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From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Christian Sciberras
Sent: Friday, January 01, 2010 12:37 PM
To: Andrew A
Subject: Re: [Full-disclosure] Antisec for lulz - exposed (anti-sec.com)
You really mean prestige original 1st grade replicas (aka fake), right? On Fri, Jan 1, 2010 at 9:34 PM, Andrew A <email@example.com<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>> wrote: Although I largely agree with the content of this post, anyone whose name is "iStoletheTV" is clearly of African American descent and is probably trying to short change you or sell you counterfeit watches.
On Thu, Dec 31, 2009 at 10:11 PM, <email@example.com<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>> wrote:
> Like seriously omg, omfg! =O
> You think you really got romeo figured out, exposed, owned and shit?
> romeo did not use a proxy, almost everyone i know, knew that romeo
> is from Saudi Arabia, and yet none of you 'well-funded top notch
> security experts' (lmao) were able to ever get anywhere near the
> guy, like omg wtf dude...
> oh wow you can has recovery of files, but did you ever figure out
> how you guys got pwnt in the first place? NO LOL.
> tell us mr sec expert, tell us how did asta loose there server and
> dignity infront of everyone after they saw what kinda shit you guys
> do on there, better yet, tell us what happened to your OWN server
> like 10 times in a row, wiped once, wiped twice, wiped thrice, etc.
> lulz rawr much?
> What else did your expert forensic investigation tell you?, other
> than using recovery tools and strings, do your really think you got
> any skills in there? doooo eeeet and tell us how the hackers got in
> "With the use of sleuthkit in our investication we validated the
> existance of the hax directory and the ll.tar
> file on /dev/sdb2"
> OMG IT TAKES SO MUCH SKILLS TO VALIDATE THAT, RESPECT.. lol -_-
> k, very cool story, bro.. very cool story, now i am talking from a
> completely viewer perspective here, do not count me in any sides or
> anything, but from what i can see, the kid got your shit owned last
> summer in his summer break being bored and shit, took you the bunch
> of well-funded, top notch, awesome security experts all year long
> to come up with this.. the audience requests more!, get romeo
> behind bars and let the world see it or atleast, ATLEAT figure out
> how the dude got into your servers, that should be a whole lot of
> help to the security industry right? should not be hard really, you
> got his intel figured out, you got a whole connection between
> 'romeo' and 'Faisal Hourani', a good list of dynamic IP's from a
> Saudi Arabian ISP, do it already and take down anti-sec for lyfe!
> eh, good luck and everything with the destruction etc etc, but let
> me remind you:
> "The reason that we decided to start looking into this subject, was
> to see how and why my dedicated hosting
> server was compromised despite the fact that it was secure enough
> to provide access to the outside world."
> ....10,000 lines later, a year and loads of experts behind your
> back and you still cant figure out the 'how' :]
> Much Love,
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