Say It Ain’t So, D3adly — Avatars United Takes A Hit, Yet Again

by Defne Demar on 23/05/10 at 8:25 pm

You don’t hear much of d3adlyc0d3c lately, except on the comment sections of various blogs. You definitely don’t see him in Second Life. Did the deadly disease get the best of him and take his hacking career down? Not really, says D3adly. But he seems to have gotten “less” deadly, that’s for sure.

Explaining that he misses Second Life sometimes, he openly admits that whenever he starts back up again he “really always end[s] up clashing with the wrong people and then going on some sort of stupid griefer rampage.” That doesn’t mean he stopped messing around in the digital playgrounds of the Interwebs. Apparently, Avatars United, with its questionable infrastructure, became one such playground for D3adly.

Avatars United has seen plenty of feedback from d3adlyc0d3c
Avatars United has seen plenty of feedback from d3adlyc0d3c

Back in February, Alphaville Herald had reported on the security holes of this newfangled social networking site for avatars. Some residents even questioned the necessity of such a social networking site, suggesting that since Second Life itself is defined (by the Lindens) to be a community site, this sloppy attempt at improving the experience (not to mention attempt at a likely competition with Facebook) via an insecure and immature AU site is a questionable move at best. Problems? Set aside the fact that we are officially social-networked out (yet another site to log onto!), the anonymity of the site lends itself to impersonation and deception. For instance, there appears to be more Linden employees on the site than in real life. Not your problem? Surely you have heard about the security holes.

After having read our coverage on AU, D3adly, curious to discover some of these vulnerabilities, opened an account and started testing the site to figure out the extent to which the site was insecure. His results are mind-blowing. He confirmed what some of us had suspected for awhile now: the site was seriously insecure.

Having figured out how that the AU system generated security tokens for its users and what these tokens meant, D3adly was able to “forge” requests being sent to the server to generate these tokens and, in doing so, accessed other people’s accounts and applications. While acknowledging that his motivations were merely based on curiosity and a genuine desire to help the Lindens in finding bugs, he says that anyone with questionable intentions could have used the compromised site for malicious purposes.

In addition to injecting HTML IMG tags into a number of AU profiles using the aforementioned bug and forcing a group of users (such as Soft Linden) to send him friend requests, he was able to spoof messages that appeared to come from anyone he wanted, including from FBjork, the AU developer and the founder of Enemy Unknown, and inject messages into other people’s message threads and read private messages between users. I must say, glancing at the samples of private communication between users did not surprise me one bit. But receiving them from someone who made his career out of griefing and crashing sims left me a bit uneasy.

For those who are wondering what D3adly will do with this, rest assured: his malicious days are long gone. He can barely remember his days in the PN or even in Dissention, a three-week griefing group where he and several other folks crashed sims and hacked their way into the Linden network in Facebook to gather information about the LL employees from their profiles for nothing more than maybe sending them flowers — OK, maybe there was a little more intention involved. Instead, he reported several dozen security issues to Soft Linden with the understanding that they will be fixed soon – but not before teasing Plastic Duck.

Responding to an argument that the two had in Facebook, D3adly hacked into Plastic’s profile (who allegedly hates Chans) and modified his AU profile to an image of the Anonymous, and made him shout in his status, “I think I liked the Chans now.” We feel for Plastic. But our concerns are somewhat different. Will the security holes be fixed sooner rather than later? Remains to be seen. As Plastic Duck once said in an interview: “I’ve noticed with Linden Lab telling them to fix something isn’t enough. You need to exploit it to hell and cause half of the SL population to freak out before anything is done.” True, but other relevant questions are: Do we need yet another social networking site? Will AU make the experience of SL better? My guess is, no & not likely. All avatars are already on Facebook anyway.

58 Responses to “Say It Ain’t So, D3adly — Avatars United Takes A Hit, Yet Again”

  1. All Seeing Eye

    May 23rd, 2010

    Isn’t that codec guy dying of aids or something?

    Kingdon needs to hire a real Cyber Security type executive to deal harshly with all security issues including HR related issues.

