AllUc.org – THE Place To Watch All Your Favorite TV Shows & Movies. FREE!!

22 10 2007

If you haven’t heard of it yet, you will. allUc.org is THE place to find all your favorite TV Shows, Cartoons, Movies, Music Videos, Sports Videos and more for FREE!! Just imagine, no more fiddleing with bittorrent or usenet, all your video needs are just a click away where you can watch anything online completely free of charge AND free from the long arm of the law.

Take a look at a little sample of their links:

Cartoons Shows Anime Movies Music Sport Docu
Southpark Friends Yu Gi Ho 13 going on 30 Eminem High Stakes Poke.. Ross Kemp on gan..
Family Guy America\’s Next .. Pokemon Blow Justin Timberlake WrestleMania 23 Episodes
Simpsons, The Sex Guide (Must .. Naruto Simpsons Movie, .. Christina Aguile.. High Stakes Poke.. HBO: Thin (2006)
Justice League Prison Break Yu Gi Ho GX Talladega Knights Pussy Cat Dolls Slam Dunk Contest Dark Side of Por..
Futurama Peep Show FullMetal Alchem.. A walk to rememb.. Cascada Funny Moments Skinheads USA: S..
Banned Cartoons Scrubs Dragon Ball Z Number 23, The Beyonce World Series Of .. 2012 – The Futur..
X-Men Evolution CSI Yu Yu Hakusho Superbad Linkin Park Greatest Fights Secret Societies

And that’s just the tip of the iceberg. AllUc.org aggregates ALL this video content (copyright or not) via members submitting links. Its quite a novel idea because AllUc is at least twice removed from any liability for any of those pesky legal issues related to posting copyrighted material on the net. They sum this up best in their disclaimer:

Disclaimer

The author is not responsible for any contents linked or referred to from his pages – If any damage occurs by the use of information presented there, only the author of the respective pages might be liable, not the one who has linked to these pages.
Allfg.org and Alluc.org doesn’t host any content

All Allfg.org/Alluc.org does is linking to content that was uploaded to popular Online Video hosting sites like dailymmotion.com/Youtube. All youtube/dailymotion users signed a contract with the sites when they set up their accounts wich forces them not to upload illegal content. By clicking on any Links to videos while surfing on Allfg.org you leave Allfg.org, Allfg.org cant take the responsibility for any content hosted on other sites.

Its brilliant!! Now go there and watch some free anything.

Big ups to the peeps over at allUc.org and their generous members.





RNC Got FARKED!! (Pix)

11 10 2007

A friend passed this one to me and I just couldn’t resist passing it on:

[via] Fark Logo
The Republicans unveiled their new national convention logo. Design something better in five minutes.
KellyLockhart [TotalFark]

The ‘O’fficial design

THEN THE FUN STARTS!!  Here are my favorites so far.

 200 yrs of tradition by Godscrack

WWRJD? by butthold

And those are just two of many many entries that all deserve to win.  Go see them all here: 
http://forums.fark.com/cgi/fark/comments.pl?IDLink=3112814

nJoy L8s





Dial DIR-ECT-IONS

19 09 2007

Check it out.

Dial DIR-ECT-IONS

Free directions when you call in and they send you a txt msg!!

Nice





Free Download For Hackers: Immunity Debugger

8 08 2007

A pentesting company called Immunity has released an amazing debugging application that is totally free of charge.  Supposedly it will cut down the time it takes to find an exploit in any given application by %50.  I don’t know if that is true, but it certainly has all the bells and whistles of a non-free debugger like IDA Pro.

Here’s the Download Link: IMMUNITY : Debugger

Dan Goodin had this to say in “The Register“, about my new favorite app:

The folks at Immunity, a company specializing in tools for penetration testing, have released a free application advertised to streamline the development of software exploits.

Immunity Debugger, as the app is called, will cut exploit development time by half, according to this product announcement. The debugger is designed with malware writers in mind, providing a rich GUI, powerful scripting language and connectivity to fuzzers and exploit development tools.

The program gives developers the option of using command line or GUI depending on the task at hand, and runs plug-ins written in Python by third-party developers.

In my opinion this could replace OllyDbg!!  No offense to those hardcore OllyDbg fans out there, but you should give Immunity Debugger a whirl just to see how powerful it really is.

