[Full-disclosure] security industry software license
xploitable at gmail.com
Mon Oct 13 23:31:31 BST 2008
On Mon, Oct 13, 2008 at 11:00 AM, Michael Simpson
<mikie.simpson at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 10/13/08, n3td3v <xploitable at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Mon, Oct 13, 2008 at 2:58 AM, vulcanius <vulcanius at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > Do you honestly believe such a thing could ever happen or are you just speculating for no reason?
>> No I wasn't on drugs when I wrote this email... but mike simpson my
>> new stalker might speculate.
> you wish!
> you appear to be the one desperate to meet up
>>if you want to meet up to sort out your issue, then arrange a
>>date...im sick of you spear targeting me, fuck off.
> lol you wanna hurt me :-)
> not sure about the phallic connotations though especially as you seem
> so homophobic in some of your other replies
>>Like said previously, im just a bedroom person, I have no power or
>>ability to carry this ambition out, but there may be folks on the list
>>who do, thats the kind of people im trying to influence right now.
>>So while n3td3v has no power or ability, he still has a chance of
>>being an influential figure, either now or in the future.
>>i had to get this http://www.disclosurescotland.co.uk/aboutds.htm to
>>go on an ethical hacking security course, maybe we can use the same
>>thing for the security industry software license?
> whoop-di-doo you don't have a criminal record *yet*
> i'm guessing that most of your l33t hacker mates don't have one either
> the big problem with the scottish criminal records office check is
> that it only show people that have been caught and successfully
> i'm not even sure if the "not proven" verdict gets recorded there
> As various people have stated this idea is a non-starter. Move onto
> the next item of the infamous n3td3v agenda.
> Or go and get a job ffs
> In some countries people are ashamed of being unemployed and
> subsisting on state handouts.
> I don't mind supporting people that are attempting to move on in their
> lives or who are genuinely unwell, indeed i do it gladly but i have a
> problem with spending tax dollars on eejits that think the world owes
> them something because deep down they feel *so* important.
* I'm not a criminal
* I'm not mentally ill
* I'm not a terrorist
* I'm not an elite hacker
Now GTFO, stalker!
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