  2. Backhanded Comment

    May 23rd, 2010

    The reason Plastic hates “chans” is because he’s a Goon from SA. It’s only natural to hate anything 4chan related. Why? Because in the mind of a Goon, /b/tards and their likes lack “originality”. They only shout memes, racial slurs, and over-used grotesque imagery for shock value. Which, I can’t argue with them on that. That is what a /b/tard does 97% of the time.
    But on the same token, I view Goons in the same light… more nerdy of course. Probably better at their Photoshop skills. But, they have their stupid little memes too.
    And let’s be honest. Neither of them could fight themselves out of a Japanese linen closet.

    Now I’m not defending Plastic Duck. I met the kid once in-world. I just view him as a washed up has-been, that no one cares about any more, who has little to do with SL these days, to begin with. He’s just a name bloggers throw around, for “views” on their SL related Blogger accounts. Herald I’m pointing at you also.

    Bottom line, who cares about a has-been W-hat Goon and a has-been PN/4chan brat with too much time on their hands?
    Just the Herald, and the people who still think this trash is relevant. and interesting. Inb4 some random schmuck writes “Herpa durp, it got you to come here and comment derp!”.

  3. Sylauxe

    May 24th, 2010

    Oh golly gee, more sad nerds looking for relevancy!

  4. >impyling today’s wannabe Goons don’t live off of the meaty goodness created by the Goons of yore.

  5. >implying that I’m good at spelling after a bottle of Jack.

  6. Prastic Ruck

    May 24th, 2010

    I appreciated 4chan and SA equally back in the day, when I lived with mom and didn’t fully understand how to behave in society.

    I’m still quite busy in SL! I haven’t skipped a beat since Jan ’05, you can see my latest work at

    A little excerpt from that week Deadlycodec was defacing AU:

    3/9/2010 3:36:06 PM Deadlycodec: That AU profile, was just a warning along with the password reset email you got from your hosting provider. Fuck with me again, you ignorant little cannuck, and I will be focussing all of my attention on you. I’ll show you precisely how my education trumps yours. You can bank on that. You’ll get to understand how it feels to be SWATTED, first-hand. You’ll get to watch while your credit scores get fucked, and your accounts with every single social networking site that you belong to will be hacked and used to defame you. These your digits? [... phone number elided...]
    3/9/2010 3:36:19 PM Deadlycodec: Better fucking get wise, boy. I’m not playing with you xD

    There’s no denying Deadlycodec knows about the existence of cross site scripting exploits, but what started all of this? I think he got mad when I clicked “like” on every item on his facebook wall.

  7. Tesseract Toxx

    May 24th, 2010

    I was hoping that Avatars United would become something like an offline messaging platform for second life. That’s one of the biggest things that is missing. Sending notices and im’s to email really doesn’t cut it and it would be nice to be able to have a place where customers could message you instead of sending a clunky notecard.

  8. Eva Ryan

    May 24th, 2010

    Plastic who?
    D3adly what?

    I’m seriously not keeping up with everything.

    And it’s a good thing I didn’t jump on the AU bandwagon…only because I didn’t have time.

  9. Deadlycodec

    May 24th, 2010

    “There’s no denying Deadlycodec knows about the existence of cross site scripting exploits, but what started all of this? I think he got mad when I clicked “like” on every item on his facebook wall.”

    Uh, actually it started with you saying “Your mom didn’t make you bareback all of those strangers”, in regards to my AIDS diagnosis on my Facebook wall, where my little sister saw it. She had no prior exposure to that sort of talk, and asked what barebacking meant. You honestly deserved more than a little teasing on AvatarsUnited, much as you try to make it sound like there was more.

    And btw, it wasn’t a cross site scripting exploit, dumbass. All your talk like you’re some hotshot security expert, and you still know jack shit about security and vulnerabilities. The friend request bug was called Cross Site Request Forgery (and could have actually been used to take control of other people’s accounts), and attacking security token generation (btw technical details on this bug are present on one of my blogs at falls into attacking session management and possibly broken access controls and business logic errors. In no way did that attack vector even resemble an XSS bug. The tokens I attacked weren’t even cookies sent back in headers from a web browser. They were generated dynamically via Asynchronous Javascript and XML via communications with a server-side script. And the tokens weren’t obtained using any sort of XSS or CSRF attack. They actually required no interaction with third parties whatsoever, just a server-side script responsible for generating them on the fly.

