Forwarded from: email@example.com > The hackers said they were motivated to intrude on the sites of > Midwest Express and other corporate and military sites to > demonstrate that the U.S. infrastructure is still vulnerable to > terrorists even after Sept. 11. Midwest Express and other corporate > targets were apparently chosen at random. OK folks, it's time to give up this pointless charade. These Web page defacers don't give two hairs off a rodent's backside about the "security of the U.S. infrastructure." What they care about is publicity: the glory of seeing themselves in countless news stories. Their message, if it means anything to them at all, is a rationalization designed to ease their own consciences and perhaps to generate public sympathy for their blatantly criminal actions. If I rob someone at gunpoint, does explaining that I'm doing it to protest against people who commit robberies make it more acceptable? These puerile escapades are hardly a novel approach, and quite frankly, they just aren't news. If the press will ignore these little twerps, they'll probably go away. RGF Robert G. Ferrell firstname.lastname@example.org - ISN is currently hosted by Attrition.org To unsubscribe email email@example.com with 'unsubscribe isn' in the BODY of the mail.
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