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Re: FBI wants your malware
From: "Blanchard, Michael (InfoSec)" <michael.blanchard () emc com>
Date: Wed, 5 Feb 2014 20:44:07 +0000

Seriously?  The Feds can't just use the existing repositories like the rest of us do?  How about an agent actually 
befriends *US*, and we can help them along just like we help each other along...

 No, instead they want us to package everything up in a nice little bow and hand it to them....

Wow.... just wow....

Oh, and WTF are they going to do with it?  I honestly don't trust them... ok, *them* as the general sense, I know a few 
"government workers" and they're all really nice folks and many I call friends, this I will admit freely, without 
payment, and under oath.  

 Conspiracy theories start your engines as to what they'll be doing with them, aside from regular research like the lot 
of us perform for ourselves or our companies....


LOL... I guess that rant just got me a few notches higher on their watch list.... bwhahahaha

Michael P. Blanchard
Principal Security Engineer, CISSP, GCIH, CCSA-NGX, MCSE
Cyber Security Services
EMC ² Corporation
32 Coslin Drive
Southboro, MA 01772


-----Original Message-----
From: funsec-bounces () linuxbox org [mailto:funsec-bounces () linuxbox org] On Behalf Of Rob, grandpa of Ryan, Trevor, 
Devon & Hannah
Sent: Wednesday, February 05, 2014 1:31 PM
To: infosecbc () yahoogroups com
Cc: funsec () linuxbox org
Subject: [funsec] FBI wants your malware

The FBI has sent out a call from malware, spam, and other unwanted digital trash.

They want to build a repository in order to ... well, actually, they don't, and won't, 
according to the lack of response to a number of media requests, say why.

Of course, don't bother sending in your daily allotment of odio lectus decipio 
urinatio (or spam trap diving).

They want it bundled in a neat package, organized and categorized.  (I'm not sure 
why the existing repositories aren't good enough for them.)

Good luck, FBI.

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