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MrUnknown

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Well.. Monday. I've used to connect to the free wifi in McDonalds when I ratted my principals computer and wanted to check some valuable info out. I've got into his office one day and he had his laptop open and went to get some documents for me. I used that chance to plug my USB stick into his laptop which was having an autorun.inf/bat to instant infect his system. Used a DNS and a stolen premium account for CyberGhost. Went to McDonalds that day with my laptop and stole multiple informations regarding to the teachers etc. Never got caught, I even had the login details for the school website and completely trolled the shit out of it. No need to buy a new computer just to do something. Use hotspots etc and a VPN ontop of it if you want to be double-sure.
 

monday

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that's impressive, but the fact that you weren't caught could be due to the fact that no one was making an effort to catch you. The hypothetical point is to stay anonymous even if everyone (including special forces/network security professionals) tried to reveal your identity using top-end tools
 

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Want to tell me what you're planning? Either per PM's or on skype, live:sixeleven6112015
I may be able to help you further if I know the deal.

 

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If we are speaking about disappearing after doing something which is particularly  illegal or law breaking it will be nearly impossible. If we look at our society now, and how we operate with our lives we can say that we are not really free... there are cameras on the street which monitor us, specific companies which hold our personal information which are essential to us.

While talking about the internet, in my opinion it's impossible to be anonymous 24/7 without any trace at the moment at least. Yes, there are many programs and websites, for example; TOR, which is very popular this days and can act as a hiding spot for many users ,may have a  backdoor and it surly has nodes which are being compromised by many users. There are other ways which users are using and thinking that they are anonymous, for example; I2P networks which allows the access to the materials which are stored on their own network but you would be stuffed as there isn't that much information in there as in the real "Internet" and it wouldn't be possible to access any random website.
There are also many other things which can identify you; such as MAC address which is believed to be unique and can be changed or spoofed to a slightly extent which enables the user to stay anonymous against very basic analysis which WiFi network can do against you. Actually, constantly changing your MAC address will draw even more attention, since the network administrators will see a large amount of MAC addresses associated with an access point and will investigate further.

Here's a random article about some kid using TOR thinking he was anonymous at all time:
http://www.forbes.com/sites/runasandvik/2013/12/18/harvard-student-receives-f-for-tor-failure-while-sending-anonymous-bomb-threat/#52db805d69f0

To sum it up: it just depends on who's looking for you and how much money they have. If they want to find you, they probably can.

(po prostu nie rob nic glupiego @monday)

(sources:
http://www.forbes.com/sites/runasandvik/2013/12/18/harvard-student-receives-f-for-tor-failure-while-sending-anonymous-bomb-threat/#6992fba569f0
http://grugq.github.io/
http://security.stackexchange.com/questions/29196/how-to-remain-100-anonymous-on-the-internet
http://security.stackexchange.com/questions/47262/how-to-stay-anonymous-in-public-wireless-network
http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2013/06/130625-edward-snowden-travel-disappear-off-grid/)
 

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http://www.forbes.com/sites/runasandvik/2013/12/18/harvard-student-receives-f-for-tor-failure-while-sending-anonymous-bomb-threat/#52db805d69f0 said:
[font=Georgia,]Shortly thereafter, Harvard police called in the FBI, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, the Secret Service, the Cambridge Police Department, the Boston Police Department and the Cambridge Fire Department. [/font]
nice combo;d
 

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monday said:
http://www.forbes.com/sites/runasandvik/2013/12/18/harvard-student-receives-f-for-tor-failure-while-sending-anonymous-bomb-threat/#52db805d69f0 said:
[font=Georgia,]Shortly thereafter, Harvard police called in the FBI, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, the Secret Service, the Cambridge Police Department, the Boston Police Department and the Cambridge Fire Department. [/font]
nice combo;d
You have to do what you have to do sometimes :D
 

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Hello, I Forgot My Old Acc Password. And Password Reset Not Work For Me idk why i don't  get any mail for Reset Password.
Can Any Admin/Mod Help me? İ did try send pm to they but their pm blocked :S i can give acc name in PM

@springfield
@0x688
 
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