Probably the funniest thing I did was blow up 3 explosives at my school, and no one, other than my best friends at the time, knew I did that hahaha
Your Lain profile pic is gorgeous.I made a proxy to bypass my school's content blocking since I was bored and wanted to play games. After it got spread around the school, I got called into a meeting room with some of the higher ups in the school's management, my mother and (for some reason) the police. Basically was just asked to take it offline since they couldn't stop it themselves (Was using no-ip so kept changing the domain every time they blocked it). Wasn't worth the trouble just to play some games so took it down. Still don't know why the police were there.
Aftermath was fun since the I.T support of the school were impressed and agreed to let me help out with their support stuff after school. Free labour for them and I get to do what I enjoy doing. Win win.
Just too bad the school didn't have your Medicat repair kit to get rid of that shit.I created a batch script called "Death by a Thousand Documents" and it would endlessly extract 1,000 blank text documents from a .cab file I made onto the desktop, causing a visual clusterfuck. Not sure how many that is per second, because the harddrives could hardly keep up with the batch file... but it ran silently and endlessly, even after a reboot (Thanks, startup folder). And back then, computer screens were only between 640x480 to 800x600 at best, running Windows 95 or Windows 98SE. So deleting the text documents on-screen were futile as more would instantly flood the screen again, thanks to auto-arrange and the batch file running.
And this was in the late 90's, so each classroom only had 1 or 2 computers. Pretty much all Pentium II's and III's.