YTCracker

Lagoon at Mandalay Bay during The IWANTYOU.COM private Party     My trip to Vegas for the porn convention was literally insane. First night I got there I played the slot machines and won $80 and then doubled it in Roulette.  The next day I went out onto the convention floor and met with a lot of sponsor programs and hosting companies.  That night was the Jungle Bash.  Ytcracker got us VIP tickets there where we got to go in the private area.  At one point we were relaxing with some honeys and we had to leave because the owner of Sex.com asked us to get out of his table.  Went to bed about 5am and then woke up at 10am to go to the convention floor once again.  We were rolling deep with about 10-15 people that day.  At night I went to this content shoot and I was going to make my friend Eric into a pornstar, who I named the “Weapon of Mass Seduction”.  Problem we ran into was that it was only a girl on girl shoot.  So afterwards we all split up and I got tickets to the private Meat Cash Party with 2 people and everyone else went to hear ytcracker DJ at the Extreme Fetish party.  At the meatcash party all of the girls were walking around topless and serving drinks.  At one point I walked up to a girl and asked her what she did in the business and she told me she was hired to go down on guys and she expected a whole line of people to be there.  I kindly rejected but wished her luck.  I stayed at this party for a long time and went to bed about 6am and once again woke up at 10.  Thursday night was the big night so after spending the day on the convention floor I went the Players Ball PreParty where MTV was at filming.  I was of course in my pink pimp outfit with the STC Pimp cup that was made prior to the party.  We rolled to the party in a stretch excursion and were the first to enter the door.  Some of us met Coolio earlier in the day I forgot to mention.  Flavah Flav hosted the show along with Don Magic Juan.  Cypress Hill and Digital Underground and STC all performed.  The mic cut out at the end and phlow and ytc had to go occapella and some of Don’s crew got upset with us but we settled it down.  Chingy the rapper couldn’t even get into the ball is how crazy it was.  DMC from RunDMC was there mingling with people which was pretty cool.  I met a fan of STC named Bizzy who came to the event and this man was crazy.  He was four foot nine and wouldn’t stop drinking.  He rofled my world the whole time.  I tried to get him laid at 5am by this pornstar and she agreed but I lost contact with her.  If you are wondering– no I didn’t get any play in Vegas, its completely whores and gold diggers.  Here are some pictures:

I’ll post more pictures soon when I get them, this is all I have now.

Edit: I’m finally moved in down in Tampa… er.. Brandon?  The house I got is pretty empty while I’m filling it up with furniture.  I feel as if I’m 18 going on 29.  I started randomly posting on xangas getting a few responses.  I only know a few people down here right now but I don’t think it will be long until I’m back in the flow.  Come visit.


AOL security breach exposes personal info

America Online has confirmed that hackers have illegally compromised an undisclosed number of its member accounts by targeting key company employees with an email virus.

 

AOL spokesman Rich D’Amato declined to comment on how many accounts were affected or what kind of information was accessed by the perpetrators. He said the perpetrators gained access to the accounts when unsuspecting AOL staff downloaded virus-infected email attachments. The attacks targeted employees authorized to review and edit account data, including credit card information and passwords.

“This is about a very small number of accounts that have been compromised by a download of a virus and the illegal activities of a bunch of hackers misusing those accounts,” D’Amato said.

The online service has begun investigating the attacks; it plans to hand its findings to law enforcement agencies, D’Amato added.

The break-ins were first discovered by two AOL insider Web sites, Observers.net and Inside AOL.

According to the publications, the perpetrators targeted AOL customer service representatives who have access to the company’s main member database, dubbed CRIS (Customer Relations Information System). The targeted employees have the authority to bump people off their accounts and reset their passwords. The employees also had access to personal and billing information.

The perpetrators sent emails containing a malicious attachment known as a Trojan horse. When a victim opens the email and downloads the attachment, it automatically establishes a connection between the employee’s computer and the sender’s. Once the sender is connected, he or she can access areas within AOL such as CRIS that are normally restricted to authorized employees.

AOL’s D’Amato said the company scans incoming email for possible viruses and customarily warns employees and members to never download attachments from strangers.

AOL, the largest Internet service provider with 23 million paid subscribers, is targeted frequently by account crackers. As previously reported by CNET News.com, crackers in some cases have gained unauthorized access to accounts by convincing AOL employees to provide restricted information.

