Re: [Full-disclosure] Return of the Phrack High Council

From: Kyle Lutze (kyle_at_randomvoids.com)
Date: 11/26/05

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    Date: Sat, 26 Nov 2005 09:15:43 -0800
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    n3td3v wrote:
    > I have never hacked a
    > computer, I am not a hacker. I have never used anyone elses exploit to
    > hack a computer, I am not a script kid. I read news sites, mailing
    > lists and am friends of hackers, employees of vendors and script kids.
    > I am a researcher of security in that context. I know a lot of people
    > call themselves security researchers who are actually hackers, but i'm
    > a security researcher, as in I read security news and keep up with
    > what hackers are up to and report stuff to employees of vendors.
    >
    > I run my own intelligence service and report shit to vendors. Time to
    > get educated and stop throwing titles around based on your misinformed
    > opinion based on someone you know nothing about.
    >
    > On 11/26/05, memetic_engineer@hush.ai <memetic_engineer@hush.ai> wrote:
    > n3td3v, or other script kiddies that seem to populate this list nowaday.
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    yep, and I'm just a young little kid that likes to keep in touch with
    the latest security happenings.

    now, can't you post correctly in a mailing list?
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/top_posting I mean come on, a computer guru
    not knowing about that?

    anyway, hi list!

    Kyle
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