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RE: infosecbofh
From: "Paul" <pvnick () gmail com>
Date: Fri, 6 Jan 2006 17:21:08 -0500

I hate to get involved, but AT LEAST HE'S TRYING. Even if his findings
aren't going to cause a worldwide virus epidemic if the details are leaked
or disclosed irresponsibly, they do contribute to the computer security
industry and to the safety of the companies and customers affected. N3td3v
(as well as all members of this list) should be appreciated and respected
for their contributions. I say if you have nothing to give - not just
advisories, but anything constructive - then please just enjoy the list
passively. There is no reason to flame N3td3v for his work.

I am not choosing sides, as I don't condone immature retaliation (taking the
flamebait), but I do read this list, and I hate to see it cluttered with so
much bickering and useless junk.

Also, InfosecBOFH, you have already admitted to being a blackhat when you
told me that destroying computers is much more rewarding than securing them
+ fixing them after people like you break them. N3td3v has the interests of
Yahoo/Google and their customers in mind as priority one, making his hat
pretty white. Who do you think is given more credibility?

Regards,
Paul Nickerson
Greyhats Security


-----Original Message-----
From: full-disclosure-bounces () lists grok org uk
[mailto:full-disclosure-bounces () lists grok org uk] On Behalf Of InfoSecBOFH
Sent: Friday, January 06, 2006 12:58 AM
To: Joe Average
Cc: full-disclosure () lists grok org uk
Subject: Re: [Full-disclosure] infosecbofh

Oh here we go again... n3td3v jumps into the circle jerk.

Once again proving you know nothing of what you are talking about. 
The load I left on your mom's chin contained more exploit code than
you and your dumb ass split personality could ever come up with.

Don't you have some 1337 XSS holes to find?

On 1/5/06, Joe Average <yahooinsider () gmail com> wrote:
I guess he got bored of turning netdev into public enemy number one, to
divert attention away from the real guy who is messing up the list, none
other than the guy who has never released any security vulnerabilities...
I
present to you...mr infosecbofh...round of applause!


On 1/5/06, Frank de Wit <frankdewit () home nl> wrote:
infosecbofh: in your last TEN mails you contributed only negativity,
foul language, bashing other users on this list, calling names etc etc
i really don't see that as a positive contribution to this list or a
usefull contribution to the security community...
you might be right in everything you say, but do you really think people
listen and believe you if you write it down the way you do ?
please start 2006 a better way and think and act more positive,
please...
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