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From: remko at (Remko Lodder)
Subject: Gee Why don't you teach then! Help out  thecommunity.

I actually think that certain people teach security technique's.
incl madsaxon and me,

Personally i like it that persons are interested in security, therefor
i try to help as much as i can, 

but Jan, do you have any ideas about how to do that on FD in a better way?

including [ Student ] headers in the subject and then the question?

i say this because i sometimes have the feeling that people are get
frustrated by unknowledged persons (no offense, we need to teach you,
so you can do the same after that), and we need some level of education


let the education begin (:


Kind regards,

Remko Lodder Dutch community for helping newcomers on the

-----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
[]Namens madsaxon
Verzonden: donderdag 5 februari 2004 20:29
Onderwerp: RE: [Full-Disclosure] Gee Why don't you teach then! Help out

At 01:42 PM 2/5/2004 -0500, Clairmont, Jan wrote:
>For those who think more people less security, why don't
>you TEACH.

I'm an infosec mentor for local gifted high school students,
I teach Internet investigation techniques to law enforcement
officers, and I maintain several online tutorials.


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