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Active North Korean IPs

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175.45.178.170
175.45.178.169
175.45.178.161
175.45.178.141
175.45.178.130
175.45.178.129
175.45.177.201
175.45.177.194
175.45.177.193
175.45.177.194
175.45.177.193
175.45.177.62
175.45.177.61
175.45.177.25
175.45.176.12
175.45.178.141
175.45.178.130
175.45.178.129
175.45.176.16 (ns2.kptc.kp)
175.45.176.15 (ns1.kptc.kp)
Chinese block give by N.Korean
210.52.109.1
210.52.109.2
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>>43078414
First?
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/g/ confirmed for being astroturfed by NKIDF in last thread
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so what does it mean
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North Korean IP's? Coo. Am I supposed to give a fuck?
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>>43078433
Great I am, toasting in epic bread.
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>>43078414
they need our liberation
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And this is important why?
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>>43078414
That's it? Those are the only IP addresses in North Korea that can access the internet?
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Who fucking cares
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>>43078485
Yes
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>>43078498
>>43078471
>>43078451
NKIDF plz go
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>>43078498
>>43078471
>>43078451
>>43078448

faggots
>>43075233
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>>43078485
They have 4 /24, but these are apparently the only IPs that are active in those ranges
They do have an intranet though but there's almost no information about it.
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>massive IP address range

Confirmed, North Korea is the best Korea.
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>http://www.friend.com.kp/

They just want to be friends guys ;_;
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>>43078463
Quoting from the previous thread: "No gas no freedom"
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Yerrow submarine time?!
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>>43078556
>/22
>Massive
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>>43078414
So, did anyone scan those IP with nmap in the last thread?
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>>43078606
A few have (or had) some open telnet ports. You can SSH into a few as well.
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Hello NKIDF I am interested in immigrating to best korea for love of statism and loonix I want to work with best korea IT brothers please send info much appreciated ps I dont belong here please Im pretty smart and charming dude
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>>43078414
And 5 of those 22 are still the same
Correct list:

175.45.176.15 (ns1.kptc.kp)
175.45.176.16 (ns2.kptc.kp)
175.45.176.12
175.45.177.25
175.45.177.61
175.45.177.62
175.45.177.193
175.45.177.194
175.45.177.201
175.45.178.129
175.45.178.130
175.45.178.141
175.45.178.161
175.45.178.169
175.45.178.170

Chinese block give by N.Korean
210.52.109.1
210.52.109.2
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>>43078633
What are they using for SSH server?
Do they use OpenSSL?
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All active NK domains:

The official North Korean governmental portal Naenara at: http://www.naenara.com.kp
The website of the Committee for Cultural Relations with Foreign Countries at: http://www.friend.com.kp
The website of the Korea Education Fund at: http://www.koredufund.org.kp
The website of the Korean Central News Agency at: http://www.kcna.kp
The website of the Korea Elderly Care Fund at: http://www.korelcfund.org.kp
The website of the digital edition of the Rodong Sinmun newspaper at: http://www.rodong.rep.kp
The website of the shortwave station Voice of Korea at: http://www.vok.rep.kp
The website of the Korea Sports Fund at: http://www.ksf.com.kp
The website of Air Koryo, a North Korean flying service, at: http://www.airkoryo.com.kp
The website of the Pyongyang Film Festival at: http://www.korfilm.com.kp (English site)
The website of the Pyongyang Broadcasting Station at: http://www.gnu.rep.kp
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>>43078663
>SSH
>OpenSSL

wut
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>>43078708
I didn't mean OpenSSL for SSH, just in general.
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>http://www.friend.com.kp/
>option to change language into English (pic related)
>inspect element
><a href="dummy.html" onclick="if(document.layers) return dropns(event,'document.sub0');return false;">???</a>
>dummy.html

lel we just got rekt
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>>43078558
I honestly have this weird feeling that I'll get v&'d if I visit too many nk sites.
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Uh

So what are you guys planning on doing?
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>>43078724
>>dummy.html
oh god i'm so hurt right now
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>>43078678
lel it's like it's 2004 if you use Konqueror
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>>43078724
Doesn't work for me.
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>>43078734
Turn the Korean peninsula into a wasteland.
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>>43078678
>http://www.gnu.rep.kp
>gnu
>a non-free totalitarian regime mocking freedom

Oh no they didn't!
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look where are located those IP http://www.localiser-ip.com/?ip=175.45.178.170
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>>43078831
They prefer the term "closed source."
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>>43078414
there is currently one North Korean post on /int/
see >>>/int/27276090
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>>43078920
what is going on
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So are we just acting like faggots and all we are doing is
print("telnet %r" % ipaddress) 
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>>43078414
not /g/ here, someone cares to explain me what is going on with these IPs?
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>>43079052
Those are the only active NK IPs from North Korea.
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>>43079069
So how do you use them now?
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>>43078414
USA USA USA
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>>43079093
You can port scan them, and try to SSH in. In the last thread, the connections kept getting closed down by the host, so we continued the thread for the lulz.
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>>43078433
175.45.178.129 asks for a username and password.
Level 15, moite.
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To the guy that wanted OS information, the first part of my nmap scan finished.

