RE: [ISN] [ ALERT] mi2g predicts ''catastrophic'' attack in 2004

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Date: Sun Jun 06 2004 - 23:37:17 PDT

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    Forwarded from: Marc Maiffret <mmaiffret@private>
    Can I get in at $1 so when everyone over bids I can win the house, and
    tractor trailer on the "price is wrong bitch" showcase showdown?
    Marc Maiffret
    Chief Hacking Officer
    eEye Digital Security
    F.949.349.9538 - Network Security Scanner - Network Traffic Analyzer - Stop known and unknown IIS vulnerabilities 
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    | Subject: Re: [ISN] [ ALERT] mi2g predicts 
    | ''catastrophic'' attackin 2004 
    | Forwarded from: Kurt Seifried <kurt@private>
    | Hahaha, jokes on mi2k. I'm betting a global cyber catastrophy 
    | will only result in 99.7 billion dollars and 54 cents (which 
    | countries dollars I do not know, and do they mean a european 
    | billion, which is a north american trillion?). Boy will mi2g 
    | look bad when the world melts down and they were caught 
    | 299,999,999.46 over on their estimate (or if they meant a 
    | european billion then they'll be off by a few orders of 
    | magnitude, but at that point I think the world economy would 
    | be drooling and twitching on the floor).
    | Somehow $99,699,999,999,54 is silly, but 100 billion is ok.
    | Kurt Seifried, kurt@private
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