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Re: Dustin was a volunteer?

FromTheRafters wrote:
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Far enough, FTR?!! ;-)

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Re: Dustin was a volunteer?

Bear wrote:
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Are you implying that he never put in a full shift and wasn't ever paid by the
KLOC by some major player in the cyber game? http://tinyurl.com/ajmokue

Re: Dustin was a volunteer?


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Sure he does. Puts your assinine question to rest.

EoD.



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Oh, you present questions/little tests to folks all the time and demand
answers. What coding languages are you proficient in? It is an easy
question. Answer it.

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Re: Dustin was a volunteer?

On Saturday, February 2, 2013 5:14:59 PM UTC+2, David H. Lipman wrote:

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Well you seem to support the position then that Dustin was paid (let's assu=
me minimum wage) for his ability to detect malware.  He was never paid for =
his ability to code.  I can buy that.  Any monkey just about can figure out=
 whether or not some code is malware.

RL

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I don't know of anyone at malwarebytes who was ever offered anything close
to minimum wage, Ray. I was paid well for my time.

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Really? Wanna put that idea to a test, Ray?


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Re: Dustin was a volunteer?


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Let's do a simple test of your theory. One monkey to another.

for i=0 to 255
out &hex70,i
out &hex71,0
next i


Is this malicious code Ray? What does it do? It's even provided in source
code, most malware requires disassembly. So.. what's it do Ray?




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Re: Dustin was a volunteer?

On Monday, February 4, 2013 4:57:02 PM UTC+2, Dustin wrote:
 
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Do you know yourself?  Do you code?  It's a 'for' loop.  Is this the extent of
your assembly know-how?

RL

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Now you've embarrassed Dustin by showing him up.

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Re: Dustin was a volunteer?

Bear laid this down on his screen :
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You proven yet again that you're as clueless as Ray.



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Bear brought next idea :
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You've proven yet again that you're as clueless as Ray is.



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 B> Now you've embarrassed Dustin by showing him up.

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA... the above isn't even assembler... ray has only embarassed
himself...

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 B> Now you've embarrassed Dustin by showing him up.

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA... the above isn't even assembler... ray has only embarassed
himself...

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Re: Dustin was a volunteer?

RayLopez99 used his keyboard to write :
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So is this:

for i=0 to 255
next i

But what does Dustin's example do within the loop, Ray?



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 R>  
 R> Do you know yourself?  Do you code?

i do and have been doing so for ~40 years ;)

 R>   It's a 'for' loop.  Is this the extent of your assembly know-how?


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there are no for loops in assembly, ray... there are loops but you don't use
"for" and "next" in them...

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Re: Dustin was a volunteer?

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DHL>> LOL
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DHL>> Like this guy...
DHL>> US Software Developer Caught Outsourcing His Job to China
DHL>> http://abcnews.go.com/Business/us-software-developer-busted-employ
DHL>> er-outsourcing-job-china/story?id=18230346
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 DHL> Not to mention the security risk introduced in the product(s) he
 DHL> was  associated with as well as he had given the sub-contracted
 DHL> programmer  account access into his employer's network.

absolutely! especially since he gave them access to the network rather than
having them send him the work and putting it in himself...

 DHL> An INFOSEC nightmare.

to say the least... i've caught more than one in not so similar situations but
close enough... let's just say that it is not a fun gig when you have to deal
with these types of things...

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Re: Dustin was a volunteer?

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 F> ....again

yup...

 F> When Dustin posted some assembly code earlier, Ray thought int was
 F> for  integer.

yes, i saw that and had to really work to not say something then... i've been
reading this group for a long time and get quite the laugh from watching
several participants and their actions... the stalker is one of the funnier
ones but he doesn't come close to the other two or three leading the comedy
pack ;)

i had originally thought to assist them in learning and understanding but
that's not why they are here... that became very obvious after a while... even
moreso with ray's supposed dismissal of me after i told him i would do anyone's
homework for them...

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