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Re: controversial shadowcrew site hacked by secret service?
From: Bart.Lansing () kohls com
Date: Wed, 17 Nov 2004 08:24:03 -0600
full-disclosure-admin () lists netsys com wrote on 11/16/2004 01:22:25 PM:
On Tue, 16 Nov 2004 16:58:46 +0000, n3td3v <xploitable () gmail com> wrote:
The site which was hosting services, like bombs, fake ID and other
terrorist stuff is now showing a defacement or replacement page
showing words from the intelligence services.
Is this fake or real? Who knows..
The Secret Service, or any other government enforcement agency would
not condone, promote, or participate in website defacement activities.
I know some of you have little faith in these agencies, but, one thing
is for sure, they would never stoop this low.
Wait, wait...are you really saying that website defacement is stooping too
low for the feds? Surely you were saying that with tongue firmly in
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RE: controversial shadowcrew site hacked by secret service? Esler, Joel - Contractor (Nov 16)
RE: controversial shadowcrew site hacked by secret service? Michael Scheidell (Nov 17)
Re: controversial shadowcrew site hacked by secret service? William Knowles (Nov 17)
Re: controversial shadowcrew site hacked by secret service? josh abbott (Nov 18)