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From: email@example.com (Xp0nential) Date: 1 Jan 2002 10:29:40 -0800
its very obvious:
This Chat guy is a "Dr. Cohen" Kiss ass.
Out of self-respect a person shouldn't kiss ass this much.
Man you sound like a guy with no self-esteem.
ignored from now on.
go play somewhere else :)
Chet Uber <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message news:<3C214E34.B7E25F41@mindspring.com>...
> Richard Johnson wrote:
> > On Wed, 19 Dec 2001 04:24:03 GMT, Chet Uber <email@example.com> wrote:
> > >
> > > So you do have an ax to grind.
> > I illustrate why I don't trust Fred Cohen, and you use it to launch a
> > typical cheap shot. At least you prove my point about your disciple
> > status.
> You had a past bad experience with him. You were slamming him. Most
> people would say you have an ax to grind. I didn't insult you
> personally. That would be a cheap shot.
> I am not the "Defender of Cohen," I am not interested in that role, and
> I doubt he needs one. As I said before I think his work on computer
> viruses for which he got his Ph.D. is foundational. I think his work in
> deception is the first real "new" thing since computer security folks
> tried to make 100% security work. It has been shown to buy time during
> an aggressive attack. If everything is locked down as tight as could be
> to do the job, this extra time is a competitive advantage for the
> security officer.
> What specifically don't you trust about Fred -- if I might be so bold to
> ask? Your "illustration" was a little short on details, and any possible
> extenuating circumstances.
> When you say trust, are you saying he lies about things?
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