mailing list archives
Multiple Backdoors found in eEye Products (IRISand SecureIIS)
From: Shunryu Suzuki <iknowchameleon () yahoo com>
Date: Thu, 30 Dec 2004 13:28:02 -0800 (PST)
This is not the first time these allegations have come
up surrounding eEye and backdoors. Sure one can look
at Marc's carefully worded retribution and pseudo
explanation of why we should just trust him (for the
sake of him saying so of course...) So let us take a
brief look back at good old Marc, the little Chameleon
who would sell out his country's secrets at a
crackwhore price of $1,000.00
Never fear though Marc would never lie, nor would
Special Agents like Crisalli and company who arrested
the clown once upon a time. Can you say snitch? Marc
didn't want this to sound as if I have a problem with
you but let's be realistic, and oh yes I do know you
from four-eight-six and have never had a problem with
you. Just pointing out some facts "chammy"
Need more information search Google for "chameleon"
"masters of downloading" and mix and connect your own
Do Terrorists Troll the Net?
"An excerpt from Spooked: Espionage in Corporate
by Adam L. Penenberg and Marc Barry
Marc Maiffret, his hair purple, spiky, and coated in
gel, doesn't look like an operative paid to steal what
a Kashmiri terrorist believed was top-secret U.S.
military software. Partial to black pants and silk
button-down shirts, Maiffret likes "to dress like
Nicholas Cage," but at five foot six he's built more
like a neo-Gothic version of Barney Rubble.
It has come as no surprise to the twenty-year-old
cybersavant known as "Chameleon" that life is a
Masters of Downloading ... member of an Indian
militant terrorist organization tried to buy stolen
material from Chameleon and others for $1,000
Do You Yahoo!?
Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around
Full-Disclosure - We believe in it.
- Multiple Backdoors found in eEye Products (IRISand SecureIIS) Shunryu Suzuki (Dec 31)