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Re: OT: Cisco.com password reset.
- From: Kim Onnel
- Date: Wed Aug 03 14:43:15 2005
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I dont mean anything actually, i am really supporting this brave man,
some so called hackers claim that they will hunt cisco down, its in the
news that some people think they should revenge.
On 8/3/05, Etaoin Shrdlu <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Kim Onnel wrote:
> On 8/3/05, Joe Blanchard <
> > I got an email that my CCO account's password was reset
> > last night...
> People claim that accounts were compromised, thats why they are resetting
> them all,
> looks like Lynn's friends have made their moves for revenge.
You know, don't start down this road. I don't think this is the appropriate
place for that sort of statement, and I don't think you need to put Mr.
Lynn in that group. I don't care what you think about his actions, but what
you're implying is rude, and it implies things about him that (I don't
believe) are true.
Please, keep it on track, or take it off line.
Shame on Cisco. Shame on ISS.