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Ok so i think im in deep.... ( no details ) all i can say is some stuff went down at school today.

What is a consequence for hacking a school computer?

AKA

I GOT THE MESSAGE

3/26/2008 11:29:23 AM Deleted STUDENT14872 cmd.exe E:DumpSoftwaremailpv.exe Generic PWS.f (Trojan)

and my student number is 14872 :

any1?

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Ok, first off... what?

Secondly, did you pay no attention to any of the million threads where I've explained how school hacking is a bad idea? No?

Thirdly, We're not your sysadmins, wait and see, you might get a surprise punishment... I dunno, lines, detentions, banned from the computers, suspended... hey, maybe even expelled! Enjoy.

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Ok so i think im in deep.... ( no details ) all i can say is some stuff went down at school today.

What is a consequence for hacking a school computer?

AKA

I GOT THE MESSAGE

3/26/2008 11:29:23 AM Deleted STUDENT14872 cmd.exe E:DumpSoftwaremailpv.exe Generic PWS.f (Trojan)

and my student number is 14872 :

any1?

hope your admins are n00bs

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[me=manuel_l]can't fight the urge to not reply....[/me]

You stubborn kid... I KNEW you were just the typical "I wanna pwn everything because its cool" kid.  Be fucking glad that I'm not your school IT/Admin, because guess what?  You'd have your Computer privileges Revoked for minimum of the remainder of the year (most likely one calendar year), suspended for at minimum of 10 school days.  Since I'm From the same state you live in, I feel obligated to share with you a bit of our policy... which is more or less the same across the state.... meaning that you are royally screwed.

(this is nowhere the complete policy, and is only SOME of the documentation that would be used to legally describe the suspension of privileges AND suspension from School.)

(From Policy JS/JS-E)

No student shall access, create, transmit, retransmit or forward material or information:

·  that is not related to district education objectives

·  in violation of any federal or state law, including but not limited to copyrighted material and material protected by trade secret

·  gain or attempt to gain unauthorized access to district computers or computers systems

·  read, alter, delete or copy, or attempt to do so, electronic communications of other system users

Security:

Security on district computer systems is a high priority. Students who identify a security problem while using the LAN, Internet or electronic communications must immediately notify a system administrator. Students should not demonstrate the problem to other users.  Logging on to the LAN, Internet or electronic communications as a system administrator is prohibited.

Any user identified as a security risk, or as having a history of problems with other computer systems, may be denied access to the LAN, Internet and electronic communications.

Vandalism:

Vandalism will result in cancellation of privileges and may result in school disciplinary action and/or legal action. Vandalism is defined as any malicious or intentional attempt to harm, destroy, modify, abuse or disrupt operation of any network within the school district or any network connected to the Internet, operation of any form of electronic communications, the data contained on any network or electronic communications, the data of another user, usage by another user, or district-owned software or hardware. This includes, but is not limited to, the uploading or creation of computer viruses and the use of encryption software.

Unauthorized software:

Students are prohibited from using or possessing any software that has been downloaded or is otherwise in the user's possession without permission from the District Technology Department including appropriate registration and payment of any fees owed to the software owner.

(From Policy JICDA )

1. Causing or attempting to cause damage to school property or stealing or attempting to steal school property of value.

19. Interference with the school’s ability to provide educational opportunities to other students.

There are many more, which your building principal/assistant Principal/Superintendent will reference, but I THINK you get the idea...  So I say again, you are royally screwed.

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"You'd have your Computer privileges Revoked for minimum of the remainder of the year (most likely one calendar year), suspended for at minimum of 10 school days.  Since I'm From the same state you live in, I feel obligated to share with you a bit of our policy"

Thats funny seeing as im banned from all the computers for 2 years..... and i didnt want to screw anything up...... i was just messing around.... so .... thanks for the tid bit knowledge you guys but my admin/it is a fat old lady willing to do anything for a cupcake..... i got this

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Thats funny seeing as im banned from all the computers for 2 years..... and i didnt want to screw anything up...... i was just messing around.... so .... thanks for the tid bit knowledge you guys but my admin/it is a fat old lady willing to do anything for a cupcake..... i got this

wow... just wow...

any respect I might have had for you just went up in a puff of magic smoke... you are now on the same level as K1u maybe even lower

oh, so you were already banned?  well then that's a case for expulsion.
you should e-mail the admin manuel?
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sounds like the anti-virus software deleted a file, not  big deal...

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You should not be saying anythting if this is real format your hdd hide under your bed and dont turn your pc on ;)

...?

...and again with feeling (or grammar)....

You should not have told anyone. If this situation is real then I strongly suggest that you format your hard disk drive, hide under your bed and never apply power to your personal computer again.

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I've never seen something like a monitoring software which logs that, interesting.

What I don't understand is, how the users are managed. Can I log me in from any pc in the network with my credentials to my account (sounds a bit like a terminal)?

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Enjoy sharing a cell with Achmed the Dead Terrorist.

LMAO

"Silence! I Kill You!"  :lol:

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Vandalism:

Vandalism will result in cancellation of privileges and may result in school disciplinary action and/or legal action. Vandalism is defined as any malicious or intentional attempt to harm, destroy, modify, abuse or disrupt operation of any network within the school district or any network connected to the Internet, operation of any form of electronic communications, the data contained on any network or electronic communications, the data of another user, usage by another user, or district-owned software or hardware. This includes, but is not limited to, the uploading or creation of computer viruses and the use of encryption software.

Huh? How is encryption in anyway related to vandalism?

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the act of encrypting things on a school's computers can be considered vandalism if its used to hide harmful or threatening applications/documents.  I do not know exactly why it fits in this category other than what I stated, but all of the policies I copied from are legal wordings made by our attorneys and state department of education/state school board association.

Vandalism:

Vandalism will result in cancellation of privileges and may result in school disciplinary action and/or legal action. Vandalism is defined as any malicious or intentional attempt to harm, destroy, modify, abuse or disrupt operation of any network within the school district or any network connected to the Internet, operation of any form of electronic communications, the data contained on any network or electronic communications, the data of another user, usage by another user, or district-owned software or hardware. This includes, but is not limited to, the uploading or creation of computer viruses and the use of encryption software.

Huh? How is encryption in anyway related to vandalism?

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A: You could be storing stuff that is in violation of something or other, viruses, hacking tools, porn... use your imagination.

B: Mounted encrypted archives can play havoc with backup software.

At my last job I was specifically told that if I wanted to use truecrypt, the archive had to be stored locally, and not on a network drive.

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Hey, I know I'm new and all and what he did was pretty stupid, but is there really a need or purpose to shoot a one-liner of how stupid he is? I mean, what's the point? He knows he's F'ed, why repeat that message over and over when manuel sufficiently covered it the first time.

P.S. I am in no way supporting what he did nor am I standing up for the intelligence of his actions.

P.S.S. - ^_^ Sorry if I offended any of you, that was not my intention.

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