[Full-disclosure] Could n3td3v win a Pwnie award?
xploitable at gmail.com
Sat Apr 26 03:48:01 BST 2008
On Sat, Apr 26, 2008 at 3:04 AM, n3td3v <xploitable at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sat, Apr 26, 2008 at 10:15 AM, jf <jf at danglingpointers.net> wrote:
> > you know theres surely someone more deserving in this industry of getting
> > screwed with than hdm; and thats not so much a vote for him but rather
> > a vote against others.
> Ok, give it to David Litchfield instead, who purposely boycotted Web
> Application Security Awareness Day... and doesn't give a fuck about
> the new generation.
> He lives in Falkland a sad wee town between Central Scotland and the East Coast.
> Small royal burgh (town) and former royal residence in Fife council
> area and historic county, eastern Scotland. It sits at the northern
> base of the East Lomond Hill, which has an elevation of 1,471 feet
> (448 metres). The burgh's 12th-century castle was replaced by the
> present Falkland Palace, which from the 16th century became a
> favourite seat of the Scottish court. Falkland became a royal…
> Scotland, United Kingdom
> Falkland... (75 of 87 words)
> All the best,
David, your research was responsible for the SQL Slammer Worm... but
that makes you elite doesn't it, not a black hat.
No wonder the UK security service is interested in you, but I wouldn't
call it an achievement, that calls you irresponsible in my view.
"He is a regular speaker at a number of computer security conferences
and has delivered lectures to the National Security Agency, the UK's
Security Service, GCHQ and the Bundesamt für Sicherheit in der
Informationstechnik in Germany. David is a CHECK team leader and holds
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