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    Prank script

    Hello all,
    about a decade ago I remember coming across a network prank script that inverted all images coming in though a NAT (?). People on the local network would see upside-down images in their browsers.
    I don't remember the details, there was some hookup into the NAT (or a forced proxy ?), some call to ImageMagick to invert the images, etc...
    I tried to search for it on google but came out empty handed...

    Does it strike a bell for anyone ?
    Yeah, planning for thursday...

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    Re: Prank script

    Is this what you are looking for?
    http://www.ex-parrot.com/pete/upside-down-ternet.html
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    Re: Prank script

    Yes. I found it and it was implemented at work with great success on April 1st... We told people that there was probably a crossover cable somewhere along the line !

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    Re: Prank script

    Quote Originally Posted by dargaud View Post
    Yes. I found it and it was implemented at work with great success on April 1st... We told people that there was probably a crossover cable somewhere along the line !
    did they believe you?
    Someday we'll hit the human carrying capacity. And the band will just play on. -Me

    I'm trying PHP, so my code can probably be labelled "bad and insecure"

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    Re: Prank script

    Users will believe anything their admins tell them... Technology is indistinguishable from magic for most people, including researchers.

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