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Re: Suspect phpBB users
From: GuidoZ <uberguidoz () gmail com>
Date: Sun, 26 Dec 2004 18:48:03 -0500

That doesn't mean the ndervyanko fella is the perpetrator, but most
likely the victim.

This could very likely be true. It seemed like they were trying to
advertise a commercial website the same way spam does.

I don't read Russian, and my Lynx doesn't display it either. Looks like
some search form.
[snip]
From the way it looks, it seems to be an apology saying something like the
site got Slashdotted or so. Perhaps a Russian member of FD could confirm/translate.

I don't speak Russian either, hence why I couldn't provide much more
info. Maybe someone on FD that does could translate. =)

To me it looks like the author didn't like those two sites and was
hoping to DoS them, instead of attracting users for ... dunno... Rolex
offers or something...

Probably a couple Russian teens attempting to throw the wrath of
insecure PHP systems at each other. :)

An interesting thought indeed - and quite possible. Hopefully a
translation could provide more information.

--
Peace. ~G


On Sun, 26 Dec 2004 11:29:32 -0600, Frank Knobbe <frank () knobbe us> wrote:
On Sun, 2004-12-26 at 06:57 -0500, GuidoZ wrote:
I also noticed that the "nderevyanko" user has put up a number of
posts to sites with the same text:

That doesn't mean the ndervyanko fella is the perpetrator, but most
likely the victim.

 http://softexpert.atspace.com

I don't read Russian, and my Lynx doesn't display it either. Looks like
some search form.

http://nderevyanko.narod.ru/

Again, I don't read Russian, but a page appears, slowly, after an
initial HTTP 404. From the way it looks, it seems to be an apology
saying something like the site got Slashdotted or so. Perhaps a Russian
member of FD could confirm/translate.

To me it looks like the author didn't like those two sites and was
hoping to DoS them, instead of attracting users for ... dunno... Rolex
offers or something...

Probably a couple Russian teens attempting to throw the wrath of
insecure PHP systems at each other. :)

Cheers,
Frank



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