Here's the output
http://pastebin.com/qqG4hZbR

Next part will be done in about 30 minutes (or so it says)
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>>43079117
>/g/ breaks into the North Korean government infrastructure
>overrides the ban on citizens internet access
>all government websites automatically redirect to our internet
>they get to see what life is really like on the outside, not what the government has been feeding them
>they decide that life is what they want
>they revolt in anger for being lied to their entire lives
>the North Korean spring is on
>they take down the current government and create a new, freer one
>North Korea is no longer socialist and isolationist
>they finally reunify with South Korea to become one
>Koreans rejoice and party for months

>all because of /g/
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>>43079225
Like normal citizens are allowed to touch computers.

All this to get an NK proxy to shitpost with on /int/?

Joke's on you.
>>>/int/27287680
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>>43079223
>Linux 2.6.X
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>>43079225
>implying their weak and feebled bodies and minds are capable
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>>43078678
Has anyone tried ' or '1'='1 on any of these?
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>>43079225
>implying degeneracy and freedom are good
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>>43079256
My phone is running 2.6 and your post offends me.
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>>43079225
>North Korean spring
nah, its more probable that the people on top get fed up of the kims shit and replace the regime, which could probably be less isolationist and less totalitarian
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Hello newfriends.

Here we go :D
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>>43079289
Funny how you used your freedom of expression to express how much you hate freedom.
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>>43078534
So these are free game for vulnerabilities right?
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>>43079225
>the commie freetards save them
>no longer socialist
what?
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>>43079399
haha epic bro linux is for communists lmoa haha
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>>43079348
I'll always want and try to get freedom for MYSELF, but that doesn't mean I consider it a good thing to give it to everyone like progressive retards like to do.
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>>43079225
>implying more than 0.02% of the people of NK own a connected device
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>>43079324
>U18chan
mah nigga
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>>43079404
What do you think Stallman is?
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>>43079399
>freetards
>communist

Free software is an amalgamation of capitalist, communist and anarchist ideas.
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>>43079414
Shall I bombard their old cisco hilarity with furry porn?
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>>43079361
They could be yes. It would be kinda cool to get access to one of these computers and get access to the intranet. I guess the one who can do that will be in the news for a few days all around the world.
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>>43079425
Yes, but only after giving me a copy of the payload. I need it for research.
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>>43079455
http://kickass.to/e621-site-rip-furry-image-board-t5020088.html

checking ftp connections atm
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>>43079187
Dat cisco
what model
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>bullying one of the last pure societies on earth that are still doing things right

disgusting
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>>43079420
Do you know what communism is?
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>>43079423
>"give me free shit"
>ancap
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>>43079498
>suppressing free speech under penalty of death
>can't criticize your leaders or else you'll be executed

>doing things right

You're probably a national socialist aren't you?
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Why bother in doing this? Do you really think professional IT workers have not already attempted to breach NK remotely?

This thread is pointless and provides nothing significant.
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>>43079577
Hold your horses there big boy.

It's Friday evening and I want something fun to do this weekend.

Is spamming the most closed off country with furry porn not fun for you like it is for me?
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>>43079577
NKIDF detected/
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Someone said before that is was Cisco IOS 12
there's a huge vulnerability that my affect this one
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So has anyone ever scanned any of those IP's in that big list? I'm guessing you would end up in court or with a black bag over your head.
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>>43079600
>So has anyone ever scanned any of those IP's in that big list?
Were you even in the last thread? Telnets and pinging everywhere.
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>>43079600
Dood...

you can use a fucking mxtoolbox to find open ports on these fucking retards networks.
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>>43079225
Just think, /g/ has a chance to create a completely free (as in freedom) country. We could all move there, and elect stallman president. We would lead the nation, and the world into a golden age of open software and government transparency.
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>>43079600
For what? Why would anyone besides the Norks care? It's not like they can do anything either.
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>>43079225
Maybe then I could get a qt 3.14 korean gf. She'd be skinny at least.
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>>43079577
How's the weather in Pyongyang, Bae?
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what am i supposed to do with this info...? (im no hacker or anything)
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>>43079618
we could make the logos and propaganda, and let others do the important stuff
amirite?
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http://175.45.178.129/level/17/exec
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Guys, if you crack their security, the people in charge of their IT will probably be put to death or be sent to death camps.
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>>43079623