    You’re still as big an idiot as ever. Clearly you have about as much as clue about what you’re talking about as you did back in last September when you tried to claim the /gs flag mitigates stack overflows, and went on to just show how ignorant you really are on the whole topic.

    And don’t kid yourself, when I have a target in mind and I look closely enough, I ALWAYS find some sort of serious bug (while I have found XSS, I have actually never exploited an XSS bug. Like most, I consider them to be a lesser vulnerability class, and I tend to go for more serious bugs such as SQL injection). Found them in Cox Communications, ID Software, NORML, Dreamhost, AvatarsUnited and numerous other networks. The only place your sorry ass ever found a bug was in Second Life. So no worries, you won’t be discrediting me any time soon.

    Anyways, these AU bugs were fixed quite awhile back. They fixed the session management attack, the user impersonation, pm stealing, and the CSRF bugs pretty quickly after I reported them. Linden Lab was very responsive, and I was impressed with how they handled it. They appeared to be making genuine efforts to handle security issues better.

  10. Deadlycodec

    May 24th, 2010

    And just so everyone knows, the idiot Patrick Sapinski never even played a role in my motivations for finding bugs in AU. I started looking within 2 days of SLH publishing that AU article. I generally am always looking for a new “project” (ie place to find bugs, learn and experiment) and it just so happened that AvatarsUnited was my project that week. The only motivations I came in with were an interest in network security, the fact that I hadn’t looked at AU before, and the fact that despite the fact that everyone was saying it was insecure, I knew it would be challenging to find anything more than an XSS bug. And it was, very challenging.

    They weren’t vulnerable to most of your typical stuff that you’d find in web applications. To find what I found, I had to get really down and dirty with an intercepting proxy to really understand how things worked.

    Sapinski was just an afterthought, no matter how badly he wants to try and make it sound differently, doubtless just for the attention.

  11. Prastic Ruck

    May 24th, 2010

    Dear Deadlycodec

    Could you please summarize your feelings in three sentences or less? I’m a little busy but I try to reply to all my fans!!

  12. Deadlycodec

    May 24th, 2010

    @Prastic Ruck

    So I guess you’re pretty trolled then, huh? I don’t think I’ve ever seen you so pissed. Whining about “defacing” AvatarsUnited because your profile picture got changed – comedy gold!

  13. It's Unfixable

    May 24th, 2010

    Yet another article glorifying PN/Woodbury/hacker of the month. Completely predictable, and completely unsurprising.

  14. Kiddoh

    May 24th, 2010

    @It’s Unfixable: The only thing predictable is your inability to say anything useful.

  15. The Avatar Formally Known As . . .

    May 24th, 2010

    It’s Unfixable, you do realise you sound so jealous.

    Maybe if you whine enough the Herald will see you have done something more than anyone else and write a piece about it.

    Then again, maybe not!

  16. Nebula/PinkBunny

    May 24th, 2010

    plastic always was stupid, plus I seem to remember dissension crashing many sims….

  17. It's Unfixable

    May 24th, 2010

    Jealous of this? You wish. Repulsed maybe.

  18. Gundel Gaukelei

    May 24th, 2010

    Fanboy Kiddoh jumping to the rescue again – proving his own assertion wrong by posting it.

  19. Kiddoh

    May 24th, 2010

    @Gundel Gaukelei: Acting pretentious, a good point does not make. Try again please, and this time with a little more thought and effort.

  20. It's Unfixable

    May 24th, 2010

    And once again, it’s all about WOODBURY WOODBURY WOODBURY!!



  21. Gundel Gaukelei

    May 24th, 2010

    @Kiddoh: your definition of “useful” would be interesting

  22. cool dog.. nice pic

    May 24th, 2010

    I think I liked the Chans now.

