>kid brings in Halo multiplayer trial >had class in pc lab with dedicated graphics for AutoCAD >we put the trial on a shared drive >everyone plays the trial everyday because teacher was highest paid in the county and didn't give a fuck >made a shortcut use some program on every desktop no one ever used
In middle school my friend would steal the little rubber bands out of the disc drives at school. He probably took at least 20 in total. We actually used the drives for things too. In highschool he started a trend of putting poptarts into the floppy drives and every other orifice. They stopped selling poptarts at school because it got so bad.
I found a computer that was broken that nobody seemed to want to replace or remove. Turns out, somebody had just removed system32. I brought a xubuntu liveCD and installed it after class. Three years later, it's still there. Nobody messes with it because nobody knows how to use XFCE, but they acknowledge that it works and won't toss it.
>>47053137 I made one turtle an F-14 with wings extended, one with them swept back, and one turtle as an afterburner. I had the three travel across the screen slowly with only the wings-extended one showing. I programmed it to show the afterburner, speed up, then swap to the swept-back turtle.
WiFi at my highscholl was notoriously slow, annoying, and difficult to work well with. At one point, a couple of 7th graders (it was a middle/highschool, 7-12), ended up chatting with a naked many on a school computer, and prompted some serious blocks on the wifi.
A couple of students, myself and two others, took it up to resolve some of the annoyances, and established, using a school computer, a new, unblocked, and remarkably faster, but secret wifi network. It took months for the administration to realize, more than that to get around to doing something, and at least a week or two to take down the newtwork which had been set up by a couple shighschoolers in study hall.
>>47053137 In middle school I managed to access other students files on the network and left them random text files like "I'm watching you" and stuff. Also I replaced one of someones songs with porn noises because he would always wear shitty open headphones in the computer lab and blare metal music. His face was priceless.
The year was 2002, snuggled deep in the northeast of a tiny mountain town high school a group of students proceeded to mass install this new and exciting open source project called Mozilla onto every computer. >following week notices went out urging people to not use the Mozilla
>middle school >last 2 weeks of school >teacher brings us to the computer lab to take a survey on the school >computers had a shortcut of a batch file that launches IE with the website of said survey >batch file was in a shared server drive >easily edited it >swapped the survey website with meatspin >mfw
>shitty macs at my school >well, not too shitty but still a Mac >mac is shit >security blows cocks for a living >enter dos on boot u wot m8 >literally 3 or 4 commands i found on google >get full admin access >delete a bunch of valued information >oh shit il get caught >show a bunch of retards how to do it >they think its so awesome >retards think theyre hackers now >they keep doing it n get caught >they get suspended for all the shit i actually did >they never snitched >mfw
High school. I would boot the iMacs in single-user mode (terminal thingy), entered a couple commands in the to make local admin accounts, installed a pirated counterstrike source on most of them, gave out the logins to everyone, and had massive lan parties across the school. IT wasn't impressed.
during the last few months of my senior year the district switched all the computers to some thin client shit the worst you could do is unplug the ethernet the first year I went to that high school they had everything running windows XP, it was so easy to get away with stuff
>>47053137 made a program that goes full screen, flashes colors and beeps through the mobo speaker named it Counter-Strike and put it on every library computer
saw one kid use it and then panic, he asked the library lady for help who was like 65 years old, she then ran out the room to get the janitor to help at which point I left, we didn't have any IT people in high school so they probably struggled with it for a while was pretty funny
>>47055946 What the fuck did you just fucking say about me, you little bitch? I’ll have you know I graduated top of my class in the Navy Seals, and I’ve been involved in numerous secret raids on Al-Quaeda, and I have over 300 confirmed kills. I am trained in gorilla warfare and I’m the top sniper in the entire US armed forces. You are nothing to me but just another target. I will wipe you the fuck out with precision the likes of which has never been seen before on this Earth, mark my fucking words. You think you can get away with saying that shit to me over the Internet? Think again, fucker. As we speak I am contacting my secret network of spies across the USA and your IP is being traced right now so you better prepare for the storm, maggot. The storm that wipes out the pathetic little thing you call your life. You’re fucking dead, kid. I can be anywhere, anytime, and I can kill you in over seven hundred ways, and that’s just with my bare hands. Not only am I extensively trained in unarmed combat, but I have access to the entire arsenal of the United States Marine Corps and I will use it to its full extent to wipe your miserable ass off the face of the continent, you little shit. If only you could have known what unholy retribution your little “clever” comment was about to bring down upon you, maybe you would have held your fucking tongue. But you couldn’t, you didn’t, and now you’re paying the price, you goddamn idiot. I will shit fury all over you and you will drown in it. You’re fucking dead, kiddo.