I'm talking about the list that had all the US military bases and shit like NASA.
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>>43079645
Clover OS is still alive. Kinda.
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>>43079647
Got a screenshot of that?
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>>43079652
Not my problem.
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>>43079653
Just make sure to be behind 7 skelingtons when you do it
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let the free software ritual begin
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>>43079668
yep thats the 4chan spirit
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>>43079225
>the thirty-four people in North Korea with a computer get to see
>they assume it to be imperialist propaganda, and/or vanish overnight along with their entire family
>everything carries on as before
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>>43079647
dood, help me get into this fucking ftp
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Why does north korea even need an IP address block if nobody there can afford to keep the lights on.
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>>43079652
Repeat until Kim is the only survivor
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>>43079703
>Computers aren't even on
kek
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>>43079676
I imagine this song playing during it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HkD8VfkmvRs
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>>43079680
what ip
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>>43079713
They have a CLI visualized in their head and know every response by heart. They are far more advanced than you.
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>>43079713
They're obviously still writing the video driver.
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>>43079647
lol your not fooling anyone.

the level 15 referes to a cisco password type not a actual fucking level

go home your 12
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>>43079713
Computer, not computers. Either there's a mirror or they have actually mirrored that lady+computer+green basket+stuffed bear-setup
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somebody loop this through the exec levels lel

http://175.45.178.129/level/exec/17/show/version/CR

source:
https://github.com/rapid7/metasploit-framework/blob/master/modules/auxiliary/scanner/http/cisco_ios_auth_bypass.rb
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>>43079729
>Bae, you must persuade them not to go any further! If they breach our cheap security, we're finished!
>Bae, if you do not convince them to stop within the next 30 minutes, Dear Leader will be disappointed, and you know what happens to those who disappoint Dear Leader.
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http://www.gnu.rep.kp/PYB_player/FlashPlayer10.1.52.14.zip :^)
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Now this is the 4chan I remember and love.

>Godspeed anons
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Can I get v& for sshing (or some other shit) into one of these IP's?
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>>43079763
That's obviously a mirror, you can see the frame
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>>43079776
>4m download for 4mb zip
fucking koreans
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>>43079713
lel, at first glance that looked like bird poo on her clothes.
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>>43079729
>Being this korean.
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>>43079729
see

level refers to a cisco privilige level you tool. I have no background in security either
>>43079773
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>>43079787
You'll have the blood of 3 NKs on your hands but no. It's not American and what the fuck can they honestly do to you? Their tech is in the fucking 90s.
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>>43079779

This. Best fucking thread since the Zimmerman trial.
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1 of these are IP of the Missile Control server. Find it.
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>>43079773
sry,
http://175.45.178.129/level/exec/17/show/version/CR

didn't copypaste
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ITT /g/ gets people killed.
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FFS
http://175.45.178.129/level/17/exec/show/version/CR

I get so excited when these threads.
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>>43079811
Launch a missile into Seoul and prepare for the shitstorm.
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>>43079825
/b/ drives people to suicide.
/g/ drives ICBMs to Seoul.
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I'm about to start "not feeling well" so I can go home and get in on this

>burn the system down
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>>43079828
>>43079808
>>43079811
>>43079825

How long do you guys think it'll take to upload about 40gb of furry porn to their ftp?
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>>43079825
Chinks aren't people.
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Lol let's false flag Australia
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>>43079831
>implying the Norks have functional ICBMs
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>>43079831
>I bet the South Koreans did this!
>That's it, they have tested me long enough!
>Nuke the bastards!

ITT: /g/ starts WWIII.
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>>43079837
Idk where the ftp server is, the other guy didn't say the IP, and I have absolutely no idea on how to bypass FTP authentication
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>>43079837
>12hrs on their shit teir server
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I don't really know why, but this whole thread is the funniest shit I've seen in a while
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>>43079837
It would take a year and a half.
>>43079866
>Implying there is a haxor on /g/ good enough to breach their outdated security.
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>>43079878
I'm about to get fired for power lurking
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>>43079866
>mfw /g/ _ACTUALLY_ starts WWIII
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>>43079866
The Norks are just as likely to nuke themselves through shear incompetence. That's even assuming the warhead detonates.
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>>43079828
loop it through privilege levels 17-99 please idk how to curl
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>>43079891
>>43079868
just backtrace the consequences :D
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>>43079878
It's fresh m8. I hope something huge happens.
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>>43078471
nothing on /g/ is that important.
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>>43078471
>4chins
>Important

I thin you have the world confused
>>
Is anyone actually making any headway?
Has anyone gotten any furry porn on their servers yet?
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>>43079841
>they don't have a bunch of nukes
>north korea doesn't have a bunch of nukes
No MAD reasoning! Go go go!
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>>43079923
I thin you should back to best korea fgt.
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does anybody done something with those IP adress ?
>>
Find the Missile Control Servers already and set the Nukes flying off to Australia.

