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Re: [Full-disclosure] Internet justice delivered [UPDATE ON M. ROTHMAN AND ALAN]

From: Squadron of Justice <internetsuperheros_at_nospam>
Date: Sun Aug 10 2008 - 15:07:31 GMT
To: full-disclosure@lists.grok.org.uk, peanuter@gmail.com


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We missed some relevant updates.

Mike Rothman's phone number:
+1 678-449-7183

And some neat insight into Alan Shimel's income, his IRS forms scanned:

http://bayimg.com/image/cakkdaabc.jpg
SSN: 088-54-4202 This guy earns 16k US dollars monthly. In the meanwhile, people are struggling in Africa to fight starvation, walking a few miles to bring non-edible water to their people.

If Alan spared some dollars from paying abortions for his extramarital
relationships and burgers at McDonalds, a few dozen families could realize there's a better world for them out there.

This Great Council disapproves these abuses against humankind. An overweight man makes 16k-plus bucks a month just for blogging, taking phone calls, meeting other obese executives, and a child has to walk 4 miles in Africa to avoid dieing dehydrated.

Alan Shimel goes to Disneyworld with his family (we won't release information on minors, or relatives unless they are associated with business or activities in the industry, superheroes have strict ethical codes and creeds) while other kids are brutally abused in Thailand by midget executives from Europe and the USA.

See his reservation (if someone dares to do anything with his family information we will lay acts of Great Justice upon them, kids aren't to blame for their parents sins):

http://vacation.disneyworld.com/T0RH02575A0A79374DCC3A15AFDA40

These people, who claim to protect Internet infrastructure, who claim hacking does not mean breaking into systems. The same people who have never experienced breaking into a system with PaX, mprotect restrictions, >16 bit ASLR, and RBAC policies configured, the same people who have never backdoored a PHP extension on runtime, the same people who have never broken into Fortune 100 C-level executives
mailboxes.

On Sun, 10 Aug 2008 16:03:37 +0200 Night Ninja <peanuter@gmail.com> wrote:
>May great justice be had! Whitehats enter my oven.

Zeroday can happen to anyone. Especially if it's openssl flavored.

Love,
the Great Council of Internet Superheros. "To protect exposure and serve ruin."
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