Well I don't guess they were technically "script kiddies" but it does
bring up the image that I'm thinking.
My boss had to have me open an FTP site the other day so someone
could upload a file. Well I made one, locked everything down above it
but took the easy way out and left it open for anonymous uploads..
Well, we forgot to close it for about a week. The other day I realized
it was still open, so I closed it.
Last night I was performing some maintenance on the server when I
noticed the defrag log had some funny characters under the FTP root
folder. So I opened it up and they had 3 folders, about 15 levels deep
in each, with special characters, profanity, tags for who uploaded, etc.
In the lowest level was about 1.82GB of pirated games !
Well, I had already closed the FTP site and port, so that was taken care
of. But the little bastards used special characters in all the folder names.
So no delete from in windows. They thought it would be difficult in the
command prompt as well (b/c I would need to know what control codes
to use) Well, about 5 seconds went by and I said to myself, "This ain't
my first rodeo", and I opened a command prompt. Then I typed:
"rm FTP /S /Q"
"Goodbye files, and **** you Script Kiddies !"