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Re: Disk wiping -- An alternate approach?
From: "McGhee, Eddie" <Eddie.McGhee () ncr com>
Date: Wed, 27 Jan 2010 08:20:11 -0500
and also lol @ maybe USELESS, try making the MAYBE in caps..
From: full-disclosure-bounces () lists grok org uk [mailto:full-disclosure-bounces () lists grok org uk] On Behalf Of T
Sent: 27 January 2010 12:28
To: Bipin Gautam
Subject: Re: [Full-disclosure] Disk wiping -- An alternate approach?
No you don't understand, your premise is shit. Research what's already being done instead of trying to improve what you
lol @ ddos.
On Jan 26, 2010 11:09 PM, "Bipin Gautam" <bipin.gautam () gmail com<mailto:bipin.gautam () gmail com>> wrote:
Enough noise, Lets wrap up:
Someone said: "Forensics requires more than merely finding a phrase or
file on a hard drive - it requires establishing the context. If a
court accepts evidence without that context, then the defendant should
appeal on the basis of having an incompetent lawyer."
So, any evidence/broken-text/suspicious phrases etc found in a
computer "without meta-data" maybe USELESS........... REMEMBER.
Having a normal OS with forensic signature ZERO would be a simple yet
powerful project. Programmers??? it isnt difficult work..... few
months, 1 person project.
Worm defense is smart as well as deadlock at times, the prospective i
presented can be used as a FALLBACK at times.
Maybe something like Alice/chatterbox run through the
free/slack/etc... space of your 1 TB harddisk is a intellectual dDoS!
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