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(KSAT San Antonio)   If you release me from jail on my traffic warrants, I'm just going to break back in through the ceiling, so I can use the password under the keyboard to erase my records   (ksat.com) divider line
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3496 clicks; posted to Main » on 08 Aug 2020 at 5:41 PM (7 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2020-08-08 1:42:10 PM  
Commit multiple felonies to cover up a third-rate crime?  Sounds like a real Dick.
 
2020-08-08 1:45:16 PM  
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2020-08-08 2:07:28 PM  
I'm going to assume MH issues unless he's too stupid to realize how stupid his plan was.
 
2020-08-08 4:47:07 PM  
They left the password under the keyboard. I dont think it's fair to charge him with the computer crimes.
 
2020-08-08 5:43:00 PM  
i also keep my passwords under my keyboard
 
2020-08-08 5:43:52 PM  

common sense is an oxymoron: Commit multiple felonies to cover up a third-rate crime?  Sounds like a real Dick.


Maybe it's because it worked that you and the courts think he didn't do anything more serious.
 
2020-08-08 5:44:57 PM  
This timeline is rapidly turning into a classic 80's comedy movie.
 
2020-08-08 5:45:42 PM  
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2020-08-08 5:49:39 PM  

some_beer_drinker: i also keep my passwords under my keyboard


I just use excerpts from their serial numbers for passwords.
 
2020-08-08 5:49:52 PM  

Acidicnads: This timeline is rapidly turning into a classic 80's comedy movie.


It reminds me of the 90s when the internet took off and TV execs thought it would be a good idea to display real time comments on TV sent by internet users because there was no way someone would use the internet to make vulgar comments for lol's
 
2020-08-08 5:55:00 PM  

PainInTheASP: [Fark user image 400x168]


Ah yes, the classic password prompt, C:/
 
2020-08-08 5:58:29 PM  
A STRANGE GAME.
THE ONLY WINNING MOVE IS
NOT TO PLAY.
 
2020-08-08 5:58:37 PM  
Everyone making fun of this guy but no one noticed that the police had to clear his residence several times because he was actively ninja-ing his way around them from room to room.

This guy is a farking legend!
 
2020-08-08 6:06:46 PM  
Ok, promotion from misdemeanor traffic warrants to felony warrants. I guess this guy really wants to find out what prison life is like. That is, if he doesn't flee the jurisdiction while out on bond after sending the DA a message asking the DA to catch him if they could.
 
2020-08-08 6:09:39 PM  
"According to the arrest affidavit, Madrigal managed to get into the court's computer system, because the password was under the keyboard. "

This is how I ended my IT job after I found out top management were doing this.

This is how I stormed out of that job.

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2020-08-08 6:10:59 PM  
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2020-08-08 6:12:39 PM  

Acidicnads: This timeline is rapidly turning into a classic 80's comedy movie.


I was thinking of ferris bueller.
 
2020-08-08 6:12:55 PM  

The Pope of Manwich Village: [Fark user image 425x203]


*shakes tiny fist*
 
2020-08-08 6:29:14 PM  
Why did I expect that headline to end "I shall become more powerful than you can possibly imagine"?

Been on Fark too long I guess.....
 
2020-08-08 6:29:50 PM  
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SOON...
 
2020-08-08 6:35:43 PM  
When police attempted to arrest him at his home, they said he tried to elude them.
"Inside of his house, he hid in a bunch of different places. We cleared the residence a couple of times and he ends up in an area that we have checked over and over again," Travis said.

Video of the event:
The best part of the movie Run ronnie run
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2020-08-08 6:40:20 PM  
So guy pulled out a drop ceiling tile. Cut through the drywall above the ceiling to access the room, where he saw whatever beaurcrat had the password under the keyboard and tried to expunge his info.

There should have had been at least wood sheathing in the walls between common area rooms and rooms with a terminal with access to sensitive information.

I mean A for effort. F for poor construction. F for network security.

Total F for not realizing a jail and courthouse has a security system and cameras.

/I've had to do some of the same thing to unlock offices.
//crawling in a ceiling or lid isn't that hard
/// attic rats always have a job
 
2020-08-08 6:49:41 PM  
"Inside of his house, he hid in a bunch of different places. We cleared the residence a couple of times and he ends up in an area that we have checked over and over again," Travis said.

Hopefully while Yakety Sax was playing over the in-ceiling speakers.
 
2020-08-08 6:53:22 PM  

BigNumber12: "Inside of his house, he hid in a bunch of different places. We cleared the residence a couple of times and he ends up in an area that we have checked over and over again," Travis said.

Hopefully while Yakety Sax was playing over the in-ceiling speakers.


What about Scooby-Doo?
 
2020-08-08 6:59:25 PM  

BigNumber12: "Inside of his house, he hid in a bunch of different places. We cleared the residence a couple of times and he ends up in an area that we have checked over and over again," Travis said.

Hopefully while Yakety Sax was playing over the in-ceiling speakers.


Sounds like this guy carefully modified his residence to allow him to travel between rooms via either the drop ceilings or under the floorboards for the specific purpose of avoiding arrest, which makes him an immediate flight risk, which should have resulted in denial of bond, since he has quite clearly demonstrated no intention of facing the consequences of his illegal actions.
 
2020-08-08 7:06:46 PM  

Klyukva: common sense is an oxymoron: Commit multiple felonies to cover up a third-rate crime?  Sounds like a real Dick.

Maybe it's because it worked that you and the courts think he didn't do anything more serious.


Say what?
 
2020-08-08 7:30:57 PM  
Oh my w/this virus goin on people are liable to be board w/video games of jail break why not try it for real??
 
