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you've agreed w/ some of his posts?
y'mean you've actually been reading all that shit that he types?
someone mustn't have anything better to do other than sucking off everybody semi-famous in infosec.
On Wed, Jul 16, 2008 at 1:40 AM, Nate McFeters <email@example.com> wrote:
> Dino's beyond well respected in the security community. Also, you
> won't know if it is an overhyped bug until Black Hat, and you might
> have to reverse your opinion and statements after the details are
> released. Although I will say this, it could still qualify as the
> most overhyped bug, even if it also wins the most awesome bug, because
> the hype on this has been amazingly huge.
> Finally n3td3v, I've agreed with some of your posts, but I don't
> understand why you are against people making money in the security
> industry. I mean, what's wrong with making money? Gotta pay the
> bills somehow, better then being a janitor.
> On Fri, Jul 11, 2008 at 4:33 PM, n3td3v <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> On Fri, Jul 11, 2008 at 9:22 PM, Sandy Vagina <email@example.com> wrote:
>>> n3td3v wrote:
>>>> Please nominate Mr.DNS aka Dan Kaminsky for Most Overhyped Bug on the
>>>> Pwnie Awards 2008.
>>> Perhaps if you bothered to read anywhere close to as much as you
>>> write, you would have seen that Dino, one of the judges, specifically
>>> disqualified this bug from the Pwnies for being too awesome:
>> Well quite clearly Dino is a faggot then.
>> I want Dino whoever he is to come on Full-Disclosure and explain
>> what's awesome about it?
>> Its an old bug being used to market a security conference called
>> Blackhat and thats all there is to it.
>> Its definitely an overhyped bug!!!
>> The bad guys have been able to poison the DNS cache for years!!! It
>> was just ignored by the industry before... now some guy called Dan
>> Kaminsky has decided to copy & paste it from the web and mass mailed
>> it to vendors after all these years.
>> If the internet was gonna fall apart it would of happened by now.
>> All the best,
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