On Fri, Jun 23, 2006 at 03:07:58PM +0100, internationalhackers wrote:
john cartwright rejected our post to the full-disclosure mailing list in
reply to the 'multiple yahoo vulnerability' advisory
What, this one?
don't be fooled by the unmoderated condition of the list, john cartwright
has both our e-mail accounts on moderation.
Yes, all of them, and this one too, now.
we're not mentioning our alias, so we can beat the procmail filters, which
have been setup by nasty individuals who constantly post to the list
complaining about our posts, on an 'unmoderated mailing list'.
As I pointed out in private email, the act of repeatedly registering
accounts to bypass access control is blatant abuse, and a mail is on
its way to your ISP. Read the charter. The list is unmoderated for those
individuals responsible enough to handle that privilege, and there are
still rules to be followed.
You may post from your n3td3v () gmail com account, moderated, until you
learn to follow the rules. All other accounts registered by you or
your group will be banned/moderated and followed up by an abuse report
to your ISP, as promised. Keep up the recent on-topic behaviour (like
the message that I supposedly rejected) and the moderation will be
lifted. Your choice.
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