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RE: Blowing a computers power supply remotely.


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Posted on 30-08-08 10:44
@emo: a little late in this but as i know it was said before that it is highly unlikely that software is going to interfere with the hardware except for the case of the bios. to kill someone's hardware, you would have to know the hardware language, and unless you know binary, hex, ABEL, VHDL, and Verilog...just go ahead and hang up your hopes of killing a computer's hardware remotely or locally, as you have to go and flash the ROM on these chips......so there is my two cents..


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Posted on 30-08-08 15:35
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Ruckus wrote:
@emo: a little late in this but as i know it was said before that it is highly unlikely that software is going to interfere with the hardware except for the case of the bios. to kill someone's hardware, you would have to know the hardware language, and unless you know binary, hex, ABEL, VHDL, and Verilog...just go ahead and hang up your hopes of killing a computer's hardware remotely or locally, as you have to go and flash the ROM on these chips......so there is my two cents..


Stop necroing. I really don't care about your single Great British penny.


so sorry to offend.....no not really....no one explained why its was it couldnt be done. you went with with your usual response of google it. do me a favor and use something more creative in your next round of insults, im getting tired of your 3 grade level remarks.


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Posted on 30-08-08 15:39
Ruckus wrote:
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Stop necroing. I really don't care about your single Great British penny.


so sorry to offend.....no not really....no one explained why its was it couldnt be done. you went with with your usual response of google it. do me a favor and use something more creative in your next round of insults, im getting tired of your 3 grade level remarks.


The thread was dead and forgotten... so, it doesn't matter what was or wasn't explained in it. He didn't insult you in any real way; he simply told you to stop reviving dead threads.

So, just shut up and leave the thread dead.


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