To whoever hacked into my Database

unknown unknown at unknown.com
Fri Nov 8 18:01:59 CET 2013


On Fri, 08 Nov 2013 18:57:21 +0200, Νίκος Αλεξόπουλος wrote:

> 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?

Because I do not want a twit like you sending me direct emails.



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