This article is for LEARNING PURPOSES only, such idea from this article is "dont write your password in OPEN AREAS let alone leave control panels or other accessible material where the password to be entered AVAILABLE to the public." This article does not promote such behavior, and doing this and getting caught is nor the authors fault, the posters, or the sites. This material still falls under the CCLC legal statement that this site has on it's posts, all other rules and legal notices apply from the site as well.
First Off, I Did Not Type This. The Only People i Told About This From My Own Typing Is Through PM's ( 35yeros, Some Leechers I Forgot The Names Of ) But This From Here
"Electronic road signs are annoying. I don't have a problem with these signs warning me about road construction, except when they're left up -- flashing their stupid warnings -- well after the work is completed. Recently a construction company left a pair of these signs in my neighborhood, blasting out their pointless messages. Being a creative tinkerer, I decided to do something about it.
This was the first time I had attempted a prank like this, so I expected the control box to be locked, and the programming functions password-protected. I was wrong. First of all, the control cabinet had no lock. Swinging open its door, I found a deliciously inviting handheld keypad, then took a wild guess and pushed a button labeled STOP. The display on the control box flashed ENTER PASSWORD. I was about to give up in disgust when I noticed that someone had written the password in large Sharpie lettering above the box.
I entered the password, and lo! The sign ceased its flashing and turned itself off. SELECT FUNCTION, the keypad blinked, and great was my joy!
I set about puzzling out the command-and-control sequences. Ten minutes later, I gleefully pressed START, put the control pad back in the box, and closed the door. Ladies and gentlemen, members of the press, I give to you the result: