From: Charlotte Spencer (email@example.com)
Date: Mon, 13 Nov 2000 09:52:01 GMT
On the web I found your address with so many sites that have been hacked by
Is it as all possible for you to assist me to hack into a hotmail email
I look forward to hearing from you.
From: /dev/null (firstname.lastname@example.org)
To: Charlotte Spencer (email@example.com)
Date: Mon, 13 Nov 2000 15:50:52 -0700 (MST)
Subject: Re: Assistance
You make a great many assumptions...some of which are very, very dangerous
assumptions to make. It's frustrating, too, because we make information
available in many places that would clear up some of your misconceptions,
but you chose not to bother to read the things we kindly posted for the
benefit of our readers. Since you failed to look into the pages we worked
so hard to write up, let me see if I can assist you in reaching an
understanding. I'll use small words.
We did not hack the sites on our list. We do not deface web sites. We do
not approve of illegal hacking. We tend to think people who have to
resort to criminal activity are very, very lame (actually, we think much
worse than that, but I promised to use small words).
In fact, by asking for our assistance in hacking a hotmail email account,
you are effectively soliciting complete strangers to commit a felony
computer crime that crosses state lines. Soliciting complete strangers to
commit -any- crime is mindblowingly stupid in the first place; asking
total strangers to hack for you is not only mindblowingly stupid, it's
likely to get you laughed at a great deal if not get you in a great deal
Oops. Those weren't small words. Sorry, I forgot.
The answer's no -- or, better put, the answer is -fuck- no, and let me
take this moment to strongly encourage you to give up on the idea of
breaking into email accounts altogether. You're not devious enough or
careful enough or dedicated enough to be a good criminal...and bad
criminals tend to get caught.
Hope this helps.