>>47631462 I think that's cyberterrorism now. What is happening is that you're embarassing and spitting in the face of that school's IT department, so they go out of their way to get you arrested because fuck you.
It depends. Are you inner city? IOW, are there real cops in the school 24/7? The school can do absolutely jack shit unless they involve police. They're the only ones to worry about. But, the chances of the school catching you from a local machine on someone else's account are pretty slim assuming you aren't caught on cam. Try it out, don't make the school look bad and they most likely wont tear you too big of a new asshole.
Hacking shouldn't typically be done as a "le troloelele." When I was in HS the only thing I ever did was get the district wifi password and disable all forms of remote control on my issued computer...and I didn't boast about it during lunch, like you probably would(if you could ever do such a thing)
It was an accident. Originally I was collecting massive security holes in the system but then I clicked the wrong thing. I did this from my home computer without being behind any sort of VPN. How long until they find it was me?
>>47631462 A lot because school officials are fucking inhuman monsters. I had a lot of bad experiences with School and Technology. I've also got to look at the back-end of a lot of other schools and the way these "educators" act when a student does something like that is disgusting. I was reading through some internal emails once at a school when some kid did something to the schools site and even when the IT guy supposedly(quoted) said it was really no big deal some of these cock suckers were so upset over what he said they said they should fire the IT guy simply because he didn't want to give the poor kid a criminal record.
I've seen very similar things throughout many k-12 districts in the US.
>>47631652 Was reading the memory of the main district server and hijacking sessions of other Staff members by stealing their cookies. Found out that the site was powered by a school orientated CMS and I was messing around in it when I accidentally posted an announcement thinking I was doing something else.
>>47631777 Are you retarded? School sites are some of the most vulnerable sites out there. In my teens I had to of hacked at least 30, some of which weren't just sites for one school but contained like 30-sub dirs for all the schools in the district. Get into the CMS then into the IT teams email and you're golden, all the network diagrams and password spreadsheets you could ever need.
>>47631819 There was a photo on /g/ of some guy who hacked his school's CMS and sent out the Stallman copypasta to everyone in the school.
OP, there was a kid in Tampa who is being charged with cybercrime for guessing his teacher's password and changing their desktop background. I know people who have a criminal record because they did similar shit to what you described. The US is really fucking stupid about these kinds of laws, simple stuff gets charged as terrorism under the CFAA.
This isn't hacking but I figured out a teacher's password and I edited his profile on my high school's website. They fixed it and had him change his password but I never got caught. I decided to check a few months later to see if he'd changed it back to the old password and he had. I then fucked with his profile again and some other pages on the site. They fixed it within a few days but still never caught me.
First hand experience. I changed this site www.pvschools.net. it used to have a slideshow of stock images in a .swf file. meatspin is a swf so i switched it while the IT guy in the library was away in a meeting. the home page of the district was meatspin for a week. i was never caught OP but I did it 2 days before i graduated, so if you do it, do it at the last second
JFC, confirmed. Redneck county if they're using schoolsuite, or some other form of ANCIENT third party, unprotected CMS. Trust me, they probably won't end up going ham on you. In fact, they'll probably assume it was a glitch and won't try to trace it back.
>>47631878 Nope, if the main site is some run-of the mill CMS with likely no easy ins like SQLI go for the sub-domains get the ITs creds from there and then try them on other logins like email etc. There is almost always a huge attack surface and I've never had issues getting into schools from in the middle of nowhere to highly populated areas.
>>47631922 > The lyrics to the iCarly theme song. It was an accident in a sense that I didn't mean to post it, it was in my clipboard and I pasted it into the announcement box and hit enter without really thinking it through.
>>47631942 If you just use tor you'll be fine, I've even did some .gov stuff that made the news and they always just said retarded stuff about an "international" hacker, and they're having ICE look into it etc. As long as you're not retarded you'll never get caught.
Just walk away OP. I did some stupid shit in high school and got fucked by the police.
>be 14 >browsing through school computers >see a network drive and click through a rabbit hole of links >find an administrative folder filled with dumb shit (blank forms, lists of students, letters, etc) >copy to flash drive >give copies of files to a friend on his iPod >he shows off some kid some porn on his iPod, gets ratted out and school finds the files >they find me, call police
Due to the fact that the school network was so valuable, I was charged with "unauthorized access of computer information system: value >$10,000" which is a felony, plus a bunch of lesser misdemeanors. They dropped the lesser ones but kept the felony charge and and I became a convicted felon at 14 years old. Had to do probation, community service, and pay back $1,500 to the school. Fuck that school and the police, a detention would have sufficed.
>>47632120 Say literally nothing, anything you say will completely fuck you over and limit your later options should you need to defend yourself in court. Do/Say nothing until you consult a lawyer if you have to.
>>47632120 Just fucking tell them everything, explain absolutely everything you've done. If you lie you WILL get your shit kicked in. It's scary and has happened to a lot of people, you'll get through it. Make sure you tell them how the things worked and get bonus points by telling them how to prevent it.
>>47632222 Then just walk out, if you're feeling pressured. Know your rights, the school can't force you to stay anywhere. They and law enforcement will pretend to be trying to help you/are on your side so you'll give them an instant win in court by spilling your guts. Say nothing, do nothing and get a lawyer. End of story, if you're dumb enough to not be able to follow these instructions you deserve whatever you get.
Well, this has been good advice. I'm just going to try to keep it cool until I'm called down. I don't want to tell a lie and damage my integrity so I'll just offer as little information as possible as suggested and if possible lawyer up. I'm rooting that they weren't logging individual requests and they won't have any solid evidence I did anything at all.
I'm also concerned because my Computer Science teacher knows I've found vulnerabilities in some in-house school systems and exploited them in the past. If he's brought to attention about what happened, and he very well might be because he's developed some of the school systems, he might think I had something to do with it.
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