  23. It's Unfixable

    May 24th, 2010

    Better than this place. Unfixable’s Law: Any post on the Herald will either be ABOUT Woodbury/PN, or a Woodbury/PN will post something pointless and stupid in the comments on it within the first five posts.

  24. Deadlycodec

    May 24th, 2010

    @It’s Unfixable

    But I’m not a WU or PN member.

    The PN site hasn’t even been up for like 6 months and I haven’t griefed SL in years.

    Maybe you should try to see it from a different perspective. A documentary called “Hacker’s Wanted”, directed by Sam Bozzo and starring Adrian Lamo was just leaked on The Pirate Bay. The movie goes into the philosophy of hacking. Lamo is one of the most well-known former greyhat hackers who penetrated major corp networks such as Microsoft, Excite@home, the New York Times, and Yahoo! News, among numerous others. He HELPED these people fix SERIOUS bugs in those networks, and was ‘thanked’ with a federal indictment in 2003 for the New York times breach (though he only received probation and a hefty fine, I still believe that Lamo should NEVER have been prosecuted for his work, and I will not ever see it any other way).

    If you’re really posting comments without an agenda, then maybe you’ll be open to the realization that hacking isn’t about what you think it’s about. The “hackers” that you’re always bitching about, are in many cases harmless, and in some cases, they are responsible for helping YOU, the consumer, indirectly. Without learning about vulnerabilities, how is it you think that people can learn to PROTECT against intrusion?

    These AU bugs could have been worse. They could have been worse if I had discovered them back in my heyday, or if the wrong person had discovered them recently. Thankfully, no one was victimized beyond sending a few involuntary friend requests (and a profile image being modified). I call that a win-win situation for everyone.

    I believe that the “hackers” you are upset at, are the vandals and the people who are responsible for disrupting your online experience, something which I don’t do anymore. Worse than that, there are some who have been indicted in massive federal investigations for stealing millions of credit card numbers. Albert Gonzalez was recently sentenced to 20 years in prison for stealing more than 160 million credit card numbers.

    Mark my words, there will come a day where the feds sincerely wish they hadn’t prosecuted people like Lamo, because old-school hackers with ethics have become increasingly rare.

    My only regret is that I didn’t establish myself as a greyhat from the get-go, and because of that, I catch a lot of shit over my interest, even though I have been careful not to cross the line a drew a few years back, anymore. I can’t change that I griefed in Second Life years ago, but I can choose not to do it today.

    Rest assured, if I was “defacing” as Patrick tries to suggest, you would be hearing about it, since I have had the ABILITY to deface several high-profile sites and chose not to.

  25. verbena pennyfeather

    May 24th, 2010

    Aww crap, It’s freakin reunion time! I gotta jump in on dis, yo.

    Plastic Gene Sapinski Duck Replacement: SRS long time no see man. Hows life holding up in Canuckistan? We need to link up and talk sometime soon, I have tales and legends to share.

    Deadly: We’ve never met, I’m not sure if you know me or not. Me and Plasto are old buds, but who cares. I’d like to say I consider you as sort of one of my “children” in the SL world, a sec-gen person after V5 got slamblasted. I’m glad to see you mostly reformed, and I’m truely, honestly heartbroken that you’ll be taken too soon. I wish you the best, and again, I’d love to chat sometime.

    In one of my rare moments I’m positive I’ll regret, my E-mail. verbiethecat{at}gmail{dot}com. Anyone who wants to talk to a has-been washed up griefer SLebrity, knock yerself out.

  26. Gundel Gaukelei

    May 24th, 2010

    @Deadlycodec “Mark my words, there will come a day where the feds sincerely wish they hadn’t prosecuted people like Lamo, because old-school hackers with ethics have become increasingly rare.”

    I don’t think there is a decline in the total number of old-school hackers with ethics but rather a decline in percentage.

    Apart from that minor point, I fully agree.

    Defacements & Co. may be annoying, but its the invisible threat, like organized crime in possession of 0days, I’m losing my sleep over.

    @Deadlycodec: ” My only regret is that I didn’t establish myself as a greyhat from the get-go,…”

    Gone thru this myself. Just way back.

    Maybe its useful to safe someone out there the experience. YMMV.

