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Re: [Full-disclosure] Sasser or other nasty worm needed
From: deep fried (pigmy.meatgmail.com)
Date: Mon Nov 27 2006 - 12:48:30 CST
What am I
On 11/27/06, K F (lists) <kf_listsdigitalmunition.com> wrote:
> Dude... settle the hell down.
> I see little problem with this guy doing this on a closed LAN in a lab
> setting. What part of CLOSED LAB did you miss? Its not like he is
> intentionally letting it loose on the entire school LAN.
> ericschermac.com wrote:
> > Chris -
> > I don't know what to make of your "please reply off-list; I'm not a
> > comment.
> > It's almost as ridiculous as what you are requesting.
> > If I take your question at face value, you are an INSTRUCTOR, not an
> > That means you probably teach an A+ class, maybe an abbreviated CCNA
> > program.
> > You have NO FUCKING BUSINESS WHATSOEVER even THINKING about turning
> loose a
> > dangerous piece of Malware in someone else's network. And it IS someone
> > else's network; specifically it belongs to the district.
> > Speak as a network engineer for a large midwestern schooldistrict, if
> > did that in MY network, I'd have your job. GOD HELP YOU if it turns out
> > that you actually ARE a teacher in my district. I don't recognize the
> > but you can bet your ass that every time we have an infection in one of
> > schools from now until the stars burn out; that I'll be making a point
> > asking who the computer teachers are in that building.
> > You want to teach these kids a lesson? Write it on the blackboard.
> > We have enough work to do just keeping up with the kids, without an
> > professional turning loose a worm in our network.
> > =================================================
> > I'm a high school network administration teacher
> > looking for a creative means of teaching my students
> > the importance of patch management. I was hoping to
> > let a particularly nasty worm loose on a closed lab
> > so my students could see what happens during an outbreak,
> > but I'm running into a hitch - I can't find a worm that
> > would spread quickly enough to be useful.
> > Does anyone have a copy of Sasser or a similar worm
> > that they would be willing to send or link me to?
> > Please contact me off-list. I would be happy to
> > verify my identity as a high school teacher off-list
> > as I'm sure that is a concern for most anyone who has
> > what I am looking for.
> > Please do not reply on list as I am not currently a member.
> > Thank you,
> > Chris
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