Although AOL declined to elaborate on the effects of the account takeovers, a member of Inside AOL who goes by the name of “ytcracker” said the account crackers’ intentions seemed “harmless.” They mainly wanted to take over AOL screen names that were already being used, the member said.

AOL members who have discovered their screen names are no longer working can call AOL to fix the problem.

“All they need to do is call AOL and get their account back again,” ytcracker said in an interview. “It’s probably more of a hassle than anything.”

Richard Smith, an Internet security consultant, said the AOL break-ins are reminiscent of other email-borne viruses, such as the “I Love You” bug that damaged computer systems around the world. Both are examples of malicious attacks using email attachments to achieve their objectives.

Smith’s advice to corporations and individuals worried about protecting computers from infection: Don’t open attachments.

“Tell your people never to run attachments; try to make it so they can’t run attachments even if they try,” Smith said.

June 16, 2000


You Might Be from AOL if…

YOU MIGHT BE FROM AOL IF…. (a compiled list)

… If you ever once hid your phone bill from your parents.

… Someone says “I got TOS’d,” and you know they don’t mean their salad.

… If you knew Solarwinds had nothing to do with sun or weather patterns.

… You’ve seen some pretty disturbing sets of genitals.
(and helped spread em)

… If you hated seeing Omer enter a room.

… If you’ve said or read any of the following words: “mah bish,” “yew” and “rawk my sawks” (and there was that brief spork thing, too).

… If you remember Lina (AUSTIN).

… And that Entemon had a crush on her (HIM).

… If you’ve ever SiMMed.

… If Fat Francis told you repeatedly to leave him alone.

… And then offered to PAY you to insult and bully him.

… If ghosting was something you could do while still alive.

… If you know hackers don’t exist on AOL.

… If your heart fell out of your ass because you tried signing in and got redirected to your sign on because someone was on your account already.
(and it wound up being your own parent. wtf).

… If you know Merlins not just a wizard.

… If you’ve ever had to say “that’s not even my current address.”

… If you know what Sub7 is.

… If you know what “pulling” something means.

… If you know never ever to DL from Lenshell.

… If you know what .r’s stand for (and it fills some of you with dread).

… If RYLAN ever e-mail bombed ya.

… If you don’t know any of your friends’ real names… or ages… or genders.

… If a bunch of no-name SNs enter a chat at once, you know it’s time to go (and you sat there anyway).

… If you ever look at your jobs website and say “I’ve MADE better profiles than this.”

… If you knew wav.ing had nothing to do with hand movements.

… If someone says “JBB” you think of horses.

… If you ever argued with a bitch/bastard for using your font color.

… If you HATED when AOL made the chat rooms bolts.
(But then loved the progs that followed- shock3, etc).

… If you actually spell color, “colour” (or used British spellings for years—A&E’ers!!)

… If you knew Phish weren’t for eating.

… And <>< doesn’t look like some messed up mathematical equation.

… If SmarterChild was your only friend.

… If you knew Masters had nothing to do with S&M (or college degrees!).

… And Star Tools had nothing to do with with magic.

… If you’ve ever had to minimize your client when your parents walked in. If you’ve ever heard all those anti-parent acronyms and said “I’ve never in my life used any of these.”

… If you know what PB is.

… And you’ve had to whisper while doing it.

… If you’ve ever heard at least ONE YTCracker song in your life.

… If your WMP is so high you’ve scrolled off from just talking how you normally would.

… If you used to Keystyle as a hobby.

… If you know where Rhy’Din is (and especially if you know it’s really Rhydin).

… If you heard {s welcome before anyone said good morning to you.

… If you’ve ever suffered from {s con/con.

… If you thought the movie You’ve Got Mail was unrealistic.

… If you knew punters had nothing to do with football.

… And Catwatch wasnt what your crazy neighbor with 20 cats does on a Friday night.

… If you KNEW the spammers that sent you that spam mail.

… If busters weren’t something that 213 had to regulate.

… If you’ve ever reminisced about 90s Nick toons so much you wanna barf whenever you’re reminded of stick stickly.

… If you ever impatiently waited for a SN dump.

… If even ONE nonsensical 3char was better than none.

… If you know “socialing” has nothing to do with being social.

