[Full-Disclosure] tradecraft and subversion
defender242 at hotmail.com
Tue Aug 27 08:32:04 BST 2002
>I consider myself a non-criminal blackhat
You're no blackhat. You're just a programmer out of a few hundreds of
>To my credit I've created some private stock tools to break NFR, Dragon,
>and RealSecure NIDS sensors, and also crafted some network >tools to DoS
>FW-1 and Cisco routers. Most of those are ancient history, recently I've
>had a dramatic skill increase with >cryptographic algorithms and a greatly
>enhanced ability with C due to >coding about 20,000 lines in the last 6
>months or so.
Private stock? Why tell us then? Show off your outdated skills?
>but due to the recent corporate ownership and the loss of Blue Boar, >well,
Your crap wouldn't make its way to *any* kind of moderated list, not even
Which explains your presence here.
>Project "SPAT": Server Protocol Automated Tester.
You must be kidding me.
You really think exploits for initiator-side bugs are not being written
And why you want to exploit the bug one time in ten anyway? Why would the
client crash? You're not skilled enough to write working exploits yet?
>Project "xxtleet" (pronounced "zeetleet"):
That crap aint steganography. Its just some gayass uselessly space consuming
And I thought you said your skills in crypto increased dramaticaly. Hell, I
can't imagine what it looked like before.
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