[Can't find the original but Comega quoted the relevant part.
David Camp mailed us asking us to help him with *British*
hacking (material in double quotes). Null replied (the material
in single quotes), and Comega followed up with this.]
From: Cancer Omega (email@example.com)
To: /dev/null (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Cc: David Camp (Azgard@btinternet.com), email@example.com
Date: Tue, 7 Nov 2000 13:38:09 -0700 (MST)
Subject: Re: British hacking.
On Tue, 7 Nov 2000, /dev/null wrote:
>> I am looking for website addresses and have as yet been unable to
>> find any websites relating to the topic which I am looking for.
>> Do you know the addresses of any BRITISH hacking websites? Or if you
>> don't do you know of anybody who would know of any? If you could help me
>> then that would be great. And secondly this is kind of a long shot but
>> would you consider hosting a non-staff members webpage? thanx.
> Er...perhaps I don't understand, but why exactly is British hacking any
> different from, say, Zimbabwean hacking? Do the vulnerabilities
> suddenly change once a server is installed in the UK?
> Have I missed something here? Are you looking specifically for something
> on British laws about hacking? Works by British hackers? Maybe your
> friendly local search engine might help out.
Null, I'm surprised at you. The differences between British hacking and
other hacking is always apparent. For instance:
American Hacker : w3 0wn j00 fux0rz!@#$
British Hacker : Excuse me, ol' chap...w3 0wn j00 fux0rz!@#$
Muslim Hacker : By the will of Allah, w3 0wn j00 fux0rz!@#$
British Hacker : w3 0wn j00 fux0rz!@#$ Pip-pip.
Fundie Hacker : w3 0wn j00 fux0rz!@#$ (You had it coming anyway.)
British Hacker : We can't own you right now. Tea time, you know.
I could go on, but I have to go vote. It's a right we got after pounding
British ass over 200 years ago, you know.