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November 2012
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... I think

My girlfriend is pregnant.

Suppose I really should update this thing more often. Kinda forget I have it even though I've this account for nearly 7 years.
I'll do it later though ;)

Current Mood: calmBaked
Current Music: Sasha & Marie - Be As One

Just out the door but figured 10 seconds to wish everyone a very happy 2008 would not hurt.
Have a great one everyone!

--Jazz

Current Location: Out the door
Current Mood: hyperhyper
Current Music: Sasha and Maria - Be As One

Oh my god, where has this year gone??!

Current Mood: highhigh
Current Music: Essential Mix 15/Dec/07 Street Life DJ's

Happy Birthday to Me,
Happy Birthday to Me,
Happy Birthday dear ....

bah!

Current Music: Ozgur Can - Spara Mig

Went out to play poker last night, just a few friendly games for a couple of quid, nothing major. I come home around 3am with smile on my face and and extra 50 in my pocket. Hit the sack for a couple of hours, come back downstairs around 5:15am to find my web and IRC server ground to a halt. Not one, but TWO discs failing simultaniously.
It never fucking rains ...

Current Mood: pissed offpissed off
Current Music: Jan Zyabovski - Vanilla

Things been a bit hectic over the last few weeks, things going on left, right and centre. Hopefully things will quiet down a little now otherwise I'll need another holiday (Come ooooon holiday!!).

Had a few seconds to finish up a few projects (that, as always, I'll never actually release). The one I'm happiest with is a small downloader. The loader drops a small ring0 driver (into an ADS), starts the default web browser as found in HKLM\http\shell\open\command, registers the driver as a system service which hides the browser process (and itself) by hooking NtQuerySystemInformation), drops a dll into same file as the driver (using different stream, also hidden by driver,), injects the dll into the hidden browser process and finally the dll downloads and executes a remote executable file. Not bad for 3Kb :)

Now to take a few sleeping pills and have a nice relaxing coma for the next 19 hours.

Current Mood: tiredtired
Current Music: TV (background noise only)

No so much of a list as one small present:

Apple.com

Extras:
Two 3.0GHz Quad-Core Intel Xeon
16GB (8 x 2GB) RAM
Mac Pro RAID Card
4 x 750GB 7200-rpm Serial ATA 3Gb/s
NVIDIA Quadro FX 4500 512MB, Stereo 3D (2 x dual-link DVI)
2 x Apple Cinema HD Display (30" flat panel)
Two 16x SuperDrives
Both Bluetooth 2.0+EDR and AirPort Extreme
Quad-channel 4Gb Fibre Cannel PCI Express car

So if anyone is feeling in a giving mood ....

Current Mood: lovedLustfull

Found a nasty little XSS (Cross Site Scripting) bug on Microsoft's MSDN website earlier. It allows a user to control the main frame, which could be quite handy to someone when used with a little social engineering.
Anyway, I won't go into too much detail as they have yet to fix it (working with them now), so I'll just post a couple of screen I took. In these I have hosted a modified MS webpage on a personal server and simply edited with a meta-refresh and link pointing to MS07-042.exe. Obviously this could also be replaced with an MPack iframe or similar.


With Frame



Without Frame

Current Mood: geeky
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