Dumped a batch file into the start up folder that spammed command prompts that have a "matrix" of the word "booty" until every bit of ram was used. I also deactivated the boot drive, turned on manual control of the fans in bios, cranked the fans to 100% at all times, and then locked the bios with the original bios password but with a "1" at the end. The computer had an "out-of-order" sign on it for about a week. It eventually disappeared and was replaced with a spare computer. Never saw that computer after that. You could tell the differences because of the scratches, worn OEM stickers, and profanity scribbled on them. Needless to say that the computer maintenance people at my old school where pretty special. >pic like the computers we had.
>pulled out the CMOS battery to unlock bios >ran xubuntu from live usb Nothing crazy. I was sent to military school junior year and just wanted to play cave story and continue working on my lua-based space shooter for the Nspire. I eventually got caught and they made my life hell. C'est la vie.
>>47053137 I was the first person (I don't know how) to realise that every student in our school was an admin user on our macbook LAN. We could pretty much do anything using screen sharing. I went on random people's screen and took photos in photobooth, looked at their pics, etc... Was a kek until IT admin found out.
>>47053137 > Hey Mr. Derp could you install "video editing program" ? > Sure thing anon, > logs in with his creds > pull bios jumper > get his password > able to understand how the derpy ass grade books work and laugh
> Pull bios jumper > install Ubuntu > they caution tape off the computer as they were scared of their freedom.
In my junior year my school supplied Chromebooks to the underclassmen and had a byod policy for the rest of the students. I spent the next two years doing absolutely nothing but playing Dope Wars and a few other games SSHed into an SDF server from my PowerBook G4
>Kids using netsend to "secretly" communicate between IT classes >Admins block access to cmd.exe but dont' disable netsend >Friend, who's a much better programmer than me, makes an Excel document that lets you use netsend >Ask to look at the code >Add a counter so every 12th message sent goes to * instead of the named recipient >Distribute modified version on a floppy >Most users close the document after sending a message so nothing happens for a few weeks >Finally, one of the special kids sends an obscenity heavy message to every computer in the school, including the head teacher (principal) and administrators >Netsend finally gets disabled
>be in class for people who dont give a shit over summer >basically bookwork to make up classes you fail >some classes 300 pages of work >"Most people only make up a half a semester" >"Work can only be done in-class" >"oh and you can use the computers if you want" >challenge accepted. >Get two pc's >use input director for kvm >one for google >other for word >80wpm >4 weeks go by, half of the class is now over. >made up 4 fucking classes worth of work >others are not even half done with one class >My job here is done
I was known as the asshole that changed the rules on that class.
I got suspended for creating a shitty program in c# class that plays keyboard cat on startup. It wasn't funny just obnoxious and I regretted it as soon as I heard it on all the computers at roughly the same time and everyone looked at me.
>>47057259 Similar thing happened at my school. After netsend finally got disabled, I wrote a chat program in VB6 with socks and whatnot. It got fairly intricate... You'd have one guy run his program as "server", then everyone else would connect to his IP as clients. You could have up to 50 people in a "room", there were emoticons, nicks, and you could kick/ban people. I was working on a lan server search feature before giving up on it.
When I was young and edgy, I wrote a little virus that would format all HDDs on the machine on the next reboot. It would copy itself to all drives including network drives and launch. It managed to wipe out most of the schools and a couple servers in the district. Luckily for the IT guy, they had tape backups.
