Vulnerabilities


#21

You know what? Sometimes it’s OK to embrace our vulnerabilities.


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#36

South Korean military doesn’t have clue? Old news.

Newsgroups: news.admin.net-abuse.email
Subject: Re: Spam from the Korean Navy HQ Firewall for Russian women
Date: Sun, 9 Jun 2002 11:44:49 -0400
Organization: Sandor Arbitration Intelligence at the Zoo

Okay, Yet Another Open Proxy Server (YAOPS?) from Korea (YAOPS FK!).
But check this out:

Received: from firewall.navy.go.kr ([210.104.44.66])
by tomts12-srv.bellnexxia.net
(InterMail vM.5.01.04.19 201-253-122-122-119-20020516) with
ESMTP id 20020609011230.OFNJ5912.tomts12-srv.bellnexxia.net@firewall.navy.go.kr>;
Sat, 8 Jun 2002 21:12:30 -0400
Date: Sun, 9 Jun 2002 10:12:34 +0900 (KST)
Subject: Russian Women looking for Western Men

inetnum: 210.104.44.0 - 210.104.44.255
netname: HQNAVY-KR
descr: Head Quarters of R.O.K Navy
descr: P.O.Box501-250 bunamri dumamyeon nonsansi
descr: CHUNGNAM

THE FSCKING KOREAN NAVY HQ FIREWALL?!?!

I think the text in their P.O. must mean “Nonsensical Dumb-Bunnies” or
something.

Okay, I’m talking to myself, but you would too. I FYIed abuse and
postmaster at navy.go.kr. Abuse didn’t exist. Postmaster told me that
there was a delivery failure delivering to postmaster. So I dug into
Korean whois, and found the contact for admin/technical. That came back
“Your message was not delivered because the return address was refused.”

AAARRGH! iuiulohyuo (effect of repeatedly banging head on keyboard) I
wash my hands of the problem. I wash my hands of all of Korea! There’s
nothing that can be done, the whole country is living in … The Clueless
Zone.

If North Korea could ever get their C64 on the internet, they could root
the whole of South Korea in days.


#37

So, tradition?


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