posted on Mar, 17 2008 @ 09:32 AM
reply to post by freakyclown
It is always preferable to gain access to the original media, take for example the letters sent to you containing your PIN for your new credit
card, it has been shown (and you can test this yourself) that you can read the PIN through the obscuring panel if you get the light shining off it at
just the right angle.
I have to try that one. Holy Moly.
I love solving puzzles. Ok here's one for ya:
Years ago, I had the privelage of discussing a few things with an off-duty cop. It was around the time when people wern't privy to DVD players and
most people had respectable VCR's. This cop told me that alot of thieves involved with identity theft, had found out an ingenious way to 'scan'
stolen ATM bank cards and find out the PIN numbers.
The 'magnetic strip' on the back of these cards contained the owner's info, and when one could take the top of some VCR's and 'run the magnetic
strip of the ATM cards along 'something' in the machine, the info was splayed on the TV screen. Including the customer's PIN number. nasty eh?
It's probably old school info to a lot of those reading this right now; mabey it's true, mabey it's not - I personally never tried it.
What I'm getting at, is the fact that there are people out there that try the most amasing things to solve problems. lolol gotta give them
I would suppose if anyone DOES have the right equipment to get rid of these photoshop codes, they might be a bit hessitant to present the evidence in
here. BUT....if someone does get the nerve to post them, they should take every opportunity to do so in my opinion. Spread the word!
I don't think our minds should be made up with what we can or cannot see when it comes to these greyed-out pics that COULD hold the keys to many
answers we've been asking for ages. "Are we alone?"
When we recieve pics from Nasa or whomever, and get a lot of photcrapping, it's like someone is handing us a menu in the restaurant, and telling us
we can look, but you can't eat.