So a few months back, a couple of directories mysteriously showed up on the local home network that my significant other and I use for home filesharing between our PCs. These folders were under the name "Elixcer", and that I recall were basically all of the guy's personal documents (mostly consisting of WoW content, namely fan-hentai), and the permissions allow users to edit his files. At first I was confused as to who this could be and Googled the username, only to come up with several references to a guy who went by the screen name "flogan80". Easily locating his Myspace, I messaged him and asked what he was doing on our network, and he said that he had accidentally gotten connected to the wrong one somehow. So I just let it slide, and deleted all shortcuts to his PC from our network places folder.
Tonight, the mysterious shortcuts showed up again. Once more, just about everything was possible to manipulate, but the entire root of his Windows drive was also exposed, including many system and program files (he had blocked access to his My Documents folder containing his WoWporn, however). Note that I'm not completely evil, but I wanted to scare him away from getting onto our network. We need to put up a password or something, seriously...
First thing's first, made sure none of OUR files/directories were editable. Didn't want any sort of retaliation if he could figure out how to do so. I could have thought of something better, but I was rushing in case he looked at his PC while I was doing so and ruined it. In each folder I found editable, in went a large PNG of the original Uboa sprite named "I_KNOW_WHERE_YOU_LIVE" (ok I don't really, but I know he lives around here somewhere). Also, I threw in a text file named "I'M_WATCHING_YOU". This contained simply " >:| " (once again, I could have thought of something better given more time to think).
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