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Discussion in 'Computer Tutorials' started by Luglige, May 29, 2016.
I know, just saying what I was using.
Many years ago, a friend of mine (a Mac guru) brought in a a daemon for AppleScript. He let me in on the deal and we had some fun. In short, it let you remote execute a script on any Mac it was installed in as long as you knew the IP. We had learned all the IPs so we knew where to send the scripts when people we didn't like came in. Let me make it clear that it was for retaliatory purposes for bullying, etc. One time I sent a script to alert 5000 times to a Mac this girl was working on while she was quite a ways in on a paper she was working on. Quack... quack... quack... *reboots without having saved* Revenge of the nerds!
I'm at the point where I'm outdated again My knowledge is too old to be very functional nowadays, and I'm assuming I should start over and do my best to keep up this time.
chattr +i /Users/*
Much more effective.
chattr +i /Users/*
This was back in the day of OS8 so that wouldn't have worked.
So basic UNIX commands weren't available on OS 8?
OSX was the first Unix-based Mac OS (based on NeXT). There wasn't anything command-line-wise except maybe 3rd party pseudo-shells.
TIL. Interesting. I've always wanted to throw OS 9 or prior on a VM for shits and giggles. I knew OS X was based on NeXT and code from FreeBSD, though I thought the OS had always shared traits with UNIX systems.
Does this change the password to a networked administrator?
I'm trying to do this but I'm afraid it's easy to be caught logging I'm this way
No. This only allows you to run a prompt with administrative privileges on the local machine. Changing the password of a network administrator would require access to the issuing host server.
oh so you can't actually login to the admin account or escalate privilege to another account?
I used a live usb and the Admin in school said its illegal to use a live usb on school pc´s
It gets stuck at attempting repairs. Any Ideas?
Hm, does it give you an error?
Is it bad that our school computers make everyone have admin access?
No i think it's a good thing.
No, go and delete system32
I just begun to do this on my laptop...
I stopped it, but there was no warning prompt
Microsoft and their dumb loopholes
Thought they've learned
look what I'm doing today!