Saturday, June 09, 2007

Nice Comment

I usually don't check out the comments in old blog post but today seems to be good day to check them out as I'm advised by Doctor to do something lighter. I never delete any comments whether it is positive or negative to me. As for now, I find a very nice comment which you can either read up in this link or read it below, the comment is the respond to this story -

Anonymous said...
The person who posted this has no idea about Ethical Hacking. I pity him. It looks like he likes to talk but no action.

Blogs are losing respect nowadays because of silly negative posts. May be one day Blogs will earn their respect like New York Times.

Why don't you take your post to Microsoft's Blue Hat conference as well. You might even call them a hoax. You are pathetic.

Stop posting negative comments and start contributing back to the security community.

I respect security organizations efforts to educate the mass about the issues involving security weakness. EC-Council, Cisco, McAfee are such organizations.

Hacking competition is just an example of attack methodology and don't take it literally.

Hacker Halted conferences provides generic view of security by experts around the world.

So stop complaining and act like a professional.

I will be attending Hacker Halted and Black Hat this year. Keep up the good work guys.

Stephen Jacobson
Sydney, Australia
Should I fight back, what do you think? I'm wondering who is pathetic, anyway I won't delete this silly negative comment.

Enjoy ;]

3 comments:

:) said...

haha, just let it be, no need to argue/fight back. He know nothing about those silly organization which working for that hacker halted event. He will always say that this organization is the best eventhough you provide a prove or whatever. He always want to win. Haha

MikeP said...

"Arguing with anonymous strangers on the Internet is a sucker’s game because they almost always turn out to be — or to be indistinguishable from — self-righteous sixteen-year-olds possessing infinite amounts of free time."

Neal Stephenson, Cryptonomicon

Anonymous said...

Sounds like a troll to me.

Usually the best way to deal with this is to have them move on... in other words "Don't feed the trolls" usually works.

So I'll just return the favor of posting anonymously.