Forwarded from: Thomas C. Greene <tcgreeneat_private> [Edited only enough to get past everyone's filters... - WK] i know it's hard to accept that people whose carefully-contrived anti-establishment media image we've all admired (and envied) can be such sh*ts, but there it is. you're in denial, bud. the proof exists. i can't publish it for two reasons: 1) the source has requested anonymity; and 2) the L0pht cheese-eater involved would be subject to retaliation. if my proof is cr*p, then @Stake will sue The Register and win their case in court. but don't hold your breath, lol. --tcg On Friday 19 July 2002 09:00, InfoSec News wrote: > Forwarded from: Aj Effin Reznor <ajat_private> > > William/All. While these articles may be timely, they're highly > inaccurate. Mr. Greene all but admits to publishing little more > than rumour and cr*p with no fact checking or basis in reality. > > I would hope that bile of this nature does not pollute what is > perhaps one of the few non-corporate security mailing lists left > today. > > > "InfoSec News was known to say....." > > > On Monday I reported a speech by Gweeds at H2K2, in which the grand > > hypocrisy of hackers weaseling their way from the scene to the > > mainstream by forming security outfits was denounced very nicely. A > > torrent of e-mail denouncing him soon followed, some of which I've > > posted here. > > Posted unattributed. Perhaps in the future showing the author of a > given mail may make it worth a little more; carry more weight or > legitmacy. It can be assumed that since things like "facts" can > easily errode all of this series of articles, Mr. Greene may find it > in his best interest to not actually mention where anything came > from. [...] - 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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