  27. Deadlycodec

    May 25th, 2010

    Hey verb!

    No I hadn’t met you, but I know of you from stories of the Voted 5 days. They were all pretty interesting. Nice to make your acquaintance. I’ll have to take you up on that and hit you up when I get some more down time,


    “I don’t think there is a decline in the total number of old-school hackers with ethics but rather a decline in percentage.”

    You might be right. Most of the communities I found though are chalk full of self-proclaimed hackers that don’t know very much at all! I’ve seen some knowledgeable ones on Binrev and Antilimit. They are on 2600 too, but since 2600 is fairly well known there are also lotsa kiddies too. And Secret Service. I usually just idle in a smaller channel on Antilimit with a mix of whitehats and greyhats. Everyone in there is a hardcore geek, and not really predisposed to annoying kiddie-like behaviors. You should def check it out..

  28. verbena pennyfeather

    May 25th, 2010


    Awesome, mah man. Drop me an e-mail, we’ll exchange more secure comms, and we can chat. I’d love to bounce some of the interesting stuff I learned as Information Assurance and Security in the Army off ya. It’s wild.

  29. Kiddoh

    May 25th, 2010

    I find it funny how It’s Unfixable is always the first person to mention WU in topics (and generally the only person) and is always the first person to complain about how it’s suddenly about WU when it most certainly isn’t.

    @It’s Unfixable: You should be a bit more strategic, next time. People are going to start thinking you’re insane if you keep giving yourself away so quickly.

    “@Kiddoh: your definition of “useful” would be interesting”

    Hmmm~ well I’m not entirely sure what the most useful of posts would be but I can say that the most useless of posts would be an equivalent to SPAM. Going into every conversation and complaining about the exact same thing even when it has nothing to do with them and then giving a response that are practically the same through-out.

    My biggest example would be It’s Unfixable who makes the exact same responses in just about every thread.

    First Response is usually: “Another thread about PN/WU/W-Hat griffers, puh-leeeeaaase.”

    Second Response: “Oh look now it’s a thread all about WU WU WU baaaaaaaaw, puh-leeeeaaaase.”

    Third: “Puh-leeeeeeeeaaaase.”

    The third and second responses can be switched around.

  30. Deadlycodec

    May 25th, 2010

    Also, I would actually say that AU is fairly secure at this point. I really cleaned up house.

    But if you find bugs, report them to Soft. And don’t do what I did. I may get into legal trouble over it. I wouldn’t be convicted, mostly because I prob won’t live long enough to be convicted. But they might prosecute anyways.

  31. K.T.D.

    May 25th, 2010

    The real shocker here is that people are using AU.

  32. IntLibber Brautigan

    May 25th, 2010

    Its named Avatars United as if its some sort of union or solidarity group or something, when its just another extension of the Linden corporate tyranny machine.

  33. It's Unfixable

    May 25th, 2010

    <– laughs at Intblub, who thinks that anybody who stops him from stealing from people is a tyrant.

    That said, AU is a joke. It's a spare tire afterthought, Linden Lab just taking potshots at finding new profit centers for their business. They're doing well financially, but it's obviously not the current management's doing, it's because of how well the previous management set the whole thing up. The current cadre of idiots are just in maintenance mode and have no idea what it was that made SL a success in the first place.

  34. It's Unfixable

    May 25th, 2010

    @Kiddoh – if you baww in every thread like this, I’ll just keep pointing it out, O member of the biggest mass deletion in the history of SL… you’re speaking from SUCH a position of strength.

  35. Jumpman Lane

    May 25th, 2010

    i unno WHY they keep deletein myt comments. Turdly Codec is many things but soft he aint. HE could give a shit i’m sure that i wondered aloud that he aint dead yet o’ aids hehehehe. and WONT give a shit that i ‘ll send a wreathe on that day caws he’ll be fuckin dead. Herald comment mods tighten up lmao

  36. Kiddoh

    May 25th, 2010

    “@Kiddoh – if you baww in every thread like this, I’ll just keep pointing it out, O member of the biggest mass deletion in the history of SL… you’re speaking from SUCH a position of strength.”

