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188 weeks ago @ Digital DNA - Be Still my Bleeding H... · 0 replies · +1 points

Thanks for the heads up. Corrected. :-)

357 weeks ago @ Virtuality Hacks Blog - Avatar Reality’s Blu... · 0 replies · +1 points

The situation is unfortunate, but oh well. I have been expecting something like this for some time. Hence I had already begun shopping around other platforms. And yes, I will admit, I have no desire whatsoever to go back to LSL scripting. I hace teh lua bug! lol

396 weeks ago @ Virtuality Hacks Blog - TPVP Brown Bag Series:... · 0 replies · +1 points

LOL. Yeah, that was me!

403 weeks ago @ Virtuality Hacks Blog - Resident Roundtable wi... · 0 replies · +1 points

Not you, Blue! The software. It's murphy's law you know. Things always break at the worst possible moments!

405 weeks ago @ Virtuality Hacks Blog - Behind the Skiddies Em... · 0 replies · 0 points

The people working on the Imprudence viewer do not have a track record for writing and distributing malicious viewers. You know, the kind that had keyloggers, etc? Furthermore, imprudence devs respect creator rights by only allowing export of objects created by the person running the viewer. A concept that seems to be quite beyond the emerald folk's grasp. And finally, having spoken extensively with one of the skiddies (who happens to own the emerald site, btw) and listening to him bragging about how he could not only crash sims, but actually hijack them? Told me pretty much all I needed to know. Or otherwise put. SOS under a different moniker. *shrugs*

405 weeks ago @ Virtuality Hacks Blog - Behind the Skiddies Em... · 1 reply · 0 points

Of course I'm not going to create "BOGUS data" silly. Nor would I post my results bc I already knew that is the exact type of stupidity that someone would pull out of their nether regions. And besides, as I stated on the forum, there are a ton of port sniffers avail (even free ones), so ppl can see for themselves.

405 weeks ago @ Virtuality Hacks Blog - Behind the Skiddies Em... · 1 reply · 0 points

Parx wrote in part: "You can back this sexual harasser claim up with a name or some basic facts beyond your word on the street?"

You bet. But I won't be doing so on this little blog in the inet backwaters. The people who need to know, do.

406 weeks ago @ Virtuality Hacks Blog - Winds of Change · 0 replies · +1 points

I agree. We keep waiting for the other shoe to drop, and the other shoe keeps dropping and dropping and dropping. They clearly have several feet. The thing that Blue keeps hinting at disturbs me. Not just that he's being cryptic but that he keeps repeating it, as if he's trying to warn us of something, without letting the cat out of the bag.

413 weeks ago @ Virtuality Hacks Blog - Behind the Skiddies Em... · 1 reply · 0 points

The traffic originating from the client to their server. Everything originating from their server to the client is coming in as either compressed format (for graphics) or plaintext.

413 weeks ago @ Virtuality Hacks Blog - Behind the Skiddies Em... · 0 replies · 0 points

The Imprudence developers are definitely a class act. They'll go far!