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    albn
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    http://www.attrition.org/postal/z/012/0122.html

    From: "James T. Garland" (GarTek@rocketmail.com)
    To: hacked@attrition.org
    Date: Fri, 24 Nov 2000 16:21:00 -0800 (PST)
    Subject: Our hacked website: www.knoxserver.com

    Our website, www.knoxserver.com, was hacked on our about October 08,
    2000 by a hacker who identified himself as "Milkman".
    Today, I discovered that you have a listing for our hacked site and
    that you identify the hacker as "Hackweiser". Who is Hackweiser? Where
    is it located?
    I have asked the FBI to investigate this matter. I discovered a
    federal law that has a mandatory death penalty for anyone who hacked
    into our site and their conspirators. I am assuming that you know who
    Hackweiser is and therefore are it's collaborator.
    I expect that you will respond within 5 days to my e-mail address
    with the information that I requested above. Failure to do so will
    result in your being prosecuted to your death.
    In the meantime, remove all references to our site from your server.
    Do not ever put any reference to our site on your filthy and disgusting
    **** page.

    =====
    James T. Garland
    Network Consultant and Software Developer
    GarTek
    210 Thirteenth Street
    Knoxville, TN 37916-1527
    E-Mail: gartek@rocketmail.com

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    From: security curmudgeon (jericho@attrition.org)
    To: "James T. Garland" (GarTek@rocketmail.com)
    Date: Fri, 24 Nov 2000 17:37:25 -0700 (MST)
    Subject: Re: Our hacked website: www.knoxserver.com

    : I have asked the FBI to investigate this matter. I discovered a
    : federal law that has a mandatory death penalty for anyone who hacked
    : into our site and their conspirators. I am assuming that you know who
    : Hackweiser is and therefore are it's collaborator.

    Oh really? Please quote the exact law that states computer intrusion can
    receive the death penalty. I'd love to read up on that law.

    Oh wait.. there is no such law. You're just a pathetic liar. Nevermind.

    : I expect that you will respond within 5 days to my e-mail address
    : with the information that I requested above. Failure to do so will
    : result in your being prosecuted to your death.

    Yeah, laughing to death at your blatant stupidity.

    : In the meantime, remove all references to our site from your server.

    No. Thtptptpt. You can't make us. *taunt*

    : Do not ever put any reference to our site on your filthy and disgusting
    : **** page.

    I am going to post this mail on our page now.

    : James T. Garland
    : Network Consultant and Software Developer

    And windbag. You left out 'windbag'.

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    From: "James T. Garland" (GarTek@rocketmail.com)
    To: security curmudgeon (jericho@attrition.org)
    Date: Fri, 24 Nov 2000 16:55:01 -0800 (PST)
    Subject: Re: Our hacked website: www.knoxserver.com

    I am glad that you responded in the way that you did. I will forward
    your response to the US Attorney's office.
    By the way, you are wrong on every point that you made. The law will
    be explained to you when you are put in chains.
    I was pretty sure that you were the hacker. Now, I have proof.
    Thanks so much. Your line is now tapped.

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    Bahahahahaha
    I laffed so hard I pissed my pants

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    Yeah attrition.org receives e-mails from some pretty disturbed characters. The logic some of the people have fails to get through even to some mental patients, I'm sure.

    Anyway there's nothing on the whois to knoxserver.com, but a whois on the relevant IP doesn't give out too much info. There's no point for me to dig deeper... I was curious in what state the guy resides, even in Texas a death penalty for computer intrusion seems a bit too much.

    I especially like the referrence that the death penalty would be for someone penetrating 'their server'.
    /\\

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