Nah.. here is the kinda voltage I wanna use
http://www.compfused.com/directlink/403/

http://www.compfused.com/directlink/91/

imaging all the tards that come in here recieving all that RICH CHUNKY VOLTAGE!!!! MUHAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH



Damn!! That was cool!
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Postby Airstreamer » Wed Dec 28, 2005 5:24 pm

Barry wrote:Damn!! That was cool!

The bigger pole mount transformers also make a pretty good light show when they have a catastrophic failure. There have been incidents where they don't just buzz and smoke, they make like a napalm grenade with shrapnel. Downright nasty!
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Postby MikeP928 » Wed Dec 28, 2005 7:01 pm

Airstreamer wrote:The bigger pole mount transformers also make a pretty good light show when they have a catastrophic failure. There have been incidents where they don't just buzz and smoke, they make like a napalm grenade with shrapnel. Downright nasty!


I had lightning hit one as I passed it on a country road. The burning oil took some of the paint off the hood of my truck. Had to repaint the hood and it took a good week to get that brown stain out of the seat cover.

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