… And you ever pretended to work for a cable company (that you were on the phone with).

… If your Social Security Number’s ever been spammed.

… If you ever tried to (or succeeded at) selling porn.

… If you desperately wanted or was lucky enough to have a secureID.

… And you wondered how the worst people got HOST names.

… If you know snitchin to OPSSEC44 means free SNs.

… And CRIS means more to you than just a name.

… If you’ve ever entered a room and saw screennames with numbers and promptly left.

… If you’ve ever had a conversation with a bot and didn’t know it.

… If you had to stop what you were typing to wait for a macro to finish scrolling.

… And NETbus wasn’t for gifted kids to get to school.

…. If you’ve ever called your aobffl while walking in from your car late at night just to say “I may get attacked, if you hear me scream call the cops for me, I live at ______________.”

… If you suspected Adrian Lamo was a rat before the rest of the world even knew who he was.

… If exploits were really sometimes as simple as knowing how to use KW.

… If Lotsenruf was the only German word you know.

… If your “first time” was on the phone.

… If KaLi came in, you knew it was time for battle raps.

… If you’ve used “[email protected]” to make a joke about someone or something years before it caught on anywhere else.

… If you know someone who SWATS.

… AND someone who’s been SWATTED.

… If losing your SN was a real threat to you at any time in your life.

… If you’ve had dreams involving chat windows.

… If you went in PRs to get warez (or music… or tv shows… or animes…).

… If you’ve ever had to paint your nails five times over cuz you couldn’t wait ten minutes to type something.

… If you’ve ever used $im_OFF.

… If you religiously use BL only privacy settings, too.

… If you’ve ever used a one or ninety nine sided die.

… Or if you’ve ever settled an argument with //roll.

… If you’ve ever been jealous of someone who prolly wasn’t even real.

… Or you ever thought someone was fake just cus they were attractive.

… If you pull your credit card out and think of lcases.

… If certs were something you didn’t pop in your mouth

… If you ever thought living in a house filled with other AOLers would be a good idea until you heard the real life horror stories (like dealing with Sketch).

… If you’ve ever wondered why it’s always the fattest, ugliest mother fucker in the chat that calls you or other average lookin people ugly.

… If you remember when you could code your profile to say “Sex: Yes.”

… Or if you remember AOL profiles having a “birthday” line, and why it was removed.

… If you had a profile tag.

… If you were disappointed when Bebo took over.

… If “rof1” makes ANY sense to you.

… If you got a mass e-mail from a SN you didn’t recognize filled with nudes of various people.

… If the people who picked on you were so mean you STILL have feelings about it.

… If you ever had to tell half a chat to STOP TYPING LYRICS. (and then busted out into A WHOLE NEW WOOORLD because it was appropriate for the ao_setting)

… If FREEZA was more than just a DBZ character to you (WHADDUP CHRIS).

… If you knew C-Coms were the end of chats.

… If you were 14 and had to lie about who was calling your house phone at one in the morning.

… If you’ve ever gone into one of the middled aged chatrooms and been called a “snert” or “script kiddie.”

… If you swore off the online dating site craze that non-AOLers hopped on, because AOdating destroyed the ability to trust someone’s pictures. Or identity at all. (AND REALLY WE HAD OUR OWN DATING NETWORK ANYWAY).

… If {s drop means something to you.

… If You’ve ever played Slingo privately when you were feeling reaaaally bored or really nostalgic.

… If OPSSEC64 was the enemy.

… If you ever researched the thesaurus to create a one word SN. JUST ANY ONE WORD!!!

… If you ever had the cops show up at your house between 12 and 6 AM.

… If your favorite font is ptsize=9.

… If you remember the REAL reason anyone even knows who Mike Virus is, is because he got arrested for taking SNs on “AOL”.

… If
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Either WORRIES you or ANNOYS you (or you used to do it).

… If you remember little ao_hacking groups with applications to join.

… If you got numerous AOL CDs ordered to your house as a sign of being owned.

… If even though you had a different ISP, you still signed on AOL.

… If you know NOT to use AOL for the e-mail system.

… If you’ve ever had to add a complicated password for your cell phone plan or cable acct just for security measures.

… If q = g, i = l, etc.

And FINALLY you might be from AOL if…

… you’ve ever had to [x]