N00B Alert – Debuggers and disassembler’s are used for “cracking” apps, as well as finding malicious exploits.  I expect that Immunity Debugger will be just as useful for cracking as anything else, if not more.  Of course you need to have the right assembly code set to really utilize the extra speed promised by Immunity Debugger.

I’ll see what I can do about finding some tutorials in the near future.  If my gut instinct is correct, this is gonna become a staple for most hackers out there (White, Grey or Black Hat).





World’s Largest Breasts (NSFW PIX)

3 08 2007

Breasts, Tits, Boobs, Fun Bags, whatever you like to call em, we all like to look at em.  Thanks to Linkswarm (see button link on right), TMBBITW can now direct you to the “World’s Largest Breasts“.

Just follow this link: The World’s Largest Breasts (via) Body Philosophy

Here’s an except that just made me laugh my ass off: 

It’s good to have ambition: becoming the first female president… learning to speak nine languages… or, you know, possessing the largest breasts on the planet. The following ladies apparently never met a bag of saline or silicone they didn’t want to take home […]

Click the link and read the article to see the tittays!!

Big ups to Body Philosophy for putting together this AWESOME collection!!





Point n’ Click Gmail hacking With Wi-Fi (via) TG Daily and Blackhat

3 08 2007

For everyone out there that keeps commenting on “How To Hack Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo, etc etc”  (MOM), here’s a great article on hacking into a gmail account WITHOUT using fake login screens or any of that pesky hard work.  TG Daily has this great article, “Point and click Gmail hacking at Black Hat” that gives you a peek into the latest and greatest way to get into someone else’s email account.

Here’s an excerpt:

[…] The attack is actually quite simple. First Graham needs to be able to sniff data packets and in our case the open Wi-Fi network at the convention fulfilled that requirement. He then ran Ferret to copy all the cookies flying through the air. Finally, Graham cloned those cookies into his browser – in easy point-and-click fashion – with a home-grown tool called Hamster.

[…] But if that wasn’t scary enough, Graham told us that he can even log in the next day or possibly several days later into the Gmail account.  “I can just copy the data to a file and replay it later.  I’ve been able to log into Gmail accounts one day later,” said Graham.

Since the attack relies on sniffing traffic, using SSL or some type of encryption (like a VPN tunnel) would stop Graham in his tracks.  However, many people browsing at public wireless hotspots don’t use such protections.

“You’re an idiot if you use T-Mobile hotspot,” said Graham.

I personally love the last comment there from Graham… just sayin.

In my mind I see this type of hack working on any web based email client that uses cookies to auto-login.  Also, you can probably just use FireFox’s “Add-n-Edit” cookies, instead of Grahams app called Hamster.  As for Wi-Fi sniffing, if you don’t know how to do this or what apps to do it with, just use Google to search it out, or visit Remote Exploit and grab a copy of BackTrack2.

One last note, read the friggin article. CLICK THE SOURCE – PLZ kthx.

There, let’s hug it out bitches!!!





On: Tech Republic’s “10 Things You Can Do When Windows XP Won’t Boot”

1 08 2007

Tech Republic has a great little article, even if its a bit old, for those of us that need a little help when it comes to WinXP. The article, entitled “10 things you can do when Windows XP won’t boot” written by Greg Shultz, is just what it claims to be.  My article here will dive a little deeper into the instructions posted in Shultz’s article, including some insights of my own and some extra tools that might help.

To be perfectly honest, I have learned all I know about “Windows troubleshooting” from trial and error while poking around WinXP for shits n giggles.  This means that I made alot of self imposed of cock ups, wasted months of time, experienced hair pulling frustration, and had too many complete drive reformats and re-installations to number.  Hence the interest in this article for anyone out there, who doesn’t have the time or patience to dick around with Windows for hours on end.

