The New Order's unbroken string of victories is impressive--indeed, it's unprecedented in the history of EVE. Equally impressive is the ability of our Agents to remain modest in the midst of it all. You'd think their constant success and immense fame would go to their heads. Instead, they remain humble, down-to-earth, and always helpful to any EVE player in need. Bravo!
Speaking of victories, here's just a sample of our victories from the week of July 10th @ 00:00 EVEtime through July 16th @ 23:59 EVEtime. Enjoy.
Tygoka had it all: A questionable fit, a questionable corp name, and a highly questionable attempt to breach Uedama security. Agents Jayson Kusion, Johnathan Kusion, Jeremiah Kusion, Joseph Kusion, Jayden Kusion, Joshua Kusion, Jackson Kusion, Jake Kusion, Justin Kusion, Joel Kusion, Amelia Maori, Jason Kusion, Erminlinda Maori, Gerlind Maori, Grimhilt Maori, Theudelinda Maori, Gertrud Maori, Ermingard Maori, Avila Maori, Adelina Maori, and Adela Maori took him down. When the Kusion family and the Maori family get together, magical things happen.
The freighter pilot claimed to be an alt of someone and vowed revenge. Said revenge is already quite late in arriving, if it ever does.
Next, a few kills with a common theme. Late last week, Tolean Sauren was caught by Agents Mildron Klinker and Molly Klinker. And to think, they nearly skipped the Ommare system! It was fate. The Hulk pilot lost his trio of ORE Strip miners.
Scratch two more ORE Strip Miners. Carmesin Phoenix's capacitor tank couldn't hold up to the combined firepower of Agents SiVIsPacem ParaBellum and Snigie Audanie. And another group of Agents downed a second double-ORE Strip Miner Mackinaw this week.
Nicotin3 learned to her horror that even a Skiff isn't safe when equipped with an illegal ORE Strip Miner. Weighing in at nearly 900 million isk, the decadent Skiff was doomed from the moment it undocked. A joint operation between the New Order and Miniluv targeted permit-less Skiff pilots this week. Nicotin3 was caught in the net by Agents BAE B BLUE, Nullus Modus, Archibald Fizzleblade, Hermann Fizzleblade, Jack Fizzleblade, Aini Flowerchild, BAE B PEW, Franz Fizzleblade, SynthiaGreey, Lawrence Lawton, Jasper Esper, Whitney Wooberg, Alexis Grixis, Sigmund Jund, and James Poddington.
Thomel thought his 3.4 billion isk Bowhead and cargo were invincible, so he moved down to Uedama to challenge the law. But there's only so much invincibility to go around, and our Agents have a monopoly on it. Agents Joel Kusion, Jackson Kusion, Johnathan Kusion, Winnie Po0h, Adelina Maori, Amelia Maori, Avila Maori, Jeremiah Kusion, Joshua Kusion, Jason Kusion, Justin Kusion, Ermingard Maori, Jake Kusion, Adela Maori, Erminlinda Maori, Joseph Kusion, Theudelinda Maori, Jayden Kusion, Gerlind Maori, Gertrud Maori, Grimhilt Maori, and Jayson Kusion tore through the Bowhead, no doubt aided by the fact that it contained no lowslots whatsoever.
It did, however, have a lot of contraband.
The Bowhead was carrying a number of Skiffs and other mining ships, all decked out and ready for an illegal mining operation. Miners, you should spend your time and money on getting permits instead.
No matter how much progress we see in highsec, it seems there's always a few stragglers who don't want to take part. Jolie Croft was autopiloting in a shuttle. Didn't she know this is 2016? If not, Agent Eva Mavas reminded her.
2.6 billion isk in implants went up in flames. Maybe this will help Jolie join the future with the rest of us.
\o/ Praise James!ReplyDelete
@nVideo: You really like James, don't you. I bet you like those crappy nVidia cards too. Oh, they perform good, but they don't last 2 years. Every. Single. One. that I have had failed within 2 years. Kinda reminds me of a code supporter named Nitetime Video.Delete
And yet, BM, I've had my GeForce GTX 690s since - 2011! Guess you were just unlucky. Tech is like that.Delete
Maybe, because I had 4 different cards where they failed within 2 years...I had one in a laptop that did last 8 years though. That was the exception. Probably why I prefer ATI cards anyways.Delete
These kills of the week just show what a bunch of assholes that code is. Picking on defenseless carebears to get some lols. Proof that code is full of sociopaths, psychopaths, wankers, virgins living in their parent's basement, and Islamic clerics who remotely stage failed coup d'etats. Why don't you goto lowsec, or even nullsec, and try to enforce your so called code there. I would be interested in knowing how long you stay there before you are forced out.ReplyDelete
Lol yet another carebear who wishes we were the New Order of Nullsec...Delete
Code couldn't survive in nullsec. I guess Carebears will just have to endure, or they could just man up and come to null themselves to mine and make money. Yet none of them do.Delete
Quick loyalanon grab the Ritalin before you say something stupid! It worked last time! Just stick to the metered dosage daily and you'll be ok bud! I Believe in you!ReplyDelete
"The New Order's unbroken string of victories is impressive--indeed, it's unprecedented in the history of EVE. Equally impressive is the ability of our Agents to remain modest in the midst of it all."ReplyDelete
Equally impressive is the ability of AG nerds to remain in denial in the midst of it all.
