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[liberationtech] Hacktivism tutorials

dan jones hack at riseup.net
Wed Aug 8 06:05:02 PDT 2012


Don't open PDFs if you don't trust the source. Period. And even then, if
you do. Your printer is easy to compromise and could lead to anybody
sniffing your network, to name just one of many attacks.

What is wrong with a text file?


On 08/08/12 22:55, David Majlak wrote:
> I don't know if the listserve will censor the attachment, but i've
> attached a rar of a collection of PDF's that show you how to perform
> certain things. I recently saw Anonymous post about CODE TYLER, where
> everyone takes all the documents they can from work on a USB drive and
> uploads illegal information in wikileaks style, and posts them to a
> persistent p2p network that cannot be censored. 
>
> So, for those of you, if you know people who want to do so, these are
> a collection of documents that can get you started to participate in
> activism without exposing yourself to police brutality on the street.
> There are password sniffers, data interception, computer SMS shutdown,
> php injection, and exploits provided in here. I did not compile the
> file myself, but downloaded it from somewhere. It is virus free. The
> exploit document should give an interested party a good place to start
> in discovering the path they want to take in hacktivism.
>
> I don't have the time to really learn, but i've reviewed them and they
> are legit. I know that much. Hopefully you can spread it around. I
> read the story about mat (i think) from gizmodo who had his ipad wiped
> and his gmail, amazon, and apple ID's broken into in order to troll
> his twitter account. He lost the pictures of his daughter, I
> immediately backed up what I had of my own daughter, and came across
> things I wanted to save for her, this being one of them. If any of you
> have kids, the future of the workforce is going to be programming. If
> anyone will have a job for the rest of their lives, it's going to be a
> good programmer. They'll be like the biochemists and mathematicians of
> yesterday.
>
> Also, if no one can access the file, send me an email and i'll send it
> directly.
> Enjoy.
>
>
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