To whoever hacked into my Database

Νίκος Αλεξόπουλος nikos.gr33k at gmail.com
Fri Nov 8 17:57:21 CET 2013


Στις 8/11/2013 6:48 μμ, ο/η unknown έγραψε:
> On Fri, 08 Nov 2013 18:28:39 +0200, Νίκος Αλεξόπουλος wrote:
>
>> Στις 8/11/2013 6:06 μμ, ο/η Mark Lawrence έγραψε:
>>
>>> But let's not waste any more time on this.  Please get back to checking
>>> your web site.  She might have been hacking again.  Or little fingers
>>> from one of my highly paid contractors might have been up to no good.
>>> Oh but I forgot, you've made it hacker proof now.  You'll sleep much
>>> better knowing your site is safe.  Or is it?
>>>
>>>
>>
>> Many visitors per hour in my website.
>> They didn't manage to mess with the db again or the variables i'm
>> utilizing.
>>
>> The hacker maybe a blondie and she cant get a workaround after my
>> changes.
>>
>> At least lest hope she is a pretty hacker wannabe :-)
>
> let me get this straight
>
> You have no aptitude for programming,
> your database skills are non-existent,
> you have no clue regarding even basic debugging techniques,
> you an an incompetent system administrator,
> you cannot even follow basic instructions when you ask for assistance Yet
> you feel you can make blond jokes and belittle someone who has
> demonstrated the flaws in your set-up multiple times?
>
> I have not laughed so much in years. You really should be on the stage,
> there is one leaving in 10 minutes.
>


I have all of the above characteristics in a small degree.

If the mighty hacker is so good and i'm so bad in programming and 
securing my script why cant she break bad again?

And why are you posting under your real name but as "unknown" instead?



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