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What's the downside of having a "high tech" classroom with Bose speakers and a mid tier PC you say?
So back in highschool we used to have these fancy "corporate" classrooms with speakers, PC and projector setup (plus really comfy chairs). Classrooms were organized in triads next to each other so we usually knew when classes where taking place next to us.
One day I decided to fuck around with teachers, I waited until he/she started class and I remotely blasted music or porn sounds on the third empty classroom and waited until the angry teacher rushed to the classroom then...silence...nothing but an empty classroom.
One day one of the teachers was so pissed because I orchestrated a Vivaldi concert with the 3 classrooms he rushed into ours and took a friend of mine who he had a personal grudge against, I kinda felt bad but not so much after my mate told me that was genius and that we should do it again.13
We have free WiFi access, but you need to login into your personal student account to use it.
Turns out, SQL Injection works.
It gets worse.
Table name "schueler".
Got all data on all students.
Name, address, phone number, passwords in plain.
I reported it using an anonymous email. Partially fixed. Standard quotes now get eacaped. Still, passwords are now MD5.48
Dear outsourced developers. Don't send me your private SSH key by email. I don't need it, it allows me to access anything else you can access pretending I'm you, and it shows a misunderstanding of how SSH keys work. 🤦🏻♂️14
I was assigned to maintain a legacy project today. I downloaded the source code, configured the database server and imported the project in visual Studio. For a tiny, blissful fraction of a second, I expected everything to work on the first try.6
Today the DBA-team (needed to keep our Oracle mess running) decided to change datatypes in tables that has been in production for 20 years. Without a headsup.
Just took us 5 hours to debug good ol' visual basic code......
Why would you do such a thing!?
Just finished installing and configuring Arch on a USB drive - because fuck waiting 20m for Windows to boot and log in on slow af college laptops.