[Full-disclosure] Secunia illegal spam and advisory republication
n3td3v at gmail.com
Fri Apr 21 22:57:58 BST 2006
On 4/21/06, John Cartwright <johnc at grok.org.uk> wrote:
> Actually, the list has never been purchased by anyone. Len and I
> started things off using our own hardware, and when Len retired last
> year I solicited offers for hosting and support. Of the ~100 or so
> offers I received, Secunia made the most sense from a financial and
> technical point of view.
> For the record, Secunia staff have no access to the FD server and I
> continue to run it exclusively in an independant manner under a mutual
> agreement with Secunia.
> As far as the 'banner' text goes, I myself added that to reward
> Secunia for their generous support, for which I am extremely grateful.
> - John
Remove the URL, no one wants it there. Secunia has no respect in the
industry and probably never will. There website is an eye sore, as is
the Secunia URL on the footer message. How dare you allow FD to be
high jacked by such a scene whore website, you never consulted the
list of your plans to have FD taken over by professional scene whore
cyber crooks. It is as much a comparision as allowing FD to be linked
from Zone-H.org Who advised you out of your hundreds of offers to
allow Secunia to be associated with the Full-Disclosure list? Perhaps
you aren't intelligent enough to be making such decisions for the
future of the list. Please pull away from Secunia and remove the URL,
and partner up with a company which has respect in the industry,
rather than Secunia, who are blackhats, as are Zone-H.
Also: I'd like my xploitable_at_gmail account back.
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