Here’s a peek at Greg Shultz’s list of ten. (My Comments are in parenthases)

Source – Tech Republic

  1. Use a Windows startup disk (The article was written in ’06.  So replace “floppy disc” with USB stick, or any removable media that you don’t mind wiping clean to use as a boot device and “startup disk”, including a CD-R if you want to waste one.)
  2. Use Last Known Good Configuration (Ok, I dunno about you, but I have never seen regular old OEM PC, WinXP boot screen with this text on it, “Please select the operating system to start“.  Most OEM systems (PC’s like Dell, HP, anything that you didn’t build yourself) will start with a screen that shows their logo while the BIOS is telling your system what to do.  Usually in this screen, before you see the Windows Logo/boot screen, you get a logo in the center and some F# options, like F8, that you can use before the system executes the boot sequence set in the BIOS.  Note: Some OEM systems do have different selections for different buttons, but they will tell you what they do on the screen.  You will see them, the options, either in the upper right hand corner of the screen or at the bottom, usually in gray letters)
  3. Use System Restore (Note: Sometimes Ctrl-Alt-Del won’t work to restart your system, you may have to do a “hard restart” by holding down the “power button” either on your tower or wherever it is on your laptop, and hold it until the system powers down.  There may even be times when a hard restart won’t work, which means you are pretty screwed, the absolute last resort is to pull the power plug.  However, most modern PC’s will succumb to the hard restart.)
  4. Use Recovery Console (This is really just a start point for many of the following “Things You Can Do“, as there is no explanation of what to do after you get the recovery console started.)
  5. Fix A Corrupt Boot.ini (Note: Won’t work if you F’d up a GRUB bootloader by wipeing a partition without fixing the GRUB partition map first, a personal experience of mine.)
  6. Fix A Corrupt Partition Boot Sector  (The functionality of this one may depend on just how many partitions you have.  Windows doesn’t allow for more than 9 (I think), and if you have more than two OS’s… lets just say I had a problem with this one. GRUB problem can also screw this one up.)
  7. Fix A Corrupt Master Boot Record (Same problems as 5 and 6)
  8. Restore From Backup (In my opinion, this is your best option.  Of course, not all people regularly backup their systems with Norton Ghost or whatever back up software anyone likes.  However, even if you haven’t been backing up your windows partition, you can still retrieve information, or even copy whole partitions, with a live CD like UBCD, Hiren’s Boot CD, or even a linux distro like BackTrack2)
  9. Disable Automatic Restart (Damn good idea.)
  10. Perform An In-Place Upgrade (Also known as a repair install.  You might get full functionality back with this and you may not, but at least you will have access to your data.  Oh, and depending on how up to date your Windows XP install disc is, you might wind up having to re-update to SP2 as well as other updates that were applied that are not on your disc.  Note: The GRUB problem described before will also screw this up.)

*I mentioned a couple tools up there in my comments, I’ll supply links after the jump.

From what I can tell there doesn’t seem to be any order of which things you should try first when your XP won’t boot.  In my opinion your easiest point and click options, in the order of what you should probably try first, are numbers 2, 3 and 10.  Number 9 is really just a good thing to do.  Now if you are a bit more adventurous, or knowledgeable, you can try the other options.  Number one is really just to get access to your windows partition.  However, if the start disk works, you will know that the files you copied from another  system (boot.ini, NTLDR and ntdetect.com) are involved with the problem on your system AND that your MBR (master boot record) is probably ok.  So then you’ll wanna try fixing your boot.ini file, number 5 in the list, which requires that you know how to do number 4.  However, if your start disc from number one doesn’t work, then you will have to delve into numbers 6, 7 and 8.  Number 8, backup restore, is really a great way to go, if you have your system backed up, including your boot sector.  This is all hindsight, but its a good idea to keep a system backup handy on some sort of removable media.  One thing to think of when you first install Windows, or right after you get your new PC or laptop, is to partition your hard drive so that the core system files reside on the default partition “C” with the minimum possible size allowed for a WinXP.  This will make it alot easier to back up your core system, because that “C” partition will be ALOT smaller than say your whole hard drive, and only contain files that your system needs to run.  You can use the other partition/s as storage for documents, videos, whatever you want.  If you don’t have partition magic, you can use Parted Magic or Gparted on a live cd.  Lastly, if you don’t remember your Administrator password, which is fairly common, you can use Offline NT PW & Reg-Edit Bootdisk to reset the admin password to blank.

That’s all I have to say about that one.  Remember, for links and info on the tools I mentioned in this article follow the jump.  Happy troubleshooting!!

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