#1 2017-05-24 18:57:24

mikho
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Evil.sh

Since I'm bored waiting for updates on a broken server and shit happens when I'm bored.

I found this https://github.com/mathiasbynens/evil.s … er/evil.sh

Do you have more examples on evil things to do with someones computer when they forget to lock it?

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#2 2017-05-31 03:45:56

CheapPatzer
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Re: Evil.sh

I had a friend drunkenly boot my laptop and set a BIOS password and then, coming out of his drunken frame of mind, forget the password.

Had to perform a motherboard swap to fix it (this was a business Dell laptop with no BIOS backdoor passwords, and resetting the CMOS didn't remove it).

Last edited by CheapPatzer (2017-05-31 03:46:40)


No caffeine and no chess make CheapPatzer go something something...

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#3 2017-06-06 13:01:01

WSS
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Re: Evil.sh

export EDITOR=/bin/rm

That is absolutely vile.  Pranking is funny, but deleting things, not so much.

I used to set goatse as background pictures, or make the coding teams' speakers randomly blast an annoying MP3 every so often.  The one guy who was in charge of *BSD compatibility knew something was up when I recompiled his kernel with support for his PCI audio card.  big_smile

Other things that aren't quite so mean are exchanging USB dongles for wireless mice, and setting visual themes to resemble "Hot Dog Stand" ala Windows 3.


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#4 2017-06-06 23:28:37

mikho
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Re: Evil.sh

Take a screenshot of the desktop. Set it as background and remove all icons from the desktop. Look from a distance.

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