Where are you from?

This topic contains 31 replies, has 17 voices, and was last updated by  caissyd 6 years, 10 months ago.

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  • #8108
     caissyd 
    Participant

    Hi everyone,

    I have been a member of EH.net for almost 3 years now. I have “known” some people here for quite some time now. But I have only met an handful of you guys so far at conferences (alucian, ajohnson, Don, and another one I forgot the name…).

    I know Don lives in Chicago and personally, I am from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

    So I am curious, where are you from?

    We should create a EH.net map from people around the world.
    But maybe Don could do just that, based on our IP addresses…

  • #51310
     S3curityM0nkey 
    Participant

    Hey! I am from Brisbane Australia…

  • #51311
     prats84 
    Participant

    I am from Adelaide, Australia.

  • #51312
     hayabusa 
    Participant

    Northern Ohio, myself.

  • #51313
     rattis 
    Participant

    Metro-Detroit / South East Michigan. (not giving anything away, you can find out more than that about me with 10 minutes on Google. 🙂 )

  • #51314
     azmatt 
    Participant

    Arizona

  • #51315
     24772433 
    Participant

    Worcestershire, Great Britain.

  • #51316
     dynamik 
    Participant

    @H1t M0nk3y wrote:

    We should create a EH.net map from people around the world.
    But maybe Don could do just that, based on our IP addresses…

    Why don’t you just write a script to harvest the “location” field from everyone’s profile? 😉

  • #51317
     caissyd 
    Participant

    @ajohnson: Look at chrisj’s answer on this thread and at his profile and you’ll understand why…  😉

  • #51318
     m0wgli 
    Participant

    I’m from England.

    @ajohnson wrote:

    Why don’t you just write a script to harvest the “location” field from everyone’s profile? 😉

    In addition, a whois query on the website field. 😉

  • #51319
     hayabusa 
    Participant

    That would assume that the website field is populated.

    Remember, the original purpose ajohnson referred to, for suggesting a script, was to create a map of user locations for members.  If specific data doesn’t exist, it can’t used in order for the user to be mapped.

    But technically, that would also include the same for the location field…

  • #51320
     dynamik 
    Participant

    Thanks a lot chrisj, way to ruin my brilliant plan…

    Seriously though, I like where m0wgli is going with this. Lets all try to determine the most creative way to dox each other. Where’s Jason at? 8)

  • #51321
     caissyd 
    Participant

    Oh man, that could be nasty!  ;D

    Too bad I don’t have time for this now… I am still working on my Web Service scanner project. I made good progress lately, but I have invested way to much time in this so far. So I don’t feel like writing another script right now (although it’s tempting…) 😉

  • #51322
     rattis 
    Participant

    @ajohnson wrote:

    Thanks a lot chrisj, way to ruin my brilliant plan…

    I live to make grown men cry. 🙂  Didn’t even know I left that field empty.

  • #51323
     impelse 
    Participant

    Houston, you know guys: “Houston we have a problem”

  • #51324
     Don Donzal 
    Keymaster

    Or how about a group social engineer? No one can win an EH-Net Giveaway Prize unless they… fill in the blank.

    This time it could be ‘where are you from’ and next time it could be whatever I want.

    Mwoo ha ha

    Don

  • #51325
     hayabusa 
    Participant

    LOL!  Happy New Year!!

  • #51326
     caissyd 
    Participant

    @impelse: I was in Houston last October!! Too bad, we could have had a beer together…

    @don: A social engineering challenge could be a good idea. But it has to be “legal”. So where is the line? (I personally couldn’t care less)

    Happy New Year !!

  • #51327
     rattis 
    Participant

    @H1t M0nk3y wrote:

    @don: A social engineering challenge could be a good idea. But it has to be “legal”. So where is the line? (I personally couldn’t care less)

    @H1tM0nk3y Don’t worry about that charge for the 15 magazines to your credit card. It was  a women’s Swedish volleyball door to door charity subscription. 🙂

  • #51328
     caissyd 
    Participant

    lol

    But what about the 5 gallon pale of Viagra pills on my credit card? Was it you too?  ;D

  • #51329
     rattis 
    Participant

    @H1t M0nk3y wrote:

    lol

    But what about the 5 gallon pale of Viagra pills on my credit card? Was it you too?  ;D

    Nope, I actually know nothing about that.

  • #51330
     hayabusa 
    Participant

    Picture me spitting my drink through my nose… Bwahahahaha!!!  Was waiting, quietly, for a reply, there. 😀

  • #51331
     cyber.spirit 
    Participant

    I am from Iran/ Tehran

  • #51332
     BillV 
    Participant

    Also from the Detroit/SE Michigan area.

  • #51333
     rattis 
    Participant

    @BillV wrote:

    Also from the Detroit/SE Michigan area.

    And our schedules have never crossed to go out for lunch or get beers after work together either.

  • #51334
     TAnarchy 
    Participant

    Near Near York City, not where I am originally from but have been here for a while.

  • #51335
     ziggy_567 
    Participant

    Jackson, MS

    I know what some of you are thinking and YES, we have computers in Mississippi!!!  ;D ;D ;D

    We sometimes even wear shoes.

  • #51336
     Triban 
    Participant

    Greater Hartford area, Connecticut.  Happy New Year all!

  • #51337
     lorddicranius 
    Participant

    Portland, OR woop ;D

  • #51338
     caissyd 
    Participant

    We sometimes even wear shoes.

    For me in Canada, there’s currently 2 feet of snow outside. So we don’t walk bare foot too often!  ;D

  • #51339
     ziggy_567 
    Participant

    For me in Canada, there’s currently 2 feet of snow outside.

    Funny thing is if you accumulate all the snow that’s fallen my entire life in Mississippi, it probably would just barely be 2 feet of snow.

    On an unrelated but uncanny note, I’m in Toronto with a foot or so of snow on the ground at the moment.

  • #51340
     caissyd 
    Participant

    Once, about 20 years ago, we received 4 feet of snow in one day. Even if we are used to winter, it took 3 days before our street got cleaned out!! We were riding a snow mobile on the highway…  ;D

    @ziggy_567: I am only 4 hours away from Toronto. Too bad it’s not closer.

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