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! What is this garbage? Can I even take you seriously anymore? I like how you use memes in all of your arguments, especially the “baaaww” one. Do you think using a meme is going to discredit me in any way? Also; yes, me being part of the biggest mass ban in SL totally has something to do with me calling you out every time you whine about the same damn thing over and over again.

    Cry some more Unfixable and I will make sure to keep pointing it out and unlike you I can actually back up what I have to say without using a meme.

    Ahhhh~ and I am sorry your life sucks so much. :<

  37. Alyx Stoklitsky

    May 25th, 2010

    ‘Social networking’ is the worst thing to happen to the internet so far.

  38. It's Unfixable

    May 25th, 2010

    Seems to me you’ve done a pretty amazing job of screwing yourself over anyway, and wooooOOOOAAAH, do you rise to the challenge! You REALLY react well to TROLLING. This is a blast!

    Like every troll, you think it’s funny till somebody does it to you. Then you RAGE like anybody else. Comedy gold. It’s what makes Woodbury such easy targets, plus being the very personification of MASSIVE FAIL just makes it all the sweeter.

    @Alyx – I can see where you’d say that – more time is wasted on social networking than any other single thing on the ‘net, even over porn. There are some practical uses for the technology, but it’s mostly as a buffer for machines talking to other machines through Twitter and such.

  39. Deadlycodec

    May 25th, 2010

    “HE could give a shit i’m sure that i wondered aloud that he aint dead yet o’ aids hehehehe.”

    Well, that’s not a question that is very easy to answer. AIDS just destroys your immune system, then it’s a matter of waiting for something else to kill you. Ultimately, it isn’t AIDS that kills people who die AIDS-related deaths. It’s usually pneumonia or some sort of cancer (AIDS patients are at very high risk for developing certain types of cancer).

    It’s difficult to put a timeframe on it because of this, however, as of 4/29/2009 my doctors told me to expect to live for another 12-24 months. Over half of that is gone now, and my cd4 count has been steady at just above 100. I have had some infections, and also some severe nausea (lately, comes in waves and it’s definitely debilitating, so bad I can’t even move at times but when I consume cannabis I don’t notice it), but other than that nothing but weight fluctuation, some skin problems, unusually severe reactions to bug bites (but not life threatening), malaise and fatigue, and some numbness in my fingers and legs (peripheral neuropathy) as well as early stages of AIDS related dementia ie some very mild brain damage causing forgetfulness. I have to take a lot of notes to keep up with things I used to be able to do by memory. It will eventually progress, and there will be a gradual decline in cognitive abilities, judgment, and reasoning.

    TL;DR it’s a very long, drawn out and physically and emotionally taxing process.

  40. The Avatar Formally Known As . . .

    May 25th, 2010

    I really think ‘It’s Unfixable’ wanted to be WU but failed and now is pissed because he is a nobody.

    Hey DC, memory loss could be the puff, hehe. And yeah, way to many kiddies draw those seeking to lock up the ol’timers. Gone are the days we can do a trick and post it for giggles. Now, every fucking skiddie lays claim and draws way to much attention. If not them then the freaky self enforcers who would dress as superheros in RL were it not for the fact the lycra doesn’t stretch enough. They fucking report anyone they suspect to have them turned over.

  41. Deadlycodec

    May 25th, 2010

    >Hey DC, memory loss could be the puff, hehe.

    I don’t consume so much anymore. I have some legal concerns so I’ve needed to try and stay away. Long story short, an old friend and I fell out and they’ve been trying to initiate legal action of varying types for months. The criminal proceedings failed (allegations of assault and harassing communications), and now they’re trying to sue me for libel apparently. And the probable cause hearing I attended in March was super screwy. The order they sent down was NOT what was agreed upon in court. Anyways, naturally, I have expected them to try and use their knowledge that I have used cannabis against me, and the brother/attorney is tight with a lot of the local judges,etc,etc. It’s probably going to get crazy. Right now I just have very sporadic short-term memory loss. I had it occur once in the hospital after a nurse drew blood. I didn’t think she had drawn it yet and had apparently been watching the whole time. I wouldn’t have known I had missed it at all were it not for my mother telling me. Makes me wonder how many things I forget that I don’t remember (I live on my own). Right now I’m still able to function though, so I’m just enjoying it while I can.