Don't worry, you can regret it later.
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Just try to ssh into the servers I mean the password cant be that hard its probably "ilovedearleader69" or something similar
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Guarantee you the gubbament is watching this thread.

Anyway, eta on that furry porn?
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>>43079896
Pretty much this. Anyone remember that missile they "launched"? Lets just say it didnt go very far.Failed Missile Launch Ends In Explosion: http://youtu.be/T7KBF7kk1DM
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>>43079981
itt /g/ is being impatient

Would you all calm your tits.

This isn't the fucking movies.
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>>43079703
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>>43079967
>Nukes fall on the desert and kill 2 kangaroos
Oh no
>>43079981
They're watching every day so nothing special about this.
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>>43080003
B-Be sure to include some Scappo in there

Best artist 2014
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>>43079985
That's Russia you retard.
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>>43079825
I hope not.
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ssh 175.45.178.129 -l root

Run that from your VPS.
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>>43079896
>ICBM LAUNCH IN T-MINUS 3... 2... 1...
>"Heh heh, Seoul long, suckers!"
>*all power abruptly shuts off*
>"What happened?!"
>"Looks like the backup generators ran out of power, Dear Leader!"
>"NO! This is the EIGHTH TIME THIS HAS HAPPENED! *sigh* I wish we could afford a better source of power than hamsters."
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>>43080009
Do you think the government uses 4chan X? Makes watching threads a ton easier.

Maybe their own extension?
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>>43080007
>that dell dimensions
kek
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>>43079980
Their password is probably in illegible (to us) Korean characters.
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They probably haven't fixed the heartbleed bug in OpenSSL, we should try and exploit it.
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>>43080027
>Seoul long
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>>43080022
>>vps
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>>43080013
Only pretending ;^)
North Korean missile failed after launch: http://youtu.be/eBoeQirwMr0
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>>43080031
They think they're monitoring 4chainz for specific words like terrorism and then lurk specific threads if there is anything of interest.
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>>43080057
They probably haven't updated to a recent enough version of OpenSSL to even have the bug.

In fact, they may not have ever updated to use OpenSSL in the first place.
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>>43080063
>terrorism
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>>43079256
2.6 is still maintained, latest version is 2.6.32.63, came out 2014-06-18
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>>43079636
They have 1-2 IP blocks for all of North Korea(that we know of), every skid in the Western Hemisphere has likely already tried and failed with the same techniques which would be suggested ITT.


Nmap
Metasploit
Bruteforce

Na
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>>43080027
>>"Heh heh, Seoul long, suckers!"
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>>43080082
Oh I don't know man I'm not an NSA agent it's just seems like the easiest way of monitoring and controlling this website.
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>>43079676
That's just so sad.
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>>43079225
how many people in NK even have access to their intranet?

their country is so shit many places don't even have power
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>>43080059
What?
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>>43080109
>No OpenVAS
>No homemade fuzzers
Shig.
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>>43080135
Don't worry, some kid thinks hes being clever and somehow knows better when he actually has no idea what hes talking about.
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>>43080009
>Nukes fall on the desert and kill 2 kangaroos

It's not like Britain didn't nuke it a few times themselves anyway.
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>>43080155
>nukes fall on desert
>because of glorious North Korean engineering, they don't even detonate
>only leave a small crater
>>
ssh-1.99-cisco-1.25
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>>43079967
>mfw Australia was originally an Alcatraz where prisoners were shipped off to to die because everything in Australia (even the trees) can kill you and it's secluded from the eatrh
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>>43080178
IT'S HABBENING!!
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>>43080178
What does it mean and why my cursor turned into vertical line made of dots.
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>>43080178
>ssh-1.99-cisco-1.25
Seriously ?
This shit is full of old vulns.
Anyone tried the default passes at least ?
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>>43080202
>Anyone tried the default passes at least ?
I hope somebody have enough balls to do this.
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>implying that American intelligence hasn't already broken into these IPs and silently fixed any exploits to prevent others from doing the same
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>>43080202
I'm trying right now.

