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Re: [Dailydave] HITB Security Conference 2003 website rant
From: harley mcdonald (harleyqmcdonaldyahoo.com)
Date: Wed Feb 11 2004 - 16:29:28 CST
evidently they think being "swamped" is more
acceptable than "we don't do regular backups and it
i wonder if i could use that one.
"i deleted everyones files off the server can you
"sorry, boss, a little swamped over here"
Behalf Of Tom Grazius
Sent: Wednesday, February 11, 2004 3:40 PM
Subject: Re: [Dailydave] HITB Security Conference 2003
On Mon, 9 Feb 2004 18:37:55 -0600, "H D Moore"
> On Monday 09 February 2004 06:13 pm, Tom Grazius
> > I have to rant about the Hack In The Box website
one last time.
> Dhillon sent out requests for updated materials a
little over a week ago,
> they apparently lost their copies in some
catastrophic hard drive
> failure. I definitely agree that any 0-day or
"cutting-edge" stuff is a
> bit less interesting now that two months have
passed. None of the
> speakers have posted public links to their
A hard disk crash, eh? Most unfortunate. At least
that's something I
can accept. It doesn't help as far as getting my
hands on the material,
but it's something I can deal with. The not knowing
is the worst part.
HITB should realize there's a difference between
"swamped" and "up the
creek". I hope they manage to recover their data from
the disk and/or
get the presenters to re-submit their material. They
still should have
said something to the effect of "Due to technical
Thanks for the update and the link. From what I
understand the LSD group
will soon be posting some material about the 'doze RPC
vulns on their
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