    “Now, every fucking skiddie lays claim and draws way to much attention”

    Yeah, I wouldn’t have even told a soul about this (except LL’s people) if it weren’t for the major bug being such a golden find. It’s one of those rare gems, the type I always liked reading about in all of these books on network security I’m always poring through. I made sure they had fixed it before I published my writeup on it though.

    Normally when I find bugs, I don’t announce them to people. I don’t usually exploit them either. With bugs that you can detect from error messages, it’s easy to confirm the presence of a vulnerability without exploiting it, but in cases like this one, you couldn’t confirm that the bug was there without exploiting it. So you either report tons of POTENTIAL bugs (or none at all), most of which are likely to get ignored after you’ve annoyed the itsec guy with hella spam, or you confirm it before you report it.

  42. Kiddoh

    May 25th, 2010

    “Seems to me you’ve done a pretty amazing job of screwing yourself over anyway, and wooooOOOOAAAH, do you rise to the challenge! You REALLY react well to TROLLING. This is a blast!
    Like every troll, you think it’s funny till somebody does it to you. Then you RAGE like anybody else. Comedy gold. It’s what makes Woodbury such easy targets, plus being the very personification of MASSIVE FAIL just makes it all the sweeter.”

    You can use the “don’t worry guys I’m just trolling” excuse as much as you want, you’re still a failure who can’t hold their own. :<

  43. Deadlycodec

    May 25th, 2010

    BTW if anyone here has any webservers they would like tested for bugs, let me know and I’ll do it for free. But don’t bother me if you don’t own the site you want me to test. I will confirm ownership before I start – you won’t fool me. I don’t care if you were my enemy before, give me a place to hack legally and I won’t bother you or upset your data. I would like written authorization. And I will sign and honor Non-Disclosure Agreements.

    If you’re using shared hosting and you don’t actually own the computer on which your site is hosted, I’ll need copies of your web applications to install on my servers for black-box testing after which I’ll follow up with code analysis. I won’t do black-box testing on your hosting company’s server…doesn’t seem like an intelligent thing to do.

  44. Zeta Weather

    May 26th, 2010


    Would this not be antisocial networking?

  45. IntLibber Brautigan

    May 26th, 2010

    @ kiddoh,
    its amusing that Unfixable, aka darkfoxx, aka angel fluffy has to bawww so hard about Woodbury. Like Prok, it needs to keep Emmanuel Goldstein in the news so all the koolaid sipping LL fanbois can have their five minutes hate on schedule.

  46. Kiddoh

    May 26th, 2010

    @intlibber: So all those times it was crying about WU and then suddenly stated the article was suddenly…. If we switch WU with It’s Unfixable IT ALL MAKES SENSE NOW!

    /me puts on tin-foil hat.

    I didn’t know they hated themselves that much. Poor guy.

  47. Jumpman Lane

    May 26th, 2010

    damn deadly, sorry

  48. Jumpman Lane

    May 26th, 2010

    no i aint hehehehe

  49. darkfoxx

    May 26th, 2010

    @intblub its not half as amusing as the fact you think im Angel Fluffy or unfixable, or that you see my amusement about the irony of WU goons bawwww rivaling that of the average furfag, as bawwwwing myself.

    Ill just point it out again….

    Im laughing about you and wu’s butthurt (little reason for me to see that as negative, you see)

    One does not have to be Angel, Kalel or anyone associated with JLU to find this amusing.

    The only alt i have is not jlu or anything either. I only play SL for teh e-sex, i couldnt care less about anything else. Your being convinced id care enough about you or wu to waste my time on ‘fighting’ griefers like JLU does, is merely your ego rod polishing.

    The only reason i post at all, is pure amusement at your failing and whining. But please, do go on, your claims about who i am and why i post, are giving me plenty of lulz on their own.

  50. Gaara Sandalwood

    May 26th, 2010

    So a cyber sex loving furry fail troll. Ya, sums it up nicely.

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