Sound silly? Why Daniel? It's all documented and public knowledge. What I
thought was silly was a entire thread about which ASCII combination was
best.. convert to a higher range above the 255 character range...

There is NOTHING I have mentioned that you or anyone can call a lie. Google
or are great resources. You forte is php... what security
certs doyou hold that contradict my previous email?
On Dec 29, 2010 1:22 PM, "Daniel P. Brown" <>
> On Wed, Dec 29, 2010 at 11:57, Omega -1911 <> wrote:
> > Those were some pretty confident statements there. "You doubt the
> > would want to hack your computer..." Well, the U.S. tries to prevent
over 1
> > million attacks per day as documented and has admitted to having been
> > breached more often than not... !!! But as someone who let's just say
> > prior knowledge, I personally would not want your password unless I
> > to do some "social engineering" but rather hijack your connection to
hide my
> > nefarious intent.
>    Is that how it works out there in Indianapolis, David Chapman?
> Because, to the rest of the world, this whole diatribe just sounds
> plain silly.
> > No, your yahoo login info wouldn't be of much use, but your bank login
> > would be.... there are many who trade account info multiple times on
> > networks for a few dollars at a time. Your login and account info
> > mean much to them, but a few hundred passwords can make thousands daily.
>    Wow.  Good thing folks don't use their Yahoo! email accounts for
> password reminders, I guess.
>    Just.... wow.  Pfft.
> --
> </Daniel P. Brown>
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