Re: [Full-disclosure] Noise



Wel, theres certainly no chance i'll come back to the list after the way
i've been treated. With all the trolls (much of them blackhat/scriptkid
based) bashing legitmate security researchers who have been reporting
shizzle to the big players within the industry for some 7 years so far, its
not suprising that I want to leave the list. Its people like you who really
make me sick. I was recommended this list to expose Yahoo security
professionals for their misconduct of security behind the scenes. Yahoo
security team setup http://security.yahoo.com because of my activity, and
they want to protect users, now that I go public, it seems like all my work
is unjustified in the eyes of this list. See you around then, if anyone has
questions about Yahoo security you can contact the group, where one of us
will reply to you xploitable@xxxxxxxxx

On 3/30/06, evader <evader.aether@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

You've said you were leaving about 3 times in the past, and then came back
shortly after. Stay away.


On Thu, 2006-03-30 at 03:08 +0100, n3td3v wrote:

I will go away if you want, but that doesn't stop me being the founder of
the biggest groups' with corporate hack information on the internet. If you
want me to F""k off I will...if that makes you sleep easier. Bye, then, I
guess this will be my last ever FD post. I wil dispappear and Todd from
RING-0F-FIRE can come back on the list and take over. Since they have all
the corporate hackers, after all <sarcastic grin>.

On 3/30/06, *Stan Bubrouski* <stan.bubrouski@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

So let me see if I get this right, yahoo employees are trying to tap
you for information and you stopped contacting them. Plenty of people
on this list want nothing of you and would love for you to stop
contacting them. How can we pull a yahoo here and be rid of you?

-sb

On 3/29/06, n3td3v <n3td3v@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I finished school 11 years ago, infact I left on my own accordance (when
I
was 14) because they were going to chuck me out of school anyway. I soon
got
involved in stealing cars, brekaing into houses, and taking goods from
shops. All my criminal friends went to jail, I was the only one left. I
started using computers to pass the time (when I was 18) when having "no
one
left to hang about with", and I used my knowledge of criminality to work
out
the bad guys at Yahoo. I then met an employee (who will remain unnamed)
to
act as an informant for Yahoo. I then started to find my own
vulnerabilities
to Yahoo, which I reported to them. They started disrespecting me, I
setup
my own security group to show them that I could be a match against them
and
continue to compromise their systems. I then went on a public crusade to
tell the public all about their flaws that I had been keeping secret for

years. Their employees who thought were befriending me to keep in tap
with
info I had were told finally to f*** off just last week, and now there
is no
connection between n3td3v and the yahoo security team, infact, I mailed
the
official address and told them I wouldn't be mailign them ever again.
And
thats the current situation, upto date. Seiden at yahoo (security
consultant/advisor/hacker) whatever you want to call him is now pissed
off
because he's getting no info feed into his corporate security team
anymore... and the consultants and engineers who had opened dialog with
me
are now sitting in paranoia.



On 3/29/06, xyberpix <xyberpix@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
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Yeah, I do actually, but due to the nature of the company that I work
for, I'm not actually able to disclose any of that information.
I'm also legally not allowed to disclose any vulnerabilities
publicly, as per my contract of employment.
Most the people on this list and a few others are already aware of
those factors, but I guess I couldn't expect someone of your l33tness
to comprehend that.
Maybe one day when you get a real job, and finish school, and if
you're lucky enough, your prospective employer will have no idea who
n3td3v is. You may even understand that certain
factors change when you get a real job, I just hope that for your
sake one day you realize the damage that you are doing to your name
in the industry.

xyberpix

Blog: http://blogs.securiteam.com



On 29 Mar 2006, at 23:18, n3td3v wrote:

Well actually breaking into systems and showing the result to
Google Yahoo etc sure is a bigger buzz than blogging about "current
issues" within the media that you currently blog about. Wheres your
hacker stories of breaking into systems, wheres your unique/
original posts that haven't been seen before in public? I
throughout the the years have been none stop telling everyone of my
war stories of whats been happening behind the scenes at the Yahoo
security community. I mean, which scene do you belong to, apart
from some guy who reads FD and then blogs about whatever is on the
list. Don't you have your own stuff thats original/unique?

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Bwahahahahahahahahahahahahahaahahahahaha.

To live in your world must be so much fun.

xyberpix

Blog: http://blogs.securiteam.com



On 29 Mar 2006, at 22:20, n3td3v wrote:

And of course, you want to advertise that securiteam.com let you
setup a blog on their domain because they felt sorry for you. I
believe theres a e-mail link on the securiteam.com site for anyone
to ask for a blog, its nothing special. How many corporate systems
and networks have you broken into, just as I thought...none.

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Seriously, this list was better with a certain someone not on it,
can
we please go back to that way of life again?

xyberpix

Blog: http://blogs.securiteam.com



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