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Date: Sun Apr 23 08:25:05 2006
From: crypticmauler at (CrYpTiC MauleR)
Subject: Who Do I Contact?

How many times do I have to tell everyone I am NOT in the same state as the school right now I am at my parents' house for the week. So looking up my IP addy won't get you even close to where the school is located. Second, I have called it a school, it could be a Univeristy, College, Community College, or even an Adult Learning Center. As for the 7k 'estimate' it is rough estimate based on quick look up of new students attending. So everyone please dont wast your time trying to play 'who can guess what school it is or where it is?' because I really will not verify if you are correct or not and plain do not want to play that game. I just asked FD on advice of what to do considering the implications, and that is all it will be kept at. I will not be responding to anything on the subject that is not related to actually helping me, I do appreciate the help and advice so far and just want to get on with my day without making this more of a problem than it already is. Thank you.


> ----- Original Message -----
> From:
> To: "Sol Invictus" <>
> Subject: Re: [Full-disclosure] Who Do I Contact? 
> Date: Sun, 23 Apr 2006 02:55:29 -0400
> On Sat, 22 Apr 2006 18:09:51 EDT, Sol Invictus said:
> > What you don't realize is that just by posting here that an Educational
> > Institution is vulnerable to this,  Some Readers (not me) might already be
> > scanning for web vulnerabilities at these sites across the US.
> The number of US universities big enough to have 7,000 incoming students
> is extremely limited.  *that* little tidbit probably tells us more than
> the fact his traceroute ends in Kansas.....
> << 2.dat >>


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