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  • SarperDomain
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    http://www.cybercrime.gov/kernellIndict.htm

    It is done.

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  • Greyhatter
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    Originally posted by streaker69 View Post
    I would have rather seen a nice police chase with him in a Chevy Bronco.
    That one minus the Bronco is up the river. You can't take the hood out of the hood easily.

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  • streaker69
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    Originally posted by xor View Post
    He was wise to turn himself in. I expected this to be resolved quickly. What won't be is the "good Samaritan" issue which I think is clear cut regardless. The civil issues around this could be potentially much worse than the criminal.

    xor
    I would have rather seen a nice police chase with him in a Chevy Bronco.

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  • xor
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    He was wise to turn himself in. I expected this to be resolved quickly. What won't be is the "good Samaritan" issue which I think is clear cut regardless. The civil issues around this could be potentially much worse than the criminal.

    xor

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  • Greyhatter
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    "Kernell's father is longtime state Rep. Mike Kernell of Memphis, chairman of Tennessee's House Government Operations Committee. The lawmaker has said he had nothing to do with the hacking incident." <Yea right? Time for a MK probie me thinks. Rectal perhaps.

    Ok politics aside, let's suppose daddy Kernell knew of his sons ability and had a direct line to the Obama HQ. Could this have meant tuition paid for junior, or perhaps a higher seat in government for daddy? This is NOT meant as a political rap,(could have happened from any side) only partial grounds to investigate Kernell Sr. further.

    Humm... What was it I said? (and we can't rule out other political parties or anything else)

    Nice follow up Streaker, thx.
    Last edited by Greyhatter; October 8, 2008, 12:41.

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  • streaker69
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    Originally posted by Greyhatter View Post
    I got sucked into that. Thorn you're a fab mod. The questions that remain are the investigaton of the Palin hack, the release of "who done it" (and we can't rule out other political parties or anything else). And this is this big Q..?.. What did she and her team really learn? What new installs are in place and her restrictions now that it's all out?
    Indictment has been handed down.

    http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20081008/...r/palin_hacked

    Trial is set for Dec. 16. Kernell faces a maximum of five years in prison, a $250,000 fine and a three-year term of supervised release.
    Chances are, he won't get this, but I think he should. Claims of ignorance that he didn't know it was wrong, or the gravity of the situation is no excuse.

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  • xor
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    Sorry Thorn;

    The political silly season will be over soon. It is very encouraging to see so many Americans paying attention. The way it should be.

    xor

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  • Greyhatter
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    I got sucked into that. Thorn you're a fab mod. The questions that remain are the investigaton of the Palin hack, the release of "who done it" (and we can't rule out other political parties or anything else). And this is this big Q..?.. What did she and her team really learn? What new installs are in place and her restrictions now that it's all out?

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  • Thorn
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    Originally posted by xor View Post
    Clearly you haven't seen the Katie Curic interview or Saturday Night Live . Honestly I would have so much more respect for her if she just up and said I don't have any foreign policy credentials. Rather than the bimbo-ish Teen USA like rant about Putin and our airspace. Even Babe Buchanan on CNN had a hard time keeping a straight face. "She makes Dan Quayle look like Colin Powell" At least it makes for entertaining late night fodder.

    xor
    Let's not go there. I'm sure that plenty of people would be more than willing to get equal time and sling mud about the Dems, and it will be all downhill from there.

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    Originally posted by Greyhatter View Post
    Ahh, yes KC the one replacing Dan Blather on the Communist Broadcasting Network, adding futher revenue loss for CBS. Letz c the moose hunter was a mayor, a governator, and an NRA member. Far more exciting than the Chicago piano who wants our change in return for no hope.
    OK, too late.

    Either it all political comments stop immediately, or the thread closes.

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  • Greyhatter
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    Originally posted by xor View Post
    Clearly you haven't seen the Katie Curic interview or Saturday Night Live . Honestly I would have so much more respect for her if she just up and said I don't have any foreign policy credentials. Rather than the bimbo-ish Teen USA like rant about Putin and our airspace. Even Babe Buchanan on CNN had a hard time keeping a straight face. "She makes Dan Quayle look like Colin Powell" At least it makes for entertaining late night fodder.

    xor
    Ahh, yes KC the one replacing Dan Blather on the Communist Broadcasting Network, adding futher revenue loss for CBS. Letz c the moose hunter was a mayor, a governator, and an NRA member. Far more exciting than the Chicago piano who wants our change in return for no hope.

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  • streaker69
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    Originally posted by xor View Post
    Clearly you haven't seen the Katie Curic interview or Saturday Night Live . Honestly I would have so much more respect for her if she just up and said I don't have any foreign policy credentials. Rather than the bimbo-ish Teen USA like rant about Putin and our airspace. Even Babe Buchanan on CNN had a hard time keeping a straight face. "She makes Dan Quayle look like Colin Powell" At least it makes for entertaining late night fodder.

    xor
    You're swerving dangerously close into discussing politics, which is something that I have made it a point of leaving out of this thread.

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  • xor
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    Originally posted by Greyhatter View Post
    I just like the fact she's an NRA member, went hunting moose at 3A.M. with her father packing BIG gunz. I think if Palin thinks this guy/gal (we always assume the bad hacker's a guy me thinks) was tasty game, then who else else better qualified to be on the trail?
    Clearly you haven't seen the Katie Curic interview or Saturday Night Live . Honestly I would have so much more respect for her if she just up and said I don't have any foreign policy credentials. Rather than the bimbo-ish Teen USA like rant about Putin and our airspace. Even Babe Buchanan on CNN had a hard time keeping a straight face. "She makes Dan Quayle look like Colin Powell" At least it makes for entertaining late night fodder.

    xor

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  • CP99
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    No need to end the thread with "seareus bizniss"

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  • Thorn
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    Originally posted by streaker69 View Post
    http://www.securityfocus.com/columnists/481?ref=rss



    I think this kind of directly applies here. We can run analogies to shooting the messenger until the cows come home (here, that's around 6:30pm). But the point remains that an intrusion, is the crime, not the intent.
    Good Samaritan laws don't cover those who CAUSE an auto accident, even if they come to the aid of the other driver afterward. A law like what Dr. Carr is proposing would be nothing more than license for every skriddie out there to go after any system they felt like attacking. "Oh, I caused harm? Well, you can't touch me because I didn't MEAN to do that."

    The fact of the matter is that you shouldn't be on other systems unless you're invited/hired to be there. It's that simple.

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  • streaker69
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    http://www.securityfocus.com/columnists/481?ref=rss

    Originally posted by TFA
    Earlier this month, SecurityFocus reported that a 20-year-old student at Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario, faces criminal charges because he allegedly breached the security of the school's network. The school did not detect the attack on its own: The student sent a 16-page report detailing the security issues and potential solutions to network administrators and other students.
    I think this kind of directly applies here. We can run analogies to shooting the messenger until the cows come home (here, that's around 6:30pm). But the point remains that an intrusion, is the crime, not the intent.

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