Gorila Vengaza > Th3 s7rYn6 what ya mean??Th3 was unimpressed by the Code and/or coding of MinerBumping. The New Order's website was at his mercy.
Jebediah Phoenix > Th3 s7rYn6 i really hope you've sent that threat to James
Th3 s7rYn6 > its simple,
Th3 s7rYn6 > pay and you may resume your activities with the shitty lamest website seen and coded to man
Th3 s7rYn6 > dont pay and will be pursued and terminated every single time its atempted to be up
Th3 s7rYn6 > so no more codes
Th3 s7rYn6 > no more fun for you guys
Th3 s7rYn6 > enjoy
Th3 s7rYn6 > you guys have 24 hoursThe deadline was set. The New Order had only 24 precious hours to come up with the money. Now the clock was ticking. Would the New Order survive this deadline, as it had the other hundred or so deadlines set by rebel forces?
Th3 s7rYn6 > tomorrow at this time if not complied with the money
Th3 s7rYn6 > will be taken down
Th3 s7rYn6 > you support your activities by astating it on a website
Th3 s7rYn6 > pretty clear
Th3 s7rYn6 > will be down
Th3 s7rYn6 > so please do yourselvs a favour
Th3 s7rYn6 > fkn pay
Jebediah Phoenix > i think its cute that you think the website is all that holds us together, i think its even cuter that you think you're going to take it downThe situation was more dire than anyone realized. Th3 wasn't making idle boasts: He'd already tested his ability to take down the website. He took it down five times in one day. Imagine the service interruptions that would result if he took it down ten times--or even a hundred or a thousand times--per day!
Th3 s7rYn6 > took it down already 5 tmies today
Th3 s7rYn6 > just to test my thesis
Jebediah Phoenix > make sure you send your demands to James
Th3 s7rYn6 > and as logically assumed its a crackAfuck of a code
Th3 s7rYn6 > so pay or be without a website
Gorila Vengaza > Jebediah Phoenix if enough ppl hit it with a low orbit ion cannon, it will go down
Gorila Vengaza > im not gonna do it but if it happens ill laugh my ass off for days
Jezzer Shras > Yeah...threatening to take down a website...not a good call to do publically. Just my two cents.
Th3 s7rYn6 > James 315 <=> RetardnessTh3 repeatedly reminded everyone in the Mining channel that the New Order needed to pay, and fast. But after a few reminders, Th3 recalled that he was in a Mining channel, and that he didn't want to spend 24 hours randomly typing numbers into it. Th3 checked his wallet the next day. The deadline had passed, and no billions were to be found.
Th3 s7rYn6 > 23h19 minutes
Th3 s7rYn6 > 23h15m n counting
Th3 found the Agent who had destroyed his Retriever and bragged about the death of MinerBumping. Mildron was confused. He was reading the dead website.
Th3 was annoyed by Mildron's ignorance of computers. The only reason MinerBumping wasn't dead now is that Th3 had stopped killing it. Duh!
Mildron gently reminded Th3 of his dead Retriever, the price of disobeying the Code. Now was not the time to pretend to bring down websites. Now was the time to buy a permit.
Th3 was temporarily brought out of his hacking-induced daze. Mining permits? Th3 continued a recent trend of new players pretending to be old ones. He had no idea why it wasn't smart to fly a Retriever with completely empty midslots, lowslots, and no rigs.
The carebear wasn't yet convinced that he needed to go with the permit option. He still held out hopes of getting the 300 billion isk ransom. However, he needed to make the New Order understand how hacking--or "dozzing"--works. A blog's readers are unaffected by dozzing. Only the hacker knows when a website has been taken down. To see the evidence that a site has been disabled, one must go into the Apache logs. Ordinary readers just keep using the site as normal.
In frustration, Th3 realized that Mildron didn't have access to the MinerBumping logs, and would therefore not be inconvenienced by any downtime MinerBumping might experience. His boasts only resulted in his name being put on the Red Pen list.
Th3's sense of reality collapsed. He didn't believe himself to be a highsec miner. He believed himself to be a 2006 character, an elite PvP'er, and a powerful hacker. Yet the rest of the human population, lacking access to Th3's logs, lived in a different reality--one in which Th3 was just another helpless carebear who lost a fail-fit Retriever.
In truth, MinerBumping can't be taken down by a dozzer or a bulldozer or whatever the rebels come up with next. It is supported by three Gibson supercomputers. Even if a rebel managed to hack one of the Gibsons, the motors on the other two would begin whirring and instantly pipe the extra traffic into their own databanks. All of this guarantees that the reader enjoys an optimal MinerBumping experience. And the New Order continues its triumphant march through cyberspace.