Someone wake up a sk and ask them what old people use for passwords
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>>43080199
It means your graphics card is fucked.
>>
>ITT /g/ makes The Road Warrior a reality

>mfw we fuck up and accidentally nuke Glorius Nippon
>weebs and moeshitposters die out within months
>4chan becomes the place of prosperity and intelligence it was always meant to be
>>
>>43080222
Why would they fix their enemy's security?
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>>43080225
love, sex, secret
>>
Welcome back 4chan

*tips fedora*
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>>43080236
To prevent people like us from doing stupid shit like this and potentially causing a crisis
>>
Oh man
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>>43080222
You're giving too much credit to the American Intel community.
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>>43080236
Same reason BotKillers are a thing on >HF.
Sharing is painful.
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So what's going on right now? Someone is uploading furry porn to an ftp or something?
>>
Is the second part of the scan done, anon?
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>>43080247
Would His Glorious Leader care to change his password?
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>>43079703
This is so, so sad if anyone knows the story.

They pretend the computers work so they won't be put in camps.
That's right.
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175.45.178.129
=============
22/tcp open ssh
23/tcp open telnet
80/tcp open http
135/tcp filtered msrpc
139/tcp filtered netbios-ssn
443/tcp open https
445/tcp filtered microsoft-ds
593/tcp filtered http-rpc-epmap
4444/tcp filtered krb524
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>>43080276
Nothing really. Some guys pinged NK servers and bunch of faggots is getting all excited about nothing. I still hope something interesting happens.
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>>43080323
Go for it, 4chan, glorious thread
>>
>>43080323
Please scan the https port, I want to know what are they using for SSL
>>
username: ???
pw:????? ???
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>>43080265
Oh, HF.
>>
>>43080325
we got telnet working here
>>43080323
We still need the login thoguh
>>
>>43080354
inb4 WW3
>>
>>43080323
We need to find that telnet login
>>
>>43080354
>????? ???

Sounds legit
>>
>>43080365
>we got telnet working here
The thing I fear the most is that the moment someone cracks this bitch open, NK will chicken out and get their servers offline.
>>
>>43080339
I would but I can't get proxify to work with nmap
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>>43080354
>administrator
>glorious leaders

lolno
>>
175.45.177.25

53/udp open|filtered domain

| dns-client-subnet-scan:

|_ ERROR: dns-client-subnet-scan.domain was not specified

67/udp open|filtered dhcps

68/udp open|filtered dhcpc

88/udp open|filtered kerberos-sec

123/udp open ntp NTP v4

| ntp-info:

|_ receive time stamp: 2014-07-18T23:35:20

135/udp open|filtered msrpc

136/udp open|filtered profile

137/udp open|filtered netbios-ns

138/udp open|filtered netbios-dgm

139/udp open|filtered netbios-ssn

161/udp open snmp Cisco SNMP service

|_snmp-hh3c-logins: TIMEOUT

|_snmp-win32-shares: TIMEOUT

162/udp open|filtered snmptrap

445/udp open|filtered microsoft-ds

4500/udp open|filtered nat-t-ike

6970/udp open|filtered unknown

6971/udp open|filtered unknown

7000/udp open|filtered afs3-fileserver

28840/udp open|filtered unknown

28973/udp open|filtered unknown

29078/udp open|filtered unknown
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>>43080233
>mfw we fuck up and accidentally nuke Glorius Nippon

/g/ sets Akira in motion.
>>
>>43080404
yes, we've all done the port scans.

we're trying to get the fucking ssh credentials
>>
>>43080398
What if they don't notice
>>
>>43080404
>DHCP on a public IP

North Korea have their own ideas on how to do things.
>>
>>43080437
This.
Even if we're being being blatantly obvious and loud, it's not like they have IDSs or skilled people monitoring at midnight GMT.
>>
>>43080414
ARASHI
GAREKI
HONOO KAKERA
MACHI TATSUMAKI
CHINKARA HIKARI
YATSURA MATSURI SORA NAKAMA HASHIRU

