Steve Riley on Security

Formerly of Microsoft's Trustworthy Computing Group.

Who is "dodacrazy" and what is a "montize buddy"?

Who is "dodacrazy" and what is a "montize buddy"?

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Hey Steve you and your montize buddy Scott will soon have your hands full after the federal officers come down on your data scams and as for your educational acts i'm not buying it and if others are willing to trade your data for their profits guess there are fools born everyday tunnels oh I see drug dealers right Stevo

Normally I delete spam from my comments, and have occasionally deleted mindless ranting criticism (I encourage vigorous discussion of ideas, but won't allow personal attacks). However, this guy's comment is just...weird.

  • What's a "montize buddy Scott"? I know lots of Scotts, and once even admired a particular "Montgomery Scot." But "montize"? Maybe it's a new kind of malt.
  • I don't believe I'm perpetuating any data scams, none that I know of, anyway. If any of you, my readers, feel that I'm scamming your data, I guess I haven't concealed that fact well enough. Oops, sorry! We'll have to add another item to the constantly-growing list of data breaches.
  • While it's true that some of my conference appearances aren't free, no one is certainly forced to buy any of my "educational acts." A lot of my presentations you can download for free!
  • I never look in tunnels for my supplies, they're too dark and you can never be totally certain of what you're getting.

Thanks, dodacrazy, for a good Thursday morning laugh!

  • Every time i come by and read this i piss myself laughing...

    Classic stuff

  • You're wise to stay away from tunnels, they often contain a grue...

  • Yeah, much better to run back in to that maze of twisty passages, all alike.

  • Great post, really helped me understand, thanks again!

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