19 Sep 2001 tef   » (Apprentice)

evil for dummies
In case you don't know me, im /evil/ (and i have a whole channel of idlers to prove it), anyway just had an idea for email worms (don't believe write them [then again, when have I ever had the effort to code] , i find a hatchet is a more efficient way of getting revenge [bwahah]) most email virii make up a random subject and body of the text file, or piece together a sentence from words in an array. I thought it would be more efficient to do grab a rss file from your favorite news site (possibly a random rss) and use that to generate the subject/body (fools detection algorithms), and then attaches more-info.(evil extension).
not that i'm a vx'er or anything but sometimes virii are coded better than the platform they infect (unless they're written in vbs *eugh*). another evil idea i had was parsing the inbox of infected host and then randomly replying to mail with some odd reply with the usual attachement. (my-thoughts.doc) etc.
enough evil for now. idling is calling me.

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