RASSERA RASSERA RASSERASSE RASSERARASSERA RASSERA RASSERASSE RASSERARASSERA RASSERA RASSERASSE RASSERARASSERA RASSERA RASSERASSE RASSERARASSERA RASSERA RASSERASSE RASSERARASSERA RASSERA RASSERASSE RASSERARASSERA RASSERA RASSERASSE RASSERARASSERA RASSERA RASSERASSE RASSERARASSERA RASSERA RASSERASSE RASSERARASSERA RASSERA RASSERASSE RASSERARASSERA RASSERA RASSERASSE RASSERARASSERA RASSERA RASSERASSE RASSERARASSERA RASSERA RASSERASSE RASSERARASSERA RASSERA RASSERASSE RASSERARASSERA RASSERA RASSERASSE RASSERARASSERA RASSERA RASSERASSE RASSERARASSERA RASSERA RASSERASSE RASSERARASSERA RASSERA RASSERASSE RASSERARASSERA RASSERA RASSERASSE RASSERARASSERA RASSERA RASSERASSE RASSERARASSERA RASSERA RASSERASSE RASSERARASSERA RASSERA RASSERASSE RASSERARASSERA RASSERA RASSERASSE RASSERARASSERA RASSERA RASSERASSE RASSERARASSERA RASSERA RASSERASSE RASSERARASSERA RASSERA RASSERASSE RASSERARASSERA RASSERA RASSERASSE RASSERARASSERA RASSERA RASSERASSE RASSERARASSERA RASSERA RASSERASSE RASSERARASSERA RASSERA RASSERASSE RASSERARASSERA RASSERA RASSERASSE RASSERARASSERA RASSERA RASSERASSE RASSERARASSERA RASSERA RASSERASSE RASSERARASSERA RASSERA RASSERASSE RASSERARASSERA RASSERA RASSERASSE RASSERARASSERA RASSERA RASSERASSE RASSERARASSERA RASSERA RASSERASSE RASSERARASSERA RASSERA RASSERASSE RASSERARASSERA RASSERA RASSERASSE RASSERARASSERA RASSERA RASSERASSE RASSERARASSERA RASSERA RASSERASSE RASSERARASSERA RASSERA RASSERASSE RASSERARASSERA RASSERA RASSERASSE RASSERARASSERA RASSERA RASSERASSE RASSERA
>>
ncrack yolo

I love you if nk comes and wisks me away.
>>
>>43080082
>>43080121
no, they look for much more extreme keywords like "linux" and "privacy"
>>
>>43080439
tomorrow in Pyongyang Times: massive hacking attempt by imperialist america deflected by glorious leader alone
>>
>>43080404
>6970/udp open|filtered unknown
>6971/udp open|filtered unknown

NK confirmed Bittorrent. Wonder what the download.
>>
>>43080461
I'm sure there were some NK shills in the previous thread. I'm sure as fuck they're watching us right now.
>>
>>43080414
>july 2014
shit
>>
>>43080486
Japanese tentacle porn
>>
>>43080490
>Anyone from NK being allowed on 4chan

It boggles the very mind.
>>
>>43080473
I believe in you.
>>
someone turn on the webserver on one of these things???
>>
>>43080510
>remove apache
>install nginx

thank me later, north korea
>>
I think I remember something about exploiting a daemon, does anyone know what that means?
>>
>>43080536
Go read Paradise Lost.
>>
I made a program to scan all the IP's in the original post; shall I post the results?
>>
Look at all the niggardry in this thread.

>>43080551
no.
>>
>>43080495
Eh?
>>
>>43080551

/g/ wants credentials

but sure
>>
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YOU NEED STOP CONNECT TO SERVER

SERVER ACCESS FORBIDDEN OK

NOT ALLOW TO CONNECT TO SERVER

GO AWAY OK
>>
>>43080536
>daemon
Go back to /x/. kek
>>43080551
yes
>>
>>43080551
Do I have to say, every 5 posts, that scans aren't necessary anymore?

We already know the open ports. We just need to get in.
>>
>>43080551
Yeah, why not.
>>
>>43080500
see >>>/int/27276090
>>
>>43080564
I want to believe
>>
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The telnet on 175.45.178.129 reacts strangely to long usernames.

This begs for fuzzing. Anyone on Linux with a msfconsole on hand ?
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>>43080567
You expect /g/ to know anything about anything? Or even be aware of what is going on?
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>>43080564
>>43080577
>I want to believe
>>
>>43080590
Just do it in a VM retard.
>>
>>43080590
I'm setting one up atm.
>>
>>43080608
I don't have one, genius.
>>
>>43080590
are u using vpn
>>
>>43080618
That's when people set them up, friend.
>>
>>43080565
But I thought Daemons controlled port activity
>>
https://www.thc.org/thc-hydra/

Brute-force?
>>
>>43080638
More like paranormal activity.
>>
>>43080648
Hey look, the first post which actually has an idea of what to try! It only took /g/ about two hundred posts. We've looked at ports and IP addresses over and over though.
>>
>>43080626
I don't trust VPNs, so I'm strict chaining ~ -> Tor -> Open proxies in Indonesia ->

It works even on 4chan.
>>
>>43080648
Already tried that, you think any of those have korean input?

fuck
>>
>>43080657
A daemon is a program that runs as a background process (e.g., a MySQL server).
>>
>>43080414
>it's July 2014

