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Busted For Extreme CL Blackhatting...

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by ukescuba, Feb 4, 2009.

  1. ukescuba

    ukescuba Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    you always get one who has to take it that little bit further!
     
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  2. MrsE

    MrsE BANNED BANNED

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    no shit...lol

    better watch my own ass!! :D

    if someone did that to me.... i'd find their ass, and gut them in their mother's shower... no joke!
     
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    damnnn crazy mofo's hahaha
    those robbers are smarter, make a good deal, make the money come to them and just take it.. wow!
    now they just need a way to fake the referrer loool
     
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    Here in FLA we carry .... say hello to my little friend:D
     
  5. travs

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    i won't call it blackhat at all
     
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    lol... this guys probably got some tips through BHW, and decided to take it to another level...LOL

    I think I might write an ebook on this, and sell it to some criminals.... I can perhaps market it to newly released convicts....

    this will worth 5k, and it will be way better than Nevarc's crappy *********.. :p
     
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  7. Rotting_Corpse

    Rotting_Corpse Registered Member

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    Thats not blackhat, thats just some gangsta wannabes tryin to get into a market they couldn't handle. Now that the story is out there are gonna be copy cats trying this. Which will in turn force CL to tighten up there security/standards for posting ads. That will just make it harder for us to make money working real blackhat angles.
     
  8. jvmarket

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    Got to say...his offer was hard to say no to......lol
     
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    Yeah. You can tell these guys didnt know anything about proxies. Lol
     
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    That is daylight roberry not BH. Glad the idiot got caught and hope people don't lose trust on CL due to this robbers.
     
  11. 18turbo

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    That isn't bh and it will never be.
     
  12. Don Cashola

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    The classifieds Web site Craigslist warns its users to avoid scams by dealing "locally with folks you can meet in person."
    But Max Stiles learned the hard way last month that meeting in person could be the scam itself, particularly when the local folks present guns instead of a motorcycle they promised to sell you for $4,000.
    "If you have a gun to your head and a Tech-9 to your chest, they're pretty serious," Stiles said.
    The 29-year-old Austin resident parted with the cash he'd brought to San Antonio to pay for the bike. This week, investigators arrested a man they say pulled at least three other such stunts, two in Tucson, Ariz., and another in the Alamo City.
    Charged with two counts of aggravated robbery and an aggravated assault charge in Arizona, Eduardo Cordero, 22, remained Tuesday in Bexar County Jail on a combined $175,000 bond.
    Witnesses said at least two other men were accomplices in the San Antonio robberies, according to an affidavit for an arrest warrant.
    A regular user of Craigslist, Stiles called a number listed in an advertisement there for a motorcycle. A man answered the phone, and the parties settled on a rendezvous spot in San Antonio and a price: $4,000.
    On Jan. 9, the would-be buyer and seller met at a Home Depot, where the man told Stiles the motorcycle was at a nearby apartment complex. Once there, the man pointed a gun at Stiles as another man got out of a car and pointed an assault rifle at his chest, the affidavit said.
    "Take it as a loss, homey," the first man said.
    A similar incident occurred three days later at another North Side apartment complex. Again, a Craigslist user expecting to buy a motorcycle was robbed of $4,000, according to another affidavit for an arrest warrant.
    A San Antonio robbery detective obtained the telephone records from the numbers listed in the online advertisements. He noticed that both numbers had calls between Tucson and San Antonio.
    The detective called a robbery detective in Tucson, who said two similar robberies had occurred there. An investigation in Tucson led to a suspect, whom Stiles and the other victim identified in photo lineups, the affidavit said