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No.13210

Why is discussion of drugs allowed (under the disguise of "my waifu" or "my friend") but discussion of hacking on /sec/ isn't?

Shows a double standard if I may say so myself.

  No.13212

I'm not seeing where or remembering why this would be derezzed and so am not understanding your question.

The programming aspect of hacking is probably going to be more appropriate on /λ/.

As for cracking, the /sec/ board is in part about securing oneself against such.

You should elaborate on what you mean and, perhaps, provide examples, if you've any.

  No.13213

>>13212
The thread about the guy that got into someones gmail
Why did you remove his thread?

  No.13215

>>13213
I didn't remove this thread. Can you be more specific? Was this today?

It's debatable as to whether attacking, rather than defending, is /sec/ material, but this is /q/ and so that debate will happen here.

  No.13216

>>13215
Nah, it was few weeks ago
And yea, he cracked into someones gmail and was going malicious stuff but didn't explicitly said it was him.
Seems like hypocrisy to me tbh

  No.13217

>>13216
>Nah, it was few weeks ago
This seems like a strange time to mention it, then.
>And yea, he cracked into someones gmail and was going malicious stuff but didn't explicitly said it was him.
It may have been deleted for violating a rule, but it's too far in the past to particularly inspect now.
>Seems like hypocrisy to me tbh
That doesn't seem warranted.

Considering that distributing tools is allowed on /sec/, I don't see a reason why cracking isn't a valid /sec/ topic. Remember to be smart when discussing potentially illegal activities. Remember to follow the rules. A good way to do this is, as an example, rather than posting "I stole all of this guy's emails; give me advice on how to find things to blackmail with." is to instead use "Let's say I had an email archive, how would you search that for a general topic?" and like things.

  No.13234

I saw that thread and though it was stupid pretentious hax0r soykaf. Good riddance.

> "Let's say I had an email archive, how would you search that for a general topic?"

is a way to go