>Neon Genesis Evangelion takes place in 2015
>the futuristic segment of Back To The Future II takes place in 2015
>Akira takes place in 2019
>Blade Runner also takes place in 2019
>Dark Angel also takes place in 2019

>tfw we are literally in the same decade as our loved futuristic sci-fi fiction
>>
>>43080657
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daemon_(computing)
>>
Fucking niggers you can't write a simple brute force program with Korean characters.
>>
>>43080590
Try 102 characters in a row since it's been 102 years since Kim Il Sung was born!
>>
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I can barely contain my happiness
>>
>>43080673
At least Ghost in the Shell chose a more reasonable time frame.
>>
>>43080672
I know m8 I was making fun of you.
>>
>>43079280

What does that mean?
>>
>>43080648
their internet is 100% shit and we dont have korean word list, etc
>>
>>43079280
>being this new
>>
So, what happens if I fire up nmap and try to portscan these niggers?

Do I get a medal of honor, or do I get v&?
>>
>>43080700
I'm not sure how that's applicable here, but they're referring to SQL injection.
>>
>>43080663
You stupid pretentious fuck. You think you're so smart because you know what a bruteforce is ?

They have cardboard connections, it'd take forever. And you can't guarantee they aren't using an exotic charset.

Faggot.
>>
>>43080707
>do I get v&
The only people getting v& today are the NK sysadmins.
>>
>>43080707
We all have already, you can try it too. Just remember that we've already seen what you're looking up.
>>
>>43080711
>implying they are using an exotic charset.
>>
>>43080707
Jesus fuck! Read the fucking thread
>>
>mfw all the might of /g/ is foiled by moonrunes
>>
>>43080728
>??? ?? ??
>>
>>43080707
Nothing happens man. Nobody gives a fuck about kim dong whatever and his small dick syndrome.
>>
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>>43080711
Thanks for saying what I don't have time to say.
>>
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Just a poll, how many people use Kali in this thread?
>>
>>43080673
>Metal Gear Solid 4 was in 2014
>>
>>43080752
I have a Debian with Kali's repos at pref -1 in my sources.list
I guess that counts.
>>
>>43080711
>implied posters in this thread value their time
>implied attacks with multiple charsets can't be tried
>>
>>43080673
This was Shanghai in 1990...
>>
IMPERIALIST PIG

STOP

THIS IS WARNING

DEATH AND SUFFERING BECOME YOU

LONG LIVE THE GREAT LEADER
>>
>>43080786
>>43080673
...and this is Neo-Shanghai in 2014.
>>
>>43080797
A real NK poster would fill out the name and email field
>>
>>43080771
>UTF8 with korean
>Assuming pass of len 6
>One chance in 2^(2*6)
>50 tries/s
Do the math. It would take approximately fucking forever. And I'm being REALLY optimistic with the numbers.
>>
>>43080786
>>43080802
It is wrong if I like the 90's photo? It looks comphy
>>
>>43080752
Fuck off
>>
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So what's happened up to now?

>got ip's
>did nmap scan
>telnet into remote device

Now what's happening?
>>
Brute forcing is worthless. Try and exploit open ports instead. Read & analyze the packets and send back simulated data.
>>
>>43080823
Pretty much that, but over and over. I'm guessing what happens next is what you just said.
>>
>>43080823
Trying to explain to /g/ that hacking doesn't take 15 fucking minutes.

fucking fuck
>>
>>43080823
we need credentials. We can't get them because not only is there no nork word lists, but even if we tried there are so many characters and phrases that it would take an eternity longer than if it was English.
>>
Wat happened to lanbang69??
>>
>>43079828
sorry im networking noob, what is the significance of this? I tried connecting to 175.45.178.129 but it asked for a password, is this some kind of workaround or something?
>>
>>43080823
now you're being put on a whole host of watchlists for directly contacting communist computers and their users
>>
>>43080861
>>43080847
I'm still here.

Anyone requesting information on usernames and passwords will need to wait.

