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Re: Book of unreleased exploits?
From: Alexander Hoogerhuis <alexh () ihatent com>
Date: 14 Mar 2004 00:30:34 +0100

"david cohen" <dacohen () hailmail net> writes:

Coworker of mine took a class taught by one of the authors of this book:


Coworker is telling me this is some sort of compendium of unreleased


OK, I've been lurking on the list for some time and many similar
lists, and I'm an avid reader, and I thought I'd never have anything
of worth to contribute to such a list, but I'll bite. This time.

Is it just me finding that one sentence ever so slightly humorous?
Isn't it considered to be an oxymoron to publish a ton of text and
then claim it to be unreleased?


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CCNP - CCDP - MCNE - CCSE                          | +47 908 21 485
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