[Full-Disclosure] Windoze almost managed to 200x repeat 9/11
we_hate_vince at hotmail.com
Mon Sep 27 02:24:27 BST 2004
Well what a nice first post to read entering Full-Disclosure. LoL
----- Original Message -----
From: "Barry Fitzgerald" <bkfsec at sdf.lonestar.org>
To: "ASB" <abaker at gmail.com>
Cc: <full-disclosure at lists.netsys.com>
Sent: Sunday, September 26, 2004 8:41 PM
Subject: Re: [Full-Disclosure] Windoze almost managed to 200x repeat 9/11
> ASB wrote:
> >Next time, please read the thread in context.
> >The context of the thread is that an application issue is being
> >incorrectly interpreted as an OS issue.
> Oversimplification is for the foolish. Like I said, you're not too
> You're showing very little understanding of system architecture here.
> My point regarding where the code was located had to do with a
> generalized statement regarding applications being at fault for issues
> and for them not being OS issues. My point was that it's not always
> clear cut.
> I was not trying to say that this case was an OS issue. I was trying to
> say that the line is not always black and white. I was also pointing
> out that none of us know because the only information we have to go on
> is third-hand and imprecise. If you can predict conditions based on
> imprecise third-hand information, then what are you doing here?!? Go
> solve the world's problems or something. of course, you can't so you've
> decided to just flame people.
> Please re-read my posts and think before you respond.
> If, besides misreading my posts, you can find no argument with what I've
> said (which, you won't, because I'm right) then I'm willing to hear
> them. Other than that, you're just wasting everyone's time by trying to
> railroad points that you don't understand.
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