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Week of July 26, 2001

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From: 'Michelle Delio'
To: 'radsoft.net'
Subject: RE: Antipass (Comments on SirCam)
Date: Thu, 26 Jul 2001 13:49:55 -0400


well, i have done a very bad thing, and totally imposed on our
friendship, and I hope you don't hate me.
But i needed, i really needed, a quote on sircam variants this
am, and yours was the best one I had. I used it. without asking
you. I am an evil unethical person, and u probably hate me.
I can still pull it if you let me know ASAP.


From: 'Michelle Delio' To: 'radsoft.net' Subject: RE: Antipass (Comments on SirCam) Date: Thu, 26 Jul 2001 14:09:05 -0400 remember a few weeks back you were mad that the register printed your letter without permission? remember i said i always ask for permission? rememember we were emailing last night about sircam? I NEEDED an intellegent comment on sircam code this morning. (said in a very small voice) so used this quote from yr emails without your permission: 'It won't be easy to create variations on SirCam. The code for this virus was compiled, written in programming language. It's not a simple script that a kiddie can play with,' said Rick Downes, a programmer with Radsoft. 'Whoever wants to make a SirCam variant has to be able to write their own code which is significantly more difficult than just tinkering with a line in a script, or running it through a virus creation kit.' how bad do you hate me? It was a not-good thing to do, but I am so overwhelemed here w/ work, and people were screaming at me for story,and no one could say what u said as good as you said it, and I couldn't find you..... if that doesn't make sense, give me yr number and i will call and explain
Date: Thu, 26 Jul 2001 16:19:34 -0700 (PDT) From: 'radsoft.net' Subject: RE: http://wired.com/news/business/0,1367,45570-2,00.html To: 'Michelle Delio' > I was wrong. I am sorry. I should have waited. Doesn't help now or > change anything, but I thought you should know. I hesitate to ask, but what exactly am I supposed to know? As for not changing anything, you said you could. Now you say you can't. That sort of jeopardises your credibility factor, doesn't it? Anyway, I said I hesitate to ask, and I do. Maybe I should have let it go - write an editorial on the ethics of journalism and go out and have a Jack Daniels and let it go. Well I am not going to have any Jack Daniels, for I don't feel so deeply affected, but I am going to start polishing up this editorial. Maybe you'll want to proof-read it for me later. R.
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