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smremde 3 years ago
TYPE FASTER DAMNIT!
RandurSource 3 years ago
I like this series very much and I love the coolness of Leroy Jethro Gibbs (Mark Harmon).
It's a nice visualisation (for show) of what might go on inside computers, but pulling the plug from the terminal does not keep hackers away from the servers.
At least it looks legit for the regular TV viewer but all snotr viewers know better, don't we?
soda 3 years ago
I have never seen such code either :-D
gcleffff 3 years ago
TYPE FASTER will help NOT
c0mmanderKeen 3 years ago
This is incredibly stupid.
I thought it was a hoax of ncis at first...
LQoQK 3 years ago
stupid actors, they made it unreal by unpluging the power, all what they needed is a thirdt actor to start typing it would have killed the hacker
cretia 3 years ago
she must be playing video games she only uses the "asdf" keys
demainlespoulpes 3 years ago
Not a parody?!!! I'm speechless in front of such nonsense...
c0mmanderKeen 3 years ago
#8 I am with you...
irishgek 3 years ago
There is just so much fail here its stupid how any one could ever take this show serious after this , I do not know about you but hackers usually do not want you to know there hacking you and do not spend there days thinking of ways to flash loads of crap all over the screen as this has nothing to do with hacking.
And the fact that there typing in to nothing , not even a cmd prompt or any kind of console open is just idiotic crap for the masses.
I thought this kind of thing died in the movie's around 1998-99
IDK399 3 years ago
Such nonsense always feels like driving a white hot nail trough my eyeballs. But must always let it slide or I will never enjoy any TV at all. I'm sure non of the writers, actors, and network execs ever met a hacker. I miss my red bull days .
Chrisofskjern 3 years ago
THIS IS CSI LOGIC!
Anomnomnom 3 years ago
We are Anonymous,We are legion,We do not forgive,We do not forget,Expect us to ridicule this snotr video.
loadrunner 3 years ago
pulling the plug helps, no hacker can reinsert the plug from distance
ui236 3 years ago
They're good teamworkers
Burimi 3 years ago
keyboard was XXL
Heun 3 years ago
Haha this one's so bad it's awesome! And thanks for the link Chrisofskjern, very true indeed
Nifen 3 years ago
Unplugging the computer fixed it!!! hahahahahahaha. Just think of that! Most computers hook up to servers that are networked by very secure routers and firewalls.
By unplugging the computer they are still working in the background. And i've never seen anyone been able to use the same keyboard at the same time. Mind reading at its Best!
draxenn 3 years ago
You said it 18! MOST computers are networked.
She did say they were targeting her files, they might have been stored locally.
If so, unplugging would definitely prevent them from getting more data.
But yes, the scene is overall silly. Two people each using 1 half of a keyboard. You aren't going to get much done like that.
I understand why they do it, i just wish they would come up with a better way to do it. Movie OS at its best.
obelicks69 3 years ago
it's so funny to see some of you guys here trying to take this complete nonsense serious and explain it to others... you guys probably think dungeons and dragons is based on facts too...
Big-Paul 3 years ago
I watch this programme and I think Pauley Perrette is the sexiest looking Goth I have seen...especially when she wears the short skirts.. mmmmmm
makbeth 3 years ago
#2 she did however say they were only trying to access her computer. Even better solution would be to unplug the network cable. Same goes for server, just disconnect it. The thing is, in rl detecting the hacker is usually the issue, once you spot them you can remove them fairly easily.
3 years ago
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