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Re: Re: On Polymorphic Evasion
From: xbud <xbud () g0thead com>
Date: Sat, 2 Oct 2004 00:02:22 -0500

It never ceases to amaze me that some egotistical coward asshole hiding behind 
an anonymous hush,hushmail or in this case gmail account will jump on any 
opportunity to insult others work with negative criticism.  

Wether this material was worth the read and/or time spent releasing it (I 
honestly thought it was the first attempt at discussing security on a 
security mailing list in over 10000 emails) but never the less, it was an 
attempt.

If you have this much time in your hands to read through this doc and make a 
gmail account directly to insult a contributor why not provide some useful 
feedback or do everyone a favor and shut the fuck up?...

-xbud
On Friday 01 October 2004 11:23 pm, PERFECT. MATERIAL wrote:
It never ceases to amaze me how much uninteresting and unoriginal (not
to mention insignificant) material can be crammed into a whitepaper.
Then again, I know I couldn't have understood "using a series of jumps
it is often possible to evade some IDS that detect one byte NOP
equivalents" without this immoderate text and the accompanying
thousands of lines of C program code.

You should take your own life.

PERFECT.MATERIAL

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