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Re: U.S. Military Opens Arms to Hackers
Posted by: ECT News 2001-05-30 09:18:26
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Further fueling the debate over whether cybercriminals should be allowed to benefit from their crimes, U.S. Assistant Secretary of Defense Arthur Money told a crowd of cyber-vandals in Las Vegas, Nevada Friday that they should give up their destructive ways and help the U.S. government fend off cyberattacks from foreign governments.


Re: U.S. Military Opens Arms to Hackers
Posted by: A. Williams 2001-09-23 10:58:18 In reply to: ECT News
Good job, DOD. I think it's time for hackers to put down the little toys and start playing with the real toys. I think Afghanistan should be the first hack target, take out their comm. sys.

Re: U.S. Military Opens Arms to Hackers
Posted by: Neo 2002-05-18 15:42:40 In reply to: A. Williams
Sorry, man, but I don't think that we have to hack Afghanistan.. you know why? Because about 95% of people living there don't have computers... but anyway... The idea of making Hackers work for the DOD ain't a bad one.

Re: U.S. Military Opens Arms to Hackers
Posted by: jeremy levitt 2001-05-30 09:22:20 In reply to: ECT News
sure i'd luv to be hired by the gov. iv never done anything bad but i know how to do it. so if some one can tell me were to go to be hired (website) email me.

Re: U.S. Military Opens Arms to Hackers
Posted by: Nathan 2001-06-03 15:39:53 In reply to: jeremy levitt
I've been monitoring, but am convinced that we are all barking up the same tree and not seeing the rest of the den slipping around in the bushes.
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