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Date: Tue Oct 11 13:33:05 2005
From: kaka.munna at gmail.com (Kaka Munna)
Subject: Mobile Infection

got it guys. My post did not intend any offence. Maybe I was just so upset
about the post. I did notice the POC word, but still everything else seemed
so suspicious.
 Peace.


On 10/11/05, Peer Janssen <peer@...en-online.de> wrote:
>
> Kaka Munna wrote:
>
> > Why would you like to do that?
>
>
> People do research for different purposes.
> One reason can be "know your ennemi" in order to better defend yourself.
>
> How can you tell the difference regarding the intentions of somebody?
>
> Also, people can change. For instance, there are many examples of jerks
> who turn good guys (tm).
> And people mature.
>
> > Why not apply your security knowledge in creating good things (i.e.
> > prevention mechanisms) instead of doing criminal things (i.e.
> > creatingg viruses)?
>
>
> You speak of security knowledge.
> Tinkering with security holes can be one way to acquire it.
>
> > People like you should be doomed.
>
>
> Anybody who nourishes any bad intention dooms oneself.
> I'm not sure there really is any need to add to that.
>
> And be careful not to judge anybody.
> You never know enough about the person to be just in your judgements.
> Everybody has some dark sides, you too I suppose.
>
> And while dooming others, you still sign "peace" ??
>
> Greetings
> Peer
>
> > -Kaka Munna
> >
> >
> >
> > On 10/10/05, *Mark Sec* <mark.sec@...il.com
> > <mailto:mark.sec@...il.com>> wrote:
> >
> > Alo folks,
> >
> > Well, im playing with some mobiles, this devices have system like
> > WindowsCE, Symbiam. Blackberry...
> >
> > Im looking the binaries (.exe) or source code virus to do (PoCs) into
> > the devices, obvious with the bluetooth active and vulnerable.
> >
> > I have this link (include the source code virus "DUST" for to
> > WindowsCE)
> >
> > http://www.informit.com/articles/article.asp?p=337071&rl=1
> > <http://www.informit.com/articles/article.asp?p=337071&rl=1>
> >
> >
> > does anyone have a links, source, binaries of the CABIR virus may be
> > everything about to mobile virus?
> >
> > cheers :-)
> > Mark.
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