[Full-disclosure] XSS vulnerabilities in Google.com
Ed at unitymail.co.uk
Wed Dec 21 17:41:14 GMT 2005
Why has this become a trolling?
"if noone tell him what a stupid fag he is"
Are we back at fucking middle school? Have we decended to the level of
10 year olds??
Ground Zero, I've seen your company website(s) and your products. All I
say is I think you have several very good resons to pay FUCKING close
attention to what is said on this list. Work it out.
The only people who seem hell bent on ruining this list for everyone
Ground Zero Security
None of these people have anything to bring to the table.
Lets see at least one real vuln report/exploit from one of you, and then
the other two have to concentrate on growing up enough to not troll it
or make stupid pre-school comments.
Come on guys!!! I'm beginning to thing that actually you're not bigger
Ultimatly, if you've got problems with each other, do it on MSN, AIM,
IRC, USENET whatever, just not my inbox.
Have a fucking excellent day.
- Ed (BTW, Ground Zero's has my alais since 1995, now I see that this
chump is going round putting a black mark by it)
From: full-disclosure-bounces at lists.grok.org.uk
[mailto:full-disclosure-bounces at lists.grok.org.uk] On Behalf Of n3td3v
Sent: 21 December 2005 17:17
To: GroundZero Security; full-disclosure at lists.grok.org.uk
Subject: Re: [Full-disclosure] XSS vulnerabilities in Google.com
You trolled this thread by saying Watchfire should stop disclosing
vulnerabilities for Yahoo and Google. You get the response you deserved
to get. Now you're running off the thread now with your tail between
your legs, because everyone has told you that Google and Yahoo
vulnerabilities (especially XSS) will never be banned from FD.
On 12/21/05, GroundZero Security <fd at g-0.org> wrote:
> yes you are right, but its like if noone tells him what a stupid fag
> he is, he will keep posting and posting his irrelevant crap and just
> ignore the tons of private mail he receives. i'm sorry for adding to
the noise, but its just too tempting.
> i try to ignore it. but i cant promise i will, the last mail he sent
> just asks for a reply :P but ok...must...resist.....
> btw my name is not groundzero, thats my company :)
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