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by Hitokiri
24 Jan 2013, 13:13
Forum: Serious Discussion
Topic: Lagalizing DDoS Attacks?
Replies: 24
Views: 1713

Re: Lagalizing DDoS Attacks?

What you are saying is not a point. If a pissed off 15yo would hold a sit-in in a store somewhere, he/she would be left alone as long as it's not a nuisance. Since that's very much unlikely and there would be harrasment of staff and customers the police would very likely be involved. If you compare ...
by Hitokiri
24 Jan 2013, 10:20
Forum: Serious Discussion
Topic: Finding happiness - how do you do it?
Replies: 11
Views: 1063

Re: Finding happiness - how do you do it?

I guess you're all stuck on the bad stuff going on. It's a good thing to focus on the good stuff. But obviously you want to solve the problems you face. 80-85% of all your problems are easily solved. They take a little effort or no effort at all. Some even pass as they fix themselves. 5-10% have sol...
by Hitokiri
21 Jan 2013, 20:59
Forum: Serious Discussion
Topic: Lagalizing DDoS Attacks?
Replies: 24
Views: 1713

Re: Lagalizing DDoS Attacks?

however you may put it ghost, your explanation of the matter being the comparison to real life is not correct. And that's where we have the problem there. No matter how you put it, which type of DoS attack it is. It has the purpose of not letting anyone reach the site for a period of time. even meas...
by Hitokiri
20 Jan 2013, 12:00
Forum: Serious Discussion
Topic: Lagalizing DDoS Attacks?
Replies: 24
Views: 1713

Re: Lagalizing DDoS Attacks?

ghost, my point still stands as you make the wrong comparison (again). Let's say you have ONE person doing a sit in in real life. Let's take it inside the restaurant in fact. That one person gets a table. As long as he is there to have the dining experience, he may stay as long as he/she wants to, n...
by Hitokiri
18 Jan 2013, 08:30
Forum: Serious Discussion
Topic: Lagalizing DDoS Attacks?
Replies: 24
Views: 1713

Re: Lagalizing DDoS Attacks?

Ok blood knight, great clarification. Lets say that from this point on forward your type of DoS attack is legal: From now on you are unable to come to this site because someone is doing your type of "sit in" on our servers. And since it is allowed, that person may keep that up forever. Eff...
by Hitokiri
17 Jan 2013, 08:45
Forum: Serious Discussion
Topic: Lagalizing DDoS Attacks?
Replies: 24
Views: 1713

Re: Lagalizing DDoS Attacks?

Again, A DoS attack/DDoS attack is not a sit in. An online petition, protesting forum posts, blog articles, and quite a few other similar things through the various social media; those are sit-ins. A DoS/DDoS attack is purposely causing a riot. People participating/causing riots are usually arrested...
by Hitokiri
16 Jan 2013, 15:43
Forum: Serious Discussion
Topic: Lagalizing DDoS Attacks?
Replies: 24
Views: 1713

Re: Lagalizing DDoS Attacks?

A DoS is not a sit-in. A DoS attack is more like blockading a building, smashing in it's windows and may lead to pillaging said building of any goods stored inside. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Denial-of-service_attack Obviously, some of you have been severely misinformed. A correct comparison betwe...
by Hitokiri
16 Jan 2013, 09:24
Forum: Serious Discussion
Topic: Debate: U.S Gun control
Replies: 12
Views: 1069

Re: Debate: U.S Gun control

Skimmed through what you said. For the most part I agree. Things that should happen; 1: No high cap magazines. 2: Pistol magazine highest of 10. 3: No assault rifles of any kind. 4: Background checks for Guns Bought 5: Checks for when ammo is bought. 6: Saying what guns you have to a database. 7: N...
by Hitokiri
16 Jan 2013, 09:13
Forum: Serious Discussion
Topic: Lagalizing DDoS Attacks?
Replies: 24
Views: 1713

Re: Lagalizing DDoS Attacks?

blood, I'ld check my moral compass if I were you. Seriously it's way off. And DoS/DDoS attacks are also used to get into db's, for example the db you're using now on this forum. And then steal your private information. If that's still protest or just shutting a site down, great. But is shutting a si...
by Hitokiri
11 Jan 2013, 15:16
Forum: General Chat
Topic: I just found out what frook means :(
Replies: 16
Views: 1346

Re: I just found out what frook means :(

in your polynesian french maybe.
I have never heard a frenchmen say that work.

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