How to crack root and not get caught (idea)
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Wed May 23 2001 at 18:10:25
First, I'll add that you should never,
never tell anyone.
Many people who break into
want to be
and go about bragging to people. If no one around you has any suspicion it will make things much easier. Do you know how many
have been turned in by someone close to them? I don't either, but I know it happens a lot.
Also automate stuff. Get
on how to
something first, then go back and automate what you want to do later. Don't sit there and play around, plan it out and write a
. How could you have done it, you were in
. That way, you can
or something and even if phone company records are shown, they won't lead to anything. Especially if you take a
to the middle of nowhere and do your buisness.
through other people's computers is a good idea, and combining that with an ISP from another country is better, but just to ice the cake, once you have broken someone's computer, find out what user names they use and try for their passwords. When you find them create accounts at any
sites you can with their username and password combo. Log them on so they have the
on their computer too. Anyone looking for you might easily stop at them.
Remember that a good
can do it. A better one can do it without getting caught. And the best will do it without the person even knowing they were
in the first place.
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