How to Troll Someone Else's Computer

Maybe it's just me, but this seems like a great prank if you're moving offices at your job or if you're's not doing any real damage, but it's certainly leaving a mark. Of course, if they aren't too computer savvy and don't have an IT department, this might affect your future reference when they claim you trashed a computer before you left.

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There's also the so-called David Hasselhoff attack, which consists on changing the desktop to a picture of The Hoff (a good one is one where he's posing naked with some puppies blocking his privates, google it as "david hasselhoff puppies" if you're not at work / sane). A more elaborated version includes changing the security policies in the control panel afterwards so you can't cange the desktp wall paper.

The ultimate prank would include a combination of that, and the one explained in this post.
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Fooled the IT guy years ago with something similar... Used a blurred version of the screen cap as the background, then removed all the desktop icons. He never noticed the mouse pointer wasn't blurred. Came close to getting a new monitor.
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got one better than all this .... on windows go to the location c:\windows\system32\drivers\etc in there is a file called Hosts ... open it with notepad. if you add at the bottom something like

facebook will not load on this computer. rinse and repeat for your friends favorite sites.
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