What is equally impressive is the fact that the NO insane asylum fails to claim their failures as well. Nobody is that good...nobody. Spin much?Delete
I am a real life friend and co-worker of Butthurt Miner. I would just like to remind you that he has a master's degree in compsci and is a genius with both encryption and social engineering.ReplyDelete
o/ Hey, Alana!Delete
So Alana, did Bowl Movement tell you my credentials again? I don't do social engineering though. Speaking of which, where is our flushing challenged friend? I haven't seen him on here lately.Delete
bm, we all know that bowl movement is just you, like your 'friend' telling us how cool and smart you were.Delete
It's sad really.
So tell us more about your compsci masters, and how you are the bestest troll at your job, and how you are soooo smart you can hack the Gibson daily!
I don't need to say anything to get tears from my beloved fanboy. I still don't know who Bowl Movement is, just like I don't know who this Davey guy you keep mentioning is. But you really want to know about what I do?
Fine, I'll tell you.
I've been working on a project to modify the firmware of our SATA drives to require that all firmware upgrades be digitally signed. This includes the monitor program on the DSP flash ROM memory as well as the different modules that reside in the service area on the disk. Each drive will have its own unique key that is used for the digital signing, as well as other things such at the ATA password lock for transparent full disk encryption.
We are doing this in response to the recent revelations that an NSA sponsored hacking team known as "The Equation Group" has written HD firmware that works with our drives to compromise a computer, and other things. As for the HD lock and full disk encryption, the way it was done before was that the key was stored in a specific spot on the disk in the clear. If you had access to special equipment, you could open the drive, and using the special equipment, read that key and decrypt the entire disk. This is good for data recovery, but not for security. With the new method, that will be no longer possible. Unfortunately, it requires a new custom DSP chip which has a new secured memory module that only the DSP can access. We could have put it on the board as a separate chip, but then someone with a logic analyzer can watch the signals between the DSP and the memory chip, unsolder the chip from the board, then read the data out.
The primary reason why we store the password on the platters instead of the controller card is if the controller card fails, then the data stored on the platters is lost. Since the key is stored with the data, the data is recoverable. However, using this new method, since we know what they keys are to each drive, the data is still accessible by us or a recovery specialist. Using a special program, one would manually type the key in or use a key file which gets sent to the drive which overrides the built in key which enables the data stored on the drive to be recovered. These new features are in the works and should be available in our products within the next generation or two.
That copy paste from Wikipedia thoughDelete
Wolf calm down! Remember your training in Ritalin! In Ritalin you trust!Delete
Is this another week showcasing antigankings failure to stop code? yup yup! xdddddReplyDelete
Quick! Ritalinanon, come up with a witty reply to loyal's post!Delete
Don't forget to post it on the hisec militia blog that no one reads as well!
What makes you think he can be witty? XD
Anyway, that's just BM thinking he's witty, while we all pity his blood relatives. You know if you were kin to him you would be worried about your genetics too.
Showcase Ritalin! Only Ritalin can stop antiganking! Nitetime you are a nobody worth saving. Only loyalanon can be saved. Ritalin is easy remember that bud. We are rooting for you! XoxoDelete
I like how people attribute anonymous posts to me that I had nothing at all to do with. Are the NO agents stupid or paranoid? Maybe a bit of both?Delete
#Winning. Paranoid since Zopiclone told them to bend over and grab their ankles. Gay Pwned.Delete
Metered dosage Ritalin. Its easy loyalanon. Ritalin is easy!ReplyDelete
Zopiclone won! It's a story for the kids and grandkids!ReplyDelete
bibbity BOPPITY, FACK YOU lame code. You haven't evolved in 3-4 years since you started. Get new material. Update your lame code. Oh whoever Zopiclone is, you won. Cool profile although not very active now from the looks of it.ReplyDelete
But where oh where is Ming?ReplyDelete
And I'm laughing at your stupidity. So you think that I am the one posting all these anonymous comments on here? Sorry to break it to you, but I'm not the only troll on here. I post under my name, which is something that you are too much of a coward to do.ReplyDelete
So much salt on the ground around here... must be AG tears.ReplyDelete