Back in 2009, there were some pvp tactics that look so funny that I want to try them out myself.
These are the following:
Ganking FW targets in Hi Sec doing missions. This is when using a neutral alt in the opposite millita to scout for juicy targets and then bring your main in the enemy FW corp to kill them in Hi sec. There was that dude who put this video up showing what I mean: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7u2x8HRqn84&t=189s
Still viable and doable these days?
Safari: This is joining a corp with friendly fire legal and then kill them in their blingy ships to get some nice loot. Appearently, most corps have set friendly fire to legal, so finding a good corp that does missions or incursions in bling ships has nearly become impossible(except maybe Eve-University, there are a few guys of them running missions in Lanngisi). Is Safariing or awoxing still viable these days in Hi sec?
Alternate I could just create a corp and send everyone I come across an invitation to join my corp. Has someone tried that out and does it work?
Solo Wardeccing: Simple, just create a corp and wardec whatever flys juicy ships and gank them. Does that work or will they just lapse into NPC corps or create new corps as soon as the war starts?
When griefing other people, which of the above tactic is the most viable these days, what is your opinion?