Re: Thanks All
From: remove/valid (_at_yahoo.com)
Date: Wed, 10 Sep 2003 01:45:38 +0400
> On or around Tue, 09 Sep 2003 00:56:53 +0400, Tracker
> <"snailmail(remove/valid)222000"@yahoo.com>, broke radio silence to inform
> alt.computer.security of the following :
> >This babe needed a laugh and I wanted to say thanks. Your responses
> >have made me laugh so much, words can't tell you my true thoughts right
> >now. When it was discussed with my family about writing my book and the
> >"dangers" we would have to live with, the family said "go for it". My
> >family means the world to me and I knew of the "dangers" involved and my
> >family was OK with it, because of me being able to help "millions" of
> >computer users. You people have been really pushing me and your trying
> >to scare me off, but it's not going to happen. My name means nothing to
> >me, why should it to you. Just because this babe has done what "none"
> >of you have done isn't a reason to flame me and that's all you people
> >f*c*in do around these groups. I've spent two years with hackers
> >abusing my computers and I tried to figure this shit out while my
> >computer(s) were hacked and learned what "I" can do to help millions of
> >computer users. Deal with it! This babe isn't going away, ever.
> Debbie, why don't you ever realise what a bad reputation you have when it
> comes to actually providing useful information ?
What isn't useful and tell me my errors in e-mail, you have the addy.
> If you had as much persistence in learning facts, as you do in refusing to
> listen to anyone, then I'm sure you'd be a useful person to have around when
> it came to computer security, or anything you were to put your mind to for
> that matter.
This babe isn't here to listen to no one when I spend my time helping millions
of Windows users.
> Not everyone in this group flames you. Quite a lot of the regulars seem to
> want to give you a chance, but their patience isn't eternal. All you ever
> want to do, it would appear, is to make enemies out of people you could
> learn a lot from.
This babe isn't here to learn from no one. Get that in your head!
> To get a person to listen to you or to act on your advice, it would be wise
> to first convince that person that you 'know your stuff'. Regularly
> cross-posting misleading and/or incorrect 'information', only to be stamped
> all over by those who most likely get paid to work with computers in the
> security field, isn't going to get you any influence or new friends.
This babe isnt in any security field but I know what the hackers are up to.
HA-HA! You never did what we did and if you want to know our secrets e-mail
me. Am way to busy to address every post.
> Maybe you really do want to help 'millions', but to do so you've really got
> to lower your sights and learn to walk before you run. You've got the worlds
> biggest information resource at your fingertips, so why not use it to learn
> factual information about computer security ?
> I'd like to say more, but right now I've got to get this damn
> flame-retardent suit on ...
> PGP Key ID : 0x98ED9C55
This babe knows about hackers and there is only so much time in my day to mess