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I stole code
From: Simon <admin () segfault ch>
Date: Mon, 30 Jan 2006 21:36:18 +0100
my name is Simon, founder of segfault.ch and wireless-bern.ch
In this mail i want to admit that i copyed other people's code.
I took code, edited the headers and printfs, removed the real
author's name and added my own. Almost all codes and
papers on my Site (http://www.segfault.ch) were written by some else.
The only thing that came from me were the segfault.ch ASCII and the
printfs with my name.
llfe.c by Danny from:
shellcodes (connectback-x86-fbsd.c, dumb-portbind-x86-fbsd.c,
portbind-x86-fbsd.c, shellspawn-x86-fbsd.c) by fli from:
iwconfig-local-r00t-sploit.c by qnix from:
shoutcast_expl.c by crash-x from:
Even the design of http://simon.segfault.ch was stolen and on my site i
"Welcome to the official Website of Simon Moser. My major focus is to
search for common security vulnerabilities and Reverse engineering. On
my Website, you will find Software and Papers, which were released by
me. They should provide you with knowledge and the ability to check for
security problems. Nevermind, I am a fucking god at computers, so do
not test me bitch!"
Yes, most things were released by me, but they were not mine. And of
course I'm not a god in computers, but rather a god in stealing code.
I want to apologise to everyone, who I stole from. And I want to thank
the people who got me back to earth and reality from the heaven.
My recommendations to all are:
Don't publish your exploits! There are too many people like me!
Beat all code thiefs up!
Regards, Simon <Zodiac> Moser
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- I stole code Simon (Jan 30)