[Snort-sigs] Sourcefire VRT Certified Snort Rules Update2010-04-13

evilghost at ...3397... evilghost at ...3397...
Wed Apr 14 16:47:09 EDT 2010

Hi Jeff, /dev/null this one too.

I never lost sight of the issue, another VRT fiasco.  It seems you're 
the one that got confused somewhere along the way between confusing VRT 
with Snort and enjoyed hurling profanities.  My offer to help with 
documentation still stands.

I will admit I should have looked at the EXIF headers on that JPEG but I 
still felt despite the age, it was worth some comedy value.

It's been fun, have a jolly good day guy with two first names.  You're 
unique and I'm humbled.


Jeff Nathan wrote:
> Well, between posting a link to a 9 year old picture and having
> nothing to say in response to how you chose to follow up on this sort
> of issue, you've definitely displayed some maturity.  I'm glad we had
> the opportunity for me to call you out and for you to completely fail
> to respond.  This has reached a point where I can bit bucket the
> conversation.
> Heck of a job, ghostie.
> -Jeff
> On Wed, Apr 14, 2010 at 4:19 PM, evilghost at ...3397...
> <evilghost at ...3397...> wrote:
>> Seriously Jeff?
>> http://www.securite.org/csw/core01/jeff-annemarie.jpg
>> Try wiping the spittle off your shirt next time you pose for a picture,
>> it gives you a little more credibility when talking about frail nerds
>> with sharp teeth.  You do get points for the stylish haircut, I find
>> myself oddly attracted to you.  Calling folks "childish" out of one side
>> of your mouth while out the other using terms like "asshat" really tends
>> to be oxymoronic.
>> -evilghost
>> Jeff Nathan wrote:
>>> Your ridiculous opinions have been noted.  Unfortunately, you're just
>>> one more frail computer nerd with sharp teeth, thin skin and a very
>>> limited ability to communicate your issues effectively and
>>> professionally.  You seem to prefer to throw temper tantrums like a
>>> child.  Therefore, you should expect to be treated like a child.
>>> As a paying customer, you can direct support requests to Sourcefire.
>>> That's what I do; I work for a paying customer too.
>>> $15,000/yr doesn't entitle you to be a douchebag, despite what you may think.
>>> -Jeff
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