2020-08-08 7:39:21 PM  
Seems like dude could have gotten away with this if he kept his mouth shut and covered his tracks properly. Then again assholes who get locked up on traffic warrants aren't exactly the brightest people you will ever meet.
 
2020-08-08 7:52:31 PM  
The real scandal here was that the password was "BLMLOL"
 
2020-08-08 8:09:04 PM  

nitropissering: "According to the arrest affidavit, Madrigal managed to get into the court's computer system, because the password was under the keyboard. "

This is how I ended my IT job after I found out top management were doing this.

This is how I stormed out of that job.

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Blow me.

I have to remember 20+ passwords which cannot share any handful of symbols with the last dozen, and I have to change monthly. Some are now up to 16 characters. Most of them have different arbitrary special rules.  I'm changing a new PW every week.

I write em down. My boss writes em down. His boss writes em down.
 
2020-08-08 8:18:13 PM  
On the phone with the doctor's office last week. Girl was talking to her coworker to confirm the new password.

Not sure what was more shocking: that they share a single password, that they'd share it with me, or the actual password they use.
 
2020-08-08 8:20:01 PM  
What. No "hero" tag?
 
2020-08-08 8:23:07 PM  

Smackledorfer: nitropissering: "According to the arrest affidavit, Madrigal managed to get into the court's computer system, because the password was under the keyboard. "

This is how I ended my IT job after I found out top management were doing this.

This is how I stormed out of that job.

[Fark user image image 707x1500]

Blow me.

I have to remember 20+ passwords which cannot share any handful of symbols with the last dozen, and I have to change monthly. Some are now up to 16 characters. Most of them have different arbitrary special rules.  I'm changing a new PW every week.

I write em down. My boss writes em down. His boss writes em down.


My boss created a cloud VM for me.
Username: root
Password: letmein

It was pwnd within 30 minutes, before I even logged in.

That moron was promoted to CTO of a telecom company!!!
 
2020-08-08 8:24:44 PM  

fargin a: On the phone with the doctor's office last week. Girl was talking to her coworker to confirm the new password.

Not sure what was more shocking: that they share a single password, that they'd share it with me, or the actual password they use.


I was grocery shopping today, and at the self-checkout lane, when you buy beer, an employee has to enter a PW to confirm that you look over 40 without doing an ID scan (I am almost 60, and look it), and the employee has a PW of 2 (granted, she also had to scan her employee badge before she could enter her PW, but a PW of 2? Really??).
 
2020-08-08 9:37:47 PM  
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I'm pretty sure that the modern day equivalent of "12345" is actually "Password1." Anybody want to bet that the password written underneath the keyboard was, in fact, "Password1"?
 
2020-08-08 9:45:18 PM  
Saw this on "My Name is Earl" as they likely did
 
2020-08-08 11:39:22 PM  

Miss_Dorothy_Kilgallen: [Fark user image image 425x336]
I'm pretty sure that the modern day equivalent of "12345" is actually "Password1." Anybody want to bet that the password written underneath the keyboard was, in fact, "Password1"?


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2020-08-09 12:50:17 AM  
Not gonna lie, that is actually a pretty good plan. Also not gonna lie, it was executed with all the skill and intelligence of Daffy Duck's mentally challenged cousin.
 
2020-08-09 7:29:44 AM  

Smackledorfer: nitropissering: "According to the arrest affidavit, Madrigal managed to get into the court's computer system, because the password was under the keyboard. "

This is how I ended my IT job after I found out top management were doing this.

This is how I stormed out of that job.

[Fark user image image 707x1500]

Blow me.

I have to remember 20+ passwords which cannot share any handful of symbols with the last dozen, and I have to change monthly. Some are now up to 16 characters. Most of them have different arbitrary special rules.  I'm changing a new PW every week.

I write em down. My boss writes em down. His boss writes em down.


Passwords must have no special characters and be at least 20 characters long.

This week's password is CorrectAugustHorseTenthBatteryTwentySt​aple.
 
2020-08-09 11:05:09 AM  

Smackledorfer: nitropissering: "According to the arrest affidavit, Madrigal managed to get into the court's computer system, because the password was under the keyboard. "

This is how I ended my IT job after I found out top management were doing this.

This is how I stormed out of that job.

[Fark user image image 707x1500]

Blow me.

I have to remember 20+ passwords which cannot share any handful of symbols with the last dozen, and I have to change monthly. Some are now up to 16 characters. Most of them have different arbitrary special rules.  I'm changing a new PW every week.

I write em down. My boss writes em down. His boss writes em down.


put your house key under your doormat in front?  surprised someone found it?

I mean you keep that secure don't you?  No one said memorize everything but you mentioned nothing about how you store them, probably the point, since that's a security risk, is it not?

You know, cause how easily this guy found it.
 
2020-08-09 11:53:22 AM  

links136: Smackledorfer: nitropissering: "According to the arrest affidavit, Madrigal managed to get into the court's computer system, because the password was under the keyboard. "

This is how I ended my IT job after I found out top management were doing this.

This is how I stormed out of that job.

[Fark user image image 707x1500]

Blow me.

I have to remember 20+ passwords which cannot share any handful of symbols with the last dozen, and I have to change monthly. Some are now up to 16 characters. Most of them have different arbitrary special rules.  I'm changing a new PW every week.

I write em down. My boss writes em down. His boss writes em down.

put your house key under your doormat in front?  surprised someone found it?

I mean you keep that secure don't you?  No one said memorize everything but you mentioned nothing about how you store them, probably the point, since that's a security risk, is it not?

You know, cause how easily this guy found it.


I feel like maybe the doormat outside is a little different from under a keyboard in a locked building with security.

But fwiw, my pw list is not under the keyboard.
 
2020-08-09 5:09:43 PM  
I, too, have been playing a lot of Watch Dogs lately.
 
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