RE: death of the security community



Naw. More and more and more people are learning about security. And
they want fries with it. McSecurity. Free copy of Nessus with your
happy meal.


On Mon, 2006-03-20 at 15:56 -0500, John Vill wrote:
Its like video games... PC games used to rule and it was all good.
Now
people realize how much money can be made in that industry so theres
just
one crappy fps after another because consoles have taken over. Hmmm,
maybe
that was a little bit of a stretch but hopefully you get what I mean.
I
think the community is already dead. Its not the way it used to be and
it
won't be like that again anytime soon. It seems like the free flow of
knowledge has been reduced to a few drops here and there. The fewer
people
who are learning about computer security the bigger the threat
becomes.
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