View Full Version : Taking Down Someone's Blog (Blogspot)
02-10-2009, 02:46 PM
I would never do this. I am just a person who loves learning and knowledge. How would one do something like this?
02-10-2009, 04:24 PM
The "organizing criminal activity" concern always comes into play in situations such as these, yet the pursuit of knowledge should never be left in the dust either.
One thing about cyber-crime you should know is that the mission should be a noble or profitable one, not just some lame desire to bother someone on the Internet. It should have a purpose, and harassing people on the Internet is not something real cyber-criminals generally subscribe to. "The pursuit of knowledge" is rarely tied to such fruitless excursions.
But IF there was in fact a good reason for such an endeavor, the first step one would usually take is to get behind a series of buffers... we're talking chained proxies, encrypted code and advanced social engineering. If one simply goes out willy-nilly and starts trying to inject a drive-by auto-downloader/firewall-killer into the blog-owner's file system, that mad adventurer would soon be trying to log into his/her ISP only to come up with a dead DSL light. Preparation is the first step to a successful mission. Once as fully prepared as possible (although those in this field can never be truly and completely prepared), only then one can begin to formulate the entry point. The getting in is usually easier than one would imagine, but it's the getting out undetected that becomes the difficult part. From what I've read in your opening post here, it does not sound like it to me that you have your horses painted yet, so it would hardly be of any use to proceed with the pursuit of the kind of knowledge you are looking for at this point in time.
The Cheshire Cat
02-10-2009, 08:15 PM
File a ton of complaints about it.
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