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Hi guys I'm new here but not new to the modding world just wanted to know if anyone has heard of the modded gamer tags coming back?? For online thought they was pritty cool
 
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You where able to log in to an offline account while your online account was off but it's now patched.
So I could have been on my account and signed in to another account named XBOX and started playing.
 
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You where able to log in to an offline account while your online account was off but it's now patched.
So I could have been on my account and signed in to another account named XBOX and started playing.

Are man! I'm hopeing someone finds a way to do it I'm all for mods and glitches that don't effect anyone else's game play thanks for the reply dude :smile:
 
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Kind of like a white hat hacker, but you don't hack. Check out -snip- anyways. I'm a white hat hacker and I'd like you to join our community.
FYI.
A White Hat (or, more properly, a "computer security specialist" or similar) will NEVER attempt to break into a system that they do not own or do not have explicit permission from the owner to do so. That means, they will usually be hired by a system or software owner to test the security of the said system or software package. They will always report their findings to the owner of the system, though there is somewhat of an ethical responsibility to report any significant (i.e. things that would impact the public) exploits to the community-at-large, if the original owner does not seem to be willing to address the issues - e.g. in case of a coverup of the problem, a White Hat is generally ethically bound to report the problem to the proper authorities, which may include public organizations such as CERT. More concisely, a White Hat is a professional, who abides by professional ethics and performs his or her duties out in the open.

>doesn't seem like a white hat hacker.
 
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Kind of like a white hat hacker, but you don't hack. Check out Hacksociety.net anyways. I'm a white hat hacker and I'd like you to join our community.

Grey Hat*
 
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FYI.
A White Hat (or, more properly, a "computer security specialist" or similar) will NEVER attempt to break into a system that they do not own or do not have explicit permission from the owner to do so. That means, they will usually be hired by a system or software owner to test the security of the said system or software package. They will always report their findings to the owner of the system, though there is somewhat of an ethical responsibility to report any significant (i.e. things that would impact the public) exploits to the community-at-large, if the original owner does not seem to be willing to address the issues - e.g. in case of a coverup of the problem, a White Hat is generally ethically bound to report the problem to the proper authorities, which may include public organizations such as CERT. More concisely, a White Hat is a professional, who abides by professional ethics and performs his or her duties out in the open.

>doesn't seem like a white hat hacker.
Lol. He's just one of those google fgts. Don't know anything about what they claim to be. When they are in fact wannabes'.
 
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