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Re: The World's Largest Hacker Database
From: Gage Bystrom <themadichib0d () gmail com>
Date: Tue, 8 Jan 2013 13:37:16 -0800

I agree. I'll admit that its pretty interesting but I highly doubt that it
even remotely compares with FBI databases and similar organizations. After
all its little secret that they keep their eyes on certain communities and
ergo it makes sense that they will take the time to build up information on
individuals only well known in their own neck of the woods but not the rest
of the internet at large. Especially with the liberty taken with the
definition of hacker soooooo many unlisted people running large open source
projects could easily count. I also find it amusing that often their fact
section directly goes against the summary of the person, and the lack of
details is annoying. For such impressive claims I woulda thought that the
entries would be more similar to a dox, containing all the important public
knowledge on a nick.

Still for a public database its pretty interesting and served what I think
is its real purpose in order to draw in visitors.
On Jan 8, 2013 8:00 AM, "Justin C. Klein Keane" <justin () madirish net> wrote:

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I'm pretty sure that the FBI has details on a few more than the < 700
records in this database.  Good job finding college professor Matt
Blaze, but you couldn't find Hack in the Box founder l33tdawg?!?  I'm
sure I could find a few more "hackers" that were overlooked.

Justin C. Klein Keane
a.k.a. Mad Irish
http://www.MadIrish.net

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On 01/07/2013 10:36 AM, scryptz0 SOLDIERX wrote:
Infosec Institute made a write up on the largest public hacker
database on the net that is rumored to be rivaled by the FBI. Check
it out at

http://resources.infosecinstitute.com/worlds-largest-public-hacker-database/

 The SOLDIERX HDB is the world’s largest public hacker database on
the net and is rumored to be rivaled only by the FBI’s hacker
database. Their hacker database contains a list of programmers,
developers, black hats, white hats, security researchers, fake
ethical hackers, hacktivists, packet kiddies, click kiddies,
script kiddies, security professionals, heroes of computer
revolution (Hello Steven Levy), hardware hackers, ch1xors (oh yes!
although some people believe that they are non-existent), game
hackers, and those who have embraced and embodied the hacker
culture.....



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