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Pwnie awards

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Boy, am I glad we're not listed:

http://pwnie-awards.org/2008/awards.html
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Jul 27 '08 #1
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On 27 Jul, 02:03, a...@pythoncraft.com (Aahz) wrote:
Boy, am I glad we're not listed:

http://pwnie-awards.org/2008/awards.html
An amusing mention, though:

2008-03-03: Core sends proof-of-concept code written in Python.
2008-03-05: Vendor asks for compiler tools required to use the PoC
code.
2008-03-05: Core sends a link to http://www.python.org

http://pwnie-awards.org/2008/awards.html#lamestvendor

Paul
Jul 27 '08 #2

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Aahz skrev:
Boy, am I glad we're not listed:

http://pwnie-awards.org/2008/awards.html
Now, how on earth can Todd Davis get the "epic fail" award when the
entire US identity system relies on security by marginal obscurity?
Talk about blaming the messenger...

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Jul 27 '08 #3

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