I feel like getting started early-- I'm a Freshman and want to do something great... By the way, my High School is Dr. Phillips High School
, And for those of you that are too lazy to read, It's situated right across the street from Universal Studios Florida... Within a few hundred feet. I don't know if there's anything we can do with this, but the peak of Dueling Dragons does give a nice view of our football field... If not, computer 'malfunctions' are always fun. Especially done in .vbs.
I also did something much smaller on my own- sending a series of messages to every computer in the district (I think!) using the net send command and a batch file. I used the * operator wherever possible
PhantomReality wrote:I really really wanted to set up a district-wide computer virus that would be self-terminating but would put up '07 on all the computers backgrounds. I was pretty close by the end of the year, but I wanted to couple that with "schools out for summer" blasting over the PA. Never got it to work though. Bummer.
Hahaha to both! Do you remember the command/code for it? I'd love to try it! If not, undeterred, I'll proceed to do it myself...
DaMullet wrote:The planned prank for my group of friends is this;
I know the code to get to the all-call announcements using any phone in the school network. We're going to plug a cordless phone base into the school network using an unused classroom or a sympathetic teacher. Then, we'll make a call from the bathroom, turn on the announcement, and RickRoll the entire school.
It's going to be SWEET.
The TV Production class at our school RickRolled everybody come WDOC time after 5th period. It also came with a skit that everyone believed to be the actual show (although the anchors were getting hit with paper balls and a guy dressed in a cardboard suit with a stormtrooper helmet and a spraypainted keyboard attached to his 'chest' were present) which let half of the school out 3 minutes before the end of the period. Awesomeness.
Get a few friends to donate moneys and buy 5-10 of these
. Place wherever. Good places include: principle's office and car, auditorium the day of an assembly.
I actually bought one about a month ago and was looking for something fun to do with it... It seems that it might be taken as 'domestic terrorism', however...
Somebody has probably already put one in our ceiling in our French class (which the teacher thinks is a malfunctioning A/C unit, but the administration refuses to acknowledge because of the cost of fixing it). It really sucks because whenever the 'A/C' is on, it makes that God-foresaken 12kHz beep... only it's constant, so I don't think it's an annoy-a-tron... We still can't do tests in that room...
A lot of people in my district will throw/slingshot/flick pencils up into the sort of ceiling that you guys have been describing... Usually teachers don't notice it, but I was thinking of sticking several hundred into the ceiling tiles... haha!
NathanielJ wrote:Speaking of our school's lacking network security, I put a trojan to autoboot on the entire school's network and had a ridiculous amount of fun with that. Making porn pop up on people's screen as the teacher walks by, having message boxes pop up on people's screens during computer tests saying things like "that's the wrong answer, try again", sending fake error messages in French, and so on.
The epitome of awesomeness. I honor you for your sheer awesomeness.