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C2Net bastards (Was: Mondex Broken

Tim May <[email protected]> writes:

> You mean the way <elided> had lawyers send threatening letters to <elided>
> warning him not to further publicize the claimed security flaws in
> <elided>, the security product sold by <elided>?
> I myself received a phone call from <elided>, warning me to not to even
> make reference to the rumors that <elided> had flaws in it.
> Some of you know what I mean.

For those who still don't know what Tim May means, the barratrous
threats came from the crypto snake oil peddler C2Net and its Arab
owner Sameer Parekh.

Sameer's "product", StrongHold, is a hacked version of the free Web
server Apache, and has more backdoors and security holes than
Swiss cheese.