Forwarded from: "Huggins, Michael" <mhhugginsat_private> [I should pipe in to say that I sat on this for the day wondering whether or not to post this, I decided to send this out only after John Young had the .PDF online for a couple days at Cryptome.org and for all intents and purposes, the genie is then really out of the bottle! I am looking forward to hearing about Matta Security consultants having hard time getting into the U.S.A. for training and consulting as I will not be the least bit suprised. - WK] This is all conducted In Accordance with and under the guidance of not violating any law. This is to one who put his life on the line many times to allow people like this to enjoy there steaks, sushi and suds, deplorable. Instead of publishing for the world to exploit responsible ethical behavior dictates you advise the personnel of what you found and let them decide or advise before you publicly publishing it. EPIC, EFF, CDC an others truly have confused the world we live in. Think people before you place a big red circle on something. All of us as security professionals have signed on to ethical agreements. I think you all need to review them. Or do I truly live in my own little world. -----Original Message----- From: InfoSec News [mailto:isnat_private] Sent: Wednesday, March 06, 2002 2:30 AM To: isnat_private Subject: [ISN] Internet-based Counterintelligence against the CIA Forwarded from: Matta Security <infoat_private> Dear all, Yesterday the consultants of the Matta Attack & Penetration Team released a white paper documenting an entirely legal counterintelligence exercise undertaken over 2 days against the CIA's Internet points of presence, using open sources of information. Our results can be found in PDF format at http://www.trustmatta.com/services/docs/Matta_Counterintelligence.pdf [...] - ISN is currently hosted by Attrition.org To unsubscribe email majordomoat_private with 'unsubscribe isn' in the BODY of the mail.
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