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[Full-Disclosure] mi2g attacks "so-called" security sites

From: Rob Rosenberger (RobVmyths.com)
Date: Thu Jul 22 2004 - 20:10:09 CDT


mi2g attacked a number of "so-called" security sites in a 20 July press
release. mi2g identified by name the following sites: SecurityFocus,
Insecure, Neohapsis, NetSys, e2kSecurity, Der Keiler, gossamer-threads, C4I,
VulnWatch, and Landfield.

Vmyths will slam mi2g in an upcoming column -- because they don't know the
difference between a hoax and a PARODY.

Vmyths has dared to use the word "plagiarism" in the same sentence with
"mi2g." We will now dare to use the word "slander." We'll say it in both a
column and a press release.

mi2g threatened to sue Vmyths for libel in 2002. (See
http://Vmyths.com/rant.cfm?id=497&page=4 for details.) Two years later,
we're still waiting for the "so-called" security firm to identify ANY
libelous text on our website. "Truth" remains the first word in our website
slogan.

Rob Rosenberger, Vmyths editor
Truth about computer virus hysteria
http://Vmyths.com
(319) 646-2800

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