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Re: [Full-disclosure] FIXED CODE - IIS 6 Remote Buffer Overflow Exploit(was broken)
From: Joachim Schipper (j.schippermath.uu.nl)
Date: Thu Apr 21 2005 - 05:48:36 CDT
On Thu, Apr 21, 2005 at 04:32:39AM -0500, Ed Carp wrote:
> Javi Polo wrote:
> >On Apr/20/2005, Day Jay wrote:
> >>You are wrong again, it's "Smashing the Stick" you
> >>moron. Not smashing the stack. Ask anyone here!
> >>Man, you are such a newbie. Get a clue and stop trying
> >>to say the sweet code is a backdoor just because you
> >>don't know how to compile software properly. You're
> >>nothing but a newbie wanna be C programmer with a dick
> >>in his ass and a lack of hacking skills.
> >Should this list be moderated?
> >it's starting to be a pile of shit ... :/
> Starting?? It always has - 90% of the messages here are pure bullshit.
> Fortunately, there is 10% pure gold here, which is the *only* reason why
> I'm still here, and I suspect that goes for a lot of other people here.
> The juvenile wanna-be crackers who post here so much like to use profanity
> to pump themselves up - to compensate for their lack of technical skills,
> no doubt. "Gee, I'm a real *man* because I can spin a clever put-down and
> use as much profanity as possible..."
> How incredibly lame.
Hey, don't be too harsh on the list - most is useful, and the rest
provides comic relief. ;-)
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