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Believe It Or Not-Watch Hidden Movie In Your Computer

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by gsxrjunkie, Feb 14, 2009.

  1. gsxrjunkie

    gsxrjunkie Newbie

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    Windows XP Home + Pro Edition - Star wars episode 4 a new hope

    1. Open Windows XP and go to Start, then run.
    2. Type in or copy "telnet towel.blinkenlights.nl" without the commas.
    3. Sit back and watch the ASCII movie

    Enjoy
     
  2. marcello

    marcello Registered Member

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    actually it's not hidden in your computer or OS because it opens a telnet connection. So I could watch the "movie" on my Mac ... nice for geeks but I would never watch a movie in ASCII mode ;)
     
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    ajeeyunz Regular Member

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    not work.. :confused:
     
  5. Deaner

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    LOL. . .

    Cute! I watched for a couple of minutes 'til my brain started filling in missing music and sounds.

    Good for a chuckle. Thanks!
     
  6. vslay

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    It definitely works, but that's like saying that watching a video on Youtube is a hidden movie on your computer. It's opening a connection to a server via Telnet and downloading it, nothing is stored on your computer, and you can do it on a Windows PC, a Mac, Linux, or anything.

    Nonetheless, that is pretty cool, although I've never been much of a Star Wars fan.