Memoirs of an eejit script-kiddie

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OUCH Ikey sorry to read this but it does show we do have to be mindful of security. All I can add is hope your suprise is a very painful lesson for the nasty lil kiddie :twisted:
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ikey wrote:I guess he did pick the wrong guy though, as I've got quite the surprise lined up for his next
visit, I'll post the details of that little adventure as and when its done :)


I'll be eager to hear what you do to this "kiddie" Ikey :twisted:
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Like the saying goes: You don't get mad...you get even. :twisted:
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ikey wrote: The chroot environment
The whole chroot system will exist on a loopback file, i.e. /opt/safe-login/disks/root.disk
This will use BTRFS to take advantage of on the fly compression. Core tools will be copied
into the filesystem, as opposed to using symlinks (they break chroots)
This will provide an opportunity to have some fun, such as modifying the function of core
utils, to ensure logging of every action. Also, I might make the fun two-way, so to taunt
the script-kiddie. Why not? :P

brilliant! I love it :lol:
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