Ok so today we had a subtitute teacher in computer science who was computer illiterate. So i decided to not do my work as usual and fuck around. (my mark is 43%). Anyways these computers are filled with nifty security called "Novell Netware" the thing has its own log on promt so you can log into the computer and you can't use the windows log in thing and prevents you from doing other things like edit internet options. Since its a computer science class the computers all have the visual 6 c++ thingy. Now here the exploit. the computer has a program called "terminate x" designed to crash what ever your doing that your not suppose to be doing (like editing internet options). now the task manager from ctrl alt del is disabled but you can close it by going into visual studio tools and terminating the process. Now once I terminated it I went to the control panel to see what neat-o things were there and i uninstalled novell netware. Well now you can't log on into the computer. These computers were fixed to be secure.
Could this be a good thing or bad? It's good because i can tell the teacher that i have found an exploit in it's security. Or else i'll just get in trouble and i won't be able to use a computer again in the school