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From: listas at istf.com.br (Marcos Machado)
Subject: Sniffing ICQ traffic

Luiz Gustavo wrote:

> "Anti-Hackers Internet Informatica Ltda."
>
> For a second I got really scared of your evil intentions, of course you
> should find yourself a better name for a business or whatever you call
> it.
>  
>

Ok, Mr. 'registrar wizard'... Lets make it clear: this was the name of 
an old (97/2000) website about end-user/soho security, a popularity 
contest winner in Brazil (Microsoft was in the second place, Xerox in 
the third and yes, I'm proud of it). It shows me the, at least, the 
'word of the mouth' campaign has worked. ;) This kind of 'popularity' 
helps to reach the end-user. The newspapers uses the term "hacker" all 
the time. After bring his attention, we start to teach the right 
concepts. Totally filantropic...

This website has gone, the domain (used in this mail addr to subscribe 
lists) points to my hobby, a forum about security. I'm yet trying to 
teach good manners to the kids. And it's a hard job...

I'm professionally working on a "policy enforcement" project. One of its 
features is to monitoring IM traffic. So, don't worry about my "evil 
intentions". I don't need to steal secrets from my girlfriend ICQ... :)

[]s, MM



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