From: /dev/null (email@example.com)
To: The NLH (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat, 7 Oct 2000 22:22:35 -0600 (MDT)
Subject: Re: Recently hacked site...
On Fri, 6 Oct 2000, The NLH wrote:
: I viewed your list of recently cracked sites, and I noticed that a site
: I personally hacked into was not on that list. This was probably due to
: the fact that it was not a major site with a major importance, it was
: merely a fan site. Regardless, this was my first web site hack and I
: would love to see it added to the list. Here is the ULR:
www.iwarp.com redirects to freeservers.com. As our web site very clearly
states, we do not mirror free sites.
: I am not sure how much you care about a hacker's morals or ethics, but
: regardless, I do want you to know this; I do not plan on being one of
: those heartless hackers that destroy well made - or even crappy made -
: sites for the hell of it. I plan to hack for a purpose, whether it be
: to find loopholes in business sites for that business, or even for the
: FBI. Whatever it be, I plan to have a purpose to do what I do. Thank
: you for adding the site to your list.
Dude, you deface web pages. Not only do you deface web pages, you deface
crappy little fan sites on free servers. You aren't finding loopholes in
business sites and you aren't just trying to help admins. You just deface
web pages. Ergo, if you'll pardon my language, I don't give a flying fuck
in corkscrew formation about the ethics you seem to think you have. Want
anyone to believe you actually have morals? Quit defacing. Period.