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Is This Bulls$$t? "black Angel"


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i was reading this and it got me wonderin...

is this B.S or could it be possible..

"Black Angel is a software product, which we, (and our beta testers) believe is going to have a significant impact on the Internet, and it's users. After Black Angel is released, you can expect to see most Internet Service Providers and other administrators of multi-user systems, ganging up on the authors and any distributors of the code, Black Angel.

Imagine having the ability to control anyone, anytime, anywhere? Imagine, using the Internet without ANYONE tracing anything back to you, executing your actions, your mind, and your thoughts, without the FBI breathing down your neck. Black Angel will give you an assortment of capabilities, without the identification. You can become fully anonymous, in any type of Internet related activity, but with more power then you could ever imagine! Some functionality which is being included has never been implemented before, or, has not been implemented in the scope that it will be in Black Angel. No, this is not fiction - this is real.

Have you heard of the freedom project? Well, for those of you who have asked us if we are associated with freedom, the answer is no! We observed their services, and were dismal. Freedom servers are "static" predefined servers around centralized locations. They feed your activity through those servers, to apparently make you anonymous. These servers are known, and web developers and ISP's are now blocking most, rendering their services useless. In addition, Freedom charges you, if you want to use their services. They have your credit card details, and they call it anonymity. Well, comparing freedom to Black Angel would degrade the value of Black Angel!

Why are we so silent about Black Angel? Because others are going to try to implement our ideas, and in the process, they may unintentionally degrade functionalities in their attempts. Therefore, we have agreed to keep silent until the software is actually released, and we are going to make sure that only the talented programmers play apart in the development of Black Angel! We have the ideas, now the software's standards, and the codes, much match the unique underlying concepts of what it has to offer.

We are only telling you what our beta testers have told us. We are not interested in promoting the software, today, we are only interested in informing those interested and curious in Black Angel development, and it's implementation. We do not know when it's going to be released, but we are hoping it should be available this year.

If any Trojan or Anonymity tool on the Internet has impressed you, then we believe you would greatly appreciate the code put into this project! Black Angel is not really a Trojan, it's an anonymity tool with other Trojan style features, which contains (both in Trojan and anonymity sections) never before released, exposed or exploited code. The software is not designed to assist 15-year-old kids for playing petty little games with their friends. It won't have any lame functions such as moving the mouse, flipping the screen (etc). It is serious software, for serious people, if you're interested in playing games, go somewhere else. "

http://www.hackology.com/programs/blackangel/ginfo.shtml

:zorro:

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I'm a bit lazy to read each and every bit of this but it sounds like yet another cheap proxy chainer or something like that. Altho I remember there was some Munga Bunga dude many years ago that made some dumb bruteforcer which was supposed to bruteforce passwords through internet. Can you imagine a worse idea?

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I'm a bit lazy to read each and every bit of this but it sounds like yet another cheap proxy chainer or something like that. Altho I remember there was some Munga Bunga dude many years ago that made some dumb bruteforcer which was supposed to bruteforce passwords through internet. Can you imagine a worse idea?

i think this is what your talking about

http://www.hackology.com/programs/mbhttpbf/ginfo.shtml

they claim it was used to hack Recording Industry Association of America RIAA

http://www.hackology.com/programs/mbhttpbf/riaa.shtml
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