Hutch lauds praise on game crackers
- From: Donkey <contact_nospam_donkey@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 05 Aug 2005 01:05:30 GMT
Hutch once called the crackers "The very best"
Assembler is the "spanner in the works" of the greedy corporate sector. There are some excellent technical works that have been contributed by many different authors in the area of assembler. The very best in this field are those who have honed their skills by cracking games and other commercial software.
This can be found in his frequent contributions to Fravia's RE page, a pursuit he seem to whole-heartedly support. Come Hutch when are you going to come clean and admit that you are personally responsible for turning these innocent youngsters to the "dark side"
It should be noted that the hacking and cracking activities of the fringe of computing is a different phenomenon to cracking games and commercial software protection schemes. The fringe play with fire when they attack security information and the like and complain when they get their fingers burnt. The attempt by the major software vendors to label the reverse engineering activities in the same class as the fringe is deliberate disinformation.
Shame on you, you once praised what you condemn f0dder for...
It comes as no surprise that the corporate sector is more interested in supressing this knowledge than they are in supressing the WAREZ sites that give away their software for free.
Time to give up the charade, your record is clear, you not only support hacking and cracking but you actually encourage it.
The following link demonstrates the hypocracy of Hutch.
In another article he tries to justify illegal cracking..
With the standard of documentation supplied by the OS vendor, data encryption and function "cracking" is part of the process of writing at the API level but most have suffered long and hard enough to know how to work this way.
Here he lauds praise on +ORC for his RE and cracking essays but attacks f0dder for more legitimate pursuits. What's wrong Hutch, isn't f0dder criminal enough for you to admire ?
The difference is that it is very difficult on The Internet for any power to effectively crush the transfer of knowledge. The movement start only a few years ago when the enigma identified as the +ORC started to publish a now famous set of essays on reverse engineering.
While some play at discovering the identity of the +ORC, a mind as incisive as the author of the essays that have been published will never be found. It finally does not matter whether the +ORC is an elderly university professor, an angry young man, the best bartender on the block or an insider in the corporate world of computing, the important thing is that the identity is protected to preserve the movement that has started from the essays.
Here's the link to the proof...
And yes Hutch, I do not make empty accustions based on non-existent data, I have provided the links to your unethical activities.