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Re: [Full-disclosure] Re: Help put a stop to incompetent computer forensics
From: J.A. Terranson (measlmfn.org)
Date: Fri Aug 12 2005 - 22:34:29 CDT
Yeah, this is a late, late, *late* posting - I opened it last for some
reason. Shoot me.
On Wed, 10 Aug 2005, Erik Kamerling wrote:
> Copied from the SANS Glossary of Terms Used in Security and Intrusion
While I realize that this is not going to be a wildly popular point, let
me remind you that SANS is not the kind of place I would use as an
authoritative reference in terms of debate. SANS is a for profit corp.,
and was run as such even when they were playing possum as a non-profit.
They are *not* a "disinterested third party" any more than the anti-virus
firms are - and not many people would use *them* as an authoritative
reference (assuming of course that there are other sources).
I like the idea of belief in drug-prohibition as a religion in that it is
a strongly held belief based on grossly insufficient evidence and
bolstered by faith born of intuitions flowing from the very beliefs they
are intended to support.
don zweig, M.D.
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