It's nothing new to hear that mi2g Limited has a little trouble with telling the truth or being in touch with reality. In July 2004, someone posted an e-mail to the Full-Disclosure mailing list, creating a parody of an mi2g vulnerability involving information disclosure at a fast food drive through. Blood pressures at mi2g rose and they issued a press release claiming this "hoax" posting was part of a PR smear campaign. While Bugtraq and Vulnwatch moderators rejected the post, mi2g still went on to accuse the moderators of demanding between $250,000 and $1,000,000 in ransom to not approve the post. Apparently, no one has let mi2g in on the difference between a "hoax" and a "parody" before, as their response led only to further ridicule.