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Date: Sat, 23 Dec 2006 23:01:15 +0530
From: "Jeb Osama" <>
Subject: Re: n3td3v calls on month of bug campaigns to stop

> From: n3td3v <>
> [introduction]
> n3td3v is deeply sad at the new trend of morally accepted blackmail by
> the security community, known better as a month of bugs.
> sincere researchers are coming forward more frequently to threaten
> companies with a month of vendor bugs.
> because they are known to be sincere they are morally left off the
> hook from what is known by n3td3v to be straight forward blackmail.
> blackmail is illegal, for this reason n3td3v wishes to make the
> following recommendations:
> [1]bug a day for a month campaigns are blackmail on the part of the
> researcher, all should be outlawed by government.
> [2]n3td3v calls on the government to make it highly illegal and
> morally unacceptable to threaten a month of bugs for a vendor and its
> customers
> [3]security researchers think its "fun" but all it amounts to is blackmail
> [4]all blackmail attempts shouldn't be dressed up as harmless fun
> [5]governments need to wake up and swiftly arrest those making month
> of bug claims in the future
> [6]corporations and its consumers shouldn't be scared mongered and
> threatened by individuals
> [7]researchers shouldn't use their real name or real place of
> employment and expect exclusion from legal action against blackmail
> [8]researchers shouldn't be allowed to profit or gain career
> opportunities by such claims to action by the researcher
> [9]researchers should be taken into custody, questioned and have their
> hardware obtained for forensic analysis before a month of bugs is due
> to start
> [10]individuals threatening to carry out a month of bugs shouldn't be
> labelled as "security researchers" by the media and security experts
> [11]such individuals should be clearly labelled as "criminals",
> "malicious attackers" and "blackhats", no matter what other "friendly"
> or "useful" research they've carried out in the past.
> [media dork reference]

n3tty!!! Missed you dude!

[1] I am so happy you're back
[2] My happiness is very much
[3] same point as [1] but differently put
[4] Point that seems to be different from 1 and 3 but is not
[45] I'm soo happy!!

Where were you all these days? Whats up with the site your 'security' site??
And the list? And the yahoo world-domination plans? Geez!! so much to talk


PS : Whatever happened to Jeb Bush ? Doctors treated him?

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