>new to Unix >on school's system >learn about du command >wonder, "how big is their disk?" and enter "du / &" >start getting permission error messages or some such >notice system load going up >didn't yet learn kill command >panic >frantically flip through copy of Unix in a Nutshell >eventually find kill command and terminate process sorry, not the most exciting ending
>compsci teacher is a bro >teaches us basic linux stuff, bash scripting, C >hates principal like everyone else >local company sponsored some stuff for school for the publicity >principal made the compsci teacher make a "cool" flash banner for the company's page in exchange >teacher makes one but is angry because doing projects for external companies so the principal can cozy up to them is not in his job description >teacher knows Anon does ActionScript (this was like 2005) >teacher gets Anon to write a script which broke the banner and screwed with the company's page a few days after the teacher quit his job
It was so easy and writing messages were fun. I included a little 8===D in the message when I sent it out and the teacher freaked out, called the IT department and said that "there was a picture of a penis on the screen"
For even more fun, I made a batch file that canceled the shutdown, passed it to 3 others and got to watch everyone get butthurt when their stuff got lost.
>>47058396 When I was younger and dumber, not knowing what it done I flipped one of those switches and then proceeded to plug the turned on power cord into the back while holding the computer with my other hand.
>>47058525 Some guys at my school made an HTML page which "revealed" some of the school faculty as "fifth column cryptojewry", with pictures and fictional profiles saying stuff like "John Principal, born SHLOMO BLUMSTEIN, son of Polish Jews, Zionist, kabbalah practitioner (...)", and they set it as the home page in the library.
>bring usb drive with live boot of linux installed into school >guess the bios password correctly >boot linux drive >create windows xp admin account >delete dll file to allow logging in locally >reboot into admin account >VNC style spying software isn't protected in anyway other than requiring an admin user >Can see what ever computer in the school is doing, send shut down commands etc
I use to screen shot the desktop, hide all the icons and apply the screenshot and he background. All the icons looked like they were there, but nothing worked.
Internet access was granted through a login, three wrong attempts it would deactivate the account. User names were backed off of the students names, I worked in yearbook and had a list of every students name. I deactivated all the underclassmen accounts.
I would use proxy severs to bypass the schools web filter.
Created 'invisible' files on the desktop.
Created .DLL files and changed the it on to IE icons and other random icons that would do things such as shut down the computer, or open up a large number or porn websites in whole new Windows. Did that on the computer connected to projected one day, that was funny when it was activated..... Oh my younger years...
The only thing with pcs I remembered doing was handing out a usb filled to the brim with hentai when I was 12 and shoved it on the public folder in the school computer. The IT teacher and main teach pulled me up and made me look as some other kid browsed through each image to shame me. Oh god was it awkward.
>Somebody forgot to lock his PC? >Set Meatspin.com as his startpage >Take a screenshot of his desktop >Hide all icons >Hide the processline >Lock the processline >Set the screenshot as his background >Flip the screen
>>47053137 In art class, they had a bunch of oldschool macs that had wallpapers of the main building of the school. I managed to photoshop the name of the school to subtly spell a profanity word and then changed the wallpaper on all the macs when we had a substitute teacher who didn't care.
No one noticed the wallpapers for months until the IT guy pointed it out to the teacher when he was diagnosing a problem for her.
I once used that command that supposedly sends a message on everyone's computer on the network.
Sadly almost every computer was upgraded to XP which had that feature disabled by default, it worked on a computer on the other side of the school though so it was fun when somebody came up asking who was it.
>elementary school >single computer running windows 98 >at home dad always used defrag to make it faster, looking at the squares was fun too >school computer is slow >I know what to do! >start up defrag >go back to class >later on another teacher finds that >finds me and yells that I ruined the computer and defragmenting the hard drive means destroying it >made to write something about not taking initiative 100 times >later on in the afternoon she calls her husband and he tells her that defrag doesn't destroy hard drives but actually makes systems faster
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