United States Military Intelligence Searching SOLDIERX

Our FED monitors blew up today with messages that somebody from 128.190.125.2, also known as the USAISC (United States Army Information Systems Command). After they got access denied messages when trying to access the pages they wanted, they created an account. I'm not going to reveal their account on here (it will be disclosed to VIP), but they know who I am talking about. They pulled up some data on Durandal, rainbow tables, and Kevin Mitnick. Keep in mind that if you are accessing this site from a government computer, we are watching you.

Tutorial Contest Ending Soon - 01-01-2010

Last month was our best month in terms of visitors, but we are still lacking on entries for the 2009 Tutorial Contest. The prizes are much better with all 3 places getting shirts and first place getting a choice between a $120 modified modem (with memory upgrade) or a ticket to Defcon 18. Help spread the word about this contest and get your submissions in before 01-01-2010. Please submit all entries to [email protected]

Agent Steal Public Release - A Gift From SX To The Geek Squad

After weeks of testing by crew members and VIP site members, Agent Steal is ready for public release. This tool was written as an apology to Geek Squad for our community cracking their MRI. If it confuses you why Geek Squad would want a tool to steal files off of a customer's PC, maybe you should read Consumerist Catches Geek Squad Stealing Porn. This tool was written in February of 2009, so it took a long time for me to get around to releasing it. Future Labs projects will hopefully have a much faster turnaround time. We already have plans for password stealing add-on tools, so hopefully those will be released before the holidays.

New PSP tutorial up

Today, a second PSP tutorial has been made available which continues where the first left off by explaining how to enable functions usually available in Custom Firmware on models like the the 2000 series with TA-088v3 motherboards and PSP 3000 series which cannot have custom firmware flashed onto them. With the completion of this tutorial, I wish to receive input on if I should do another PSP related tutorial or make a tutorial for another console.

Calling All Artists - SOLDIERX Wallpaper Contest

Thanks to buggy for the suggestion on the forums. Would you like a SX T-Shirt but don't have the cash? SOLDIERX proudly presents the official 2009 SX Wallpaper Contest. The contest begins now and lasts until 04-30-2010. For all of you that like to write, don't forget about our 2009 Tutorial Contest. Here are the details about the 2009 SX Wallpaper Contest:

Image must be a minimum size of 1024x768 (any size larger is fine, dimensions are up to you)
Image must have something to do with SOLDIERX
Image should be emailed to [email protected]
Image should be in jpg/png/psd format (contact RaT if there is another format that you'd like to use)

Good luck everybody! Check out SX Propaganda for ideas.

Reverse Engineering Section Added To Neophyte's Guide

With the releases of various software modifications being released (ie MRI 5.1.0.0) by various members, more and more people keep asking us how to reverse engineer software. While none of us have had time to write a definitive guide, pirrup has offered a neophyte's guide to reverse engineering at http://www.soldierx.com/Neophytes-Guide-I-Want-Reverse-Engineer-Software. Please take some time to check it out if you are interested in the subject. If you know a decent amount about reverse engineering and would like to contribute to the group, please contact RaT. Agent Steal has been released to VIP and above members of the site, so expect a public release soon. Not a VIP yet? Support us by buying a shirt and become a VIP today!

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