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Discussion in 'Switch - Hacking & Homebrew' started by gabru, Jun 8, 2017.
We all know, stop trying to expose someone who has already been thoroughly exposed.
maybe we should make a meme out of that.
No, lets not
VirusTotal is actually trustworthy. I saw that malware researchers use it at times to identify various similarities (I think it was a researcher identifying a file).
The point is it wasn't necessary for a Python script that, among other things, doesn't do any file I/O.
print ("Hello, Homebrew.")
print ("Omnibreak v0.1 Developer")
code = input ("Enter Developer Key: ")
if code == "admin":
print("Welcome to Omnibreak HBL")
runsploit = input("Run HBL? y/n: ")
if runsploit == "y":
input("PRESS ENTER TO CLOSE")
I don't know Python very well, but this looks like pure crap
It is pure crap, you can write this in a few moments, even with little to no Python experience
They didn't even bother hashing this "developer key", which I assume they don't want anyone to know. Very clearly it's a bunch of primary school kids who think they're 1337 hax0rs because they learned a bit of HTML and python
I had so much fun blasting these kids in the original "reveal", but really it should have died right there.
Even a dementia ridden chimp with cataracts the size of a polish satellite disc can tell all that python script does it print some bullshit text with options as worthless as a whore at a eunuchs choir practise..
You have a very... interesting imagination
We didn't even need to see a site or any code to know they were fake, they fit ALL the right criteria for dumb mega-troll kids.
1) Wild claims
2) No proof
3) "Sorry at school will update when I get home"
Endless, endless poor excuses at every turn.
Obvious from the start.
Bro, if they can't even make a fucking proper link I doubt they should brag about them knowing HTML.
.us domains are like $2 per year (from a quick search), and I don't know much about web hosting but I'm pretty sure hosting a website accessible to others is as easy as ignoring your ISP's threats not to, flipping a bunch of settings in your router settings thingy and installing apache
What is it finaly ?
By link I mean't like a link you click on. They couldn't simply do <a href="link">click here</a>, I can do that in like 5 seconds.
It's just a "Output text to screen and wait for input" type of code.
It doesn't even abort the script if you put in the wrong developer's "key", it keeps going either way.