For fuck's sake, man. What the hell are you even doing. It's... It's done. Do you want me to bug Valve again just so they can ban your ip? The wiki software was updated, quit trying! Pinsplash (talk) 09:29, 6 July 2018 (UTC)
This asset/website is in scope of a Bug Bounty Program on Hackerone(https://hackerone.com/valve) which means it open for testing. And by the way, I was not spamming anyone neither am I disrupting any existing WIKI articles/assets on this site. I was merely creating my own content for the sake of testing. Also, I am very well aware that this site is updated to use MediaWiki v1.27.4. It was running on older engine which had a lot of vulnerabilities.
I was trying to help the developer community here by participating in this bug bounty program.
Also, appreciate if you could mind your token while commenting.
>Hack website for money on a backwater bug-finding website
>Install malicious bitcoin miner on people's PCs as part of your "test" just so you can rob an extra dime from your victims
>Have the audacity to come back and try it again, and to argue with a responsible editor who actually contributes
@Pinsplash and Rest.
I am not User:SuicideJoy . I really do not understand what you mean here by installing miners. I did not push any BitMiner/bots to any members of this site. Again I say, I apologize if my testing caused any disruptions. You may please contact Valve Security in case you have further queries.