How To Rig Your Coworker's Computer With Porn

You've probably seen the clip of the young lady who played porn in a quiet library. Maybe you thought, hey, I'm an evil trickster, and I'd like to do something similar as a prank. Well, evil trickster, proceed at your own risk.

Go Yoshiwara, vice-president of a Tokyo web design firm, rigged one of his employee's computers to play porn after booting up. You can watch the embarrassing hijinks in the above video (it's porn so it's probably not work safe — which is the point).

Yoshiwara gave a step-by-step walk through for replicating his prank on a PC running Windows 7.

First, connect the PC to speakers and turn those speakers up to full blast. Second, disable the standard Windows startup sound through the sound settings: Start->Control Panel->Sound.

Then, in the Sound tab, either select "Disable All Sound" or uncheck the "Play Windows Startup Sound". This displays the Windows sound so the moaning and groaning will be crisp and clear.

Next, download porn. You should know how to do this.

After that, set the downloaded dirty clip as the Startup Program by simply dragging the file to the Startup Program folder in the Start Menu bar.

To ensure maximum embarrassment, Yoshiwara says to remove the mouse from the USB port, so the pranked individual cannot close the clip with a quick mouse click; however, this could give up your ruse if, after entering his or her password, the person clicks the "Sign In" button with the mouse instead of simply hitting Enter.

And now evil trickster, you know — if you didn't already.

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Comments

    look at his tshirt tan

    Do that here and i bet a sexual harassment case follows haha

    I can see it all now. IT savvy prankster rigs co-workers pc to play porn. Co-worker sets offthe trap. Much hilarity ensues for the Dudebro prankster but not for the co-worker who try as he might cannot explain away what happened to his luddite manager. Unemployment follows...

    In many workplaces this could lead to instant dismissal for the victim or the prankster. Many office environments are highly sensitive to the potential negative consequences of such material being present. Do this at your own risk.

    That said there is one guy I think deserves it...hmmm.

      the vice president did this. It's ok when you're the boss.

    Brian, you just hit rock bottom as a journalist with this article.

      kotaku us surprising us at every turn with quality.

    Seems timely given a bunch of qantas employees are looking at dismissal for similar hijinks.

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