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From: blancher at cartel-securite.fr (Cedric Blancher)
Subject: Is www.sco.com hacked?

Le lundi 29 novembre 2004 ? 12:03 -0500, Jason Coombs a ?crit :
> Think not?
> Then how do you explain the dramatic increase in the market value of SCOX?

Speaking of market value, just read the fact. SCOX auction value is
growing since thursday and had its peak today just before 12 (GMT+1),
before defacement announcement (well, before I saw it). Then the value
decreased, even before this "defacement" was _widely_ made public (I
don't think a couple of well informed geeks could have a significant
impact). That's why I frankly doubt there is any significant relation
between this defacement and auction value in any way (and with SCO vs.
Linux as well).

But I'm not stock exchange expert and all this value stuff is way to
difficult for me to understand. So I may be just too blind to see the
real plot behind all this, or far too naive ;)))

Regards.


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