Re: [Full-Disclosure] The Hacker's Manifesto Reloaded
From: Syke (syke_at_mantissecurity.net)
To: aldr1c <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Sat, 04 Sep 2004 11:04:18 -0700
> May I call you 'da_'
>Are you trying to be ironic (sorry you appear to be American) by assaulting
>the so called regurgitated security seminars packaged as courses, by
>mutilating what was (and is) a seminal piece of thought published by the
>Mentor when you were still in nappies (or are they diapers)?
>Is this a subtle troll to start us all off again on the useless and
>bandwidth wasting arguments between Bill Gates Buddies and Unix Zealots?
>Could your time be better spent developing understanding both within and
>without regarding the true state of the security surface, rather than
>regaling us with the IT boy band equivalent of a cover version (same tune,
>same sort of words, but only pre-pubescent girls are swooning with rapturous
>delight at your polysyllabic verbosity).
>The Hackers Manifesto, Reloaded. Yeah, with blanks!
>Please save your bragging for your ICQ buddies
>Apologies to the rest of the list for cluttering the space and raising the
Stop being an asshat. 1000 to 1 you didn't even know the Mentor. So
shut your stupid whitehat ass up and stop complaining.
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