I'm working on it.
>>
>>43080809
Fuck that, 175.45.176.9 is still using Linux 2.6.X. I bet some of the government servers are too. Are there any known vuln's?
>>
>>43080823
I hope something happens soon it's 2am here and I'm getting sleepy.
>>
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>>43080802
Reminds me of Niihama from GITS.
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Just sit back and watch guys, I'm on it.
>>
>>43080875
Oh nice, someone from CET.
>>
>>43080863
I am most likely already on a watchlist. Most of us are.
>>
>>43080874
Depends on the X.
I'm pretty sure 2.6 is stable or at least oldstable, so maintened by Greg KH
>>
>>43080874
>2.6.x
>Known vulns
Jesus what are you, stupid?
>>
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>>43080890
>>remember folks, it's not hacking unless it's green text on a black screen
>>
>>43080890
>HackingTheGibson.jpg
>>
>>43080894
Why aren't you using a VPN or something of the like?
>>
/b/ would have this bitch cracked in minutes
>>
>>43080890
>green
on black
>>
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>>43080909
>>
We need a new thread.
>>
>>43080590
speaking of long usernames, wouldn't NK servers be vulnerable to heartbleed?
>>
>>43080924
Then make one.
>>
>>43080924
Why? This one looks like it was a fucking waste of time filled with clueless retards.
>>
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>>43080918
>>
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>>43080909
brb, starting a thread on /b/
>>
>>43080891
i guess that there are always people from CET online, myself included
>>
Op start a new thread
>>
>>43080935
to have more fags on it... thx you !
>>
>>43080924
>>43080939
>>
>>43080933
>My worthlessness > their worthlessness
Threadly remember that fun is, in fact, allowed.
>>
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>>43080909
They can't do anything other than start up LOIC.
>>
>>43080907
>>
>>43080933
It's not like the other threads are any different.
>>
>>43080890
>tree /

That's what I do at work to look busy
>>
>>43080895
>>43080899
Kinda
>>
In June 2000, while visiting Korea, I did a fun hack that clearly illustrates the original and true meaning of the word "hacker".

I went to lunch with some GNU fans, and was sitting down to eat some tteokpaekki (*), when a waitress set down six chopsticks right in front of me. It occurred to me that perhaps these were meant for three people, but it was more amusing to imagine that I was supposed to use all six. I did not know any way to do that, so I realized that if I could come up with a way, it would be a hack. I started thinking. After a few seconds I had an idea.

First I used my left hand to put three chopsticks into my right hand. That was not so hard, though I had to figure out where to put them so that I could control them individually. Then I used my right hand to put the other three chopsticks into my left hand. That was hard, since I had to keep the three chopsticks already in my right hand from falling out. After a couple of tries I got it done.

Then I had to figure out how to use the six chopsticks. That was harder. I did not manage well with the left hand, but I succeeded in manipulating all three in the right hand. After a couple of minutes of practice and adjustment, I managed to pick up a piece of food using three sticks converging on it from three different directions, and put it in my mouth.

It didn't become easy—for practical purposes, using two chopsticks is completely superior. But precisely because using three in one hand is hard and ordinarily never thought of, it has "hack value", as my lunch companions immediately recognized. Playfully doing something difficult, whether useful or not, that is hacking.
>>
>>43081037
I agree with whoever wrote what you copypasted.
Would eat lunch with / 10
>>
>>43081037
tl;dr: he made an ass out of him self with 6 chopsticks.
>>
>>43081068
That was RMS.
>>
>>43081037
I smell autism. Is it from stallman.org?
>>
>>43081081
I-I maintain what I said.
>>
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>>43081120
>>
virtualbox is being utterly fucking retarded.

fuck this fucking shitty ass shit
>>
awaiting the fucking north korean rainbow table
look up some exploits for the cisco already
>>
I'm investigating the kerberosd
>>
I'll link it again, check it

https://github.com/rapid7/metasploit-framework/blob/master/modules/auxiliary/scanner/http/cisco_ios_auth_bypass.rb
>>
>>43081288
>>43080939
>>
>>43079711
Laughed my as off at this
>>
>>43079676
We call this dance GNUstep
>>
>>43080486
Are those ports? I don't understand shit about networking, but would it be possible to feed any file through those ports?
>>
>>43081633
b8
>>
>>43080669
We just need korean wordlists. There are programs in Kali we can use.
>>
>>43080560
the image is of tokyo being bombed in july 2014

it is currently july 2014

it's happening
>>
>>43080809
What? I did the math. It'd take 81.92s. Did I do something wrong in the math?
>>
>>43080711
Can we check the source code ib the webpages, maybe they left credentials there?
>>
>>43081656
I'm being serious. I'm retarded when it comes to networking.
>>
>>43080400
proxychains4 or socat
>>
>>43079642
install Red Star OS `
>>
>>43079774
>Compaq
>not Longsoon Yeeelong Pro
Do they even computa?
>>
>>43079729
>your
>>
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Congratulations, you've all been approved to be part of the American Cyber-troops task force.
>>
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>>43082704
>>
Do we havae an IRC set up yet?
>>
>>43082801
set a channel up
>>
>>43082801
join #/g/bestkorea on rizon
>>
new thread here
>>43082881
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