Re: Trojan Horse is More Damaging then a Virus

From: Mimic (
Date: 01/11/04

Date: Sun, 11 Jan 2004 21:00:09 -0000

"Hairy One Kenobi" <abuse@[]> wrote in message
> "Duane Arnold" <> wrote in message
> news:Xns946D5049EAE94darnold92insightbbco@
> > Tracker <"snailmail(valid)222000"> wrote in
> >
> > And that's your problem here Tracker is that you don't listen and you're
> > too arrogant to make the adjustments. I guess having that *book*, if it
> > exist, has slowed you down a bit with the global posts. I guess you'll
> > continue making posts and getting *hammered*.
> Good point. What if we "ganged up" and reviewed it?
> Tracker - you have the website (if you're feeling a bit "off" in your
> cracking abilities, then just look at the domain and add http://www at the
> front)
> I'd be happy to give a full and utterly honest review. You would have
> on the process (but not the overall verdict).
> Honest offer. If you disagree, then you'll get point-by-point "equal
> on the 'site. No catches.
> Downside is that (in British parlance) you get to put-up-or-shut-up.
> If you feel that I'm too partisan (I'd be hurt if you did!), then Rob
> seems to review a lot of books.
> Never met the chap (or even replied to one of his posts), but his reviews
> are..erm.. /succinct/ enough to indicate much more than a token knowledge
> the subject. And also enough to make then worth reading (sorry, Rob, not
> quite a "fan" - but I'd /hate/ for you to stop contributing!)
> Either way - do or don't. If you *do* submit to a review, then live with
> consequences; if you can't, then accept the likely position that you are
> either an inept arguer, or simply wrong. Neither is something to boast
> about, IMHO.
> P.S. Duane - sorry, despite the headers & attributations, I sincerely hope
> that you realise that "our" problem is not with yourself, but with someone
> else.
> --
> Hairy One Kenobi
> Disclaimer: the opinions expressed in this opinion do not necessarily
> reflect the opinions of the highly-opinionated person expressing the
> in the first place. So there!

Unfortuanetly thats already been done. She posted (3?) chapters, had
indepenant verdicts. Then
just made comments against each one saying that they have had the experience
of innocent
victims computers. It all went through usenet, I can find it if you want,
i'm just too lazy to right now
It was through alt.2600 iirc

"Without knowledge you have fear. With fear you create your own nightmares."
"There are 10 types of people in the world. Those that understand Binary,
and those that dont."
"On a long enough timeline, the survival rate for everyone drops to zero".

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