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RE: "Ian Murdock" Death



If you’d of done your research (which you clearly haven’t) then you’d know that Ian was the founder and was not the leader of the organisation from 1998. Sorry but this isn’t a ‘real’ investigation. If it was you’d of done your research. Coming on to this mailing list and behaving the way you are is not appropriate. I suggest you take this to a more appropriate list because this isn’t it.





From: Kyle Lussier
Sent: 16 July 2016 14:38
To: Norbert Kiszka; debian-security@lists.debian.org
Cc: Kyle Lussier; Michael; Salvatore Bonaccorso
Subject: RE: "Ian Murdock" Death





Thank you for the questions and the responses.


  * This is a real investigation.


  * The messages are flagged with "CONFIDENTIAL" because it

    has legal and federal/international court significance to all

    recipients of the information and generates additional protections

    of such for people that abuse/misuse the information.


  * Congressional and other reviews related to information

    security, information classification, and the like is

    currently occurring.  It is possible this sort of thing

    may be added to core Internet infrastructure in the future

    along with new core data features.  It is also possible

    Debian may be reviewing these standards on an engineering

    basis to resolve a significant number of complicated

    privacy and legal problems that are occurring and causing

    great harm and misery to many people.


  * The name "Ian Murdock" does not initially appear to be

    present in any of the Wayback Engine's Archives of this

    page:  https://www.debian.org/intro/organization


  * Please review for yourself:




  * I have personally been a user of Debian for approximately

    15 years and developed an application called "AutoNOC"

    for which the history can be reviewed here and am now

    working on some new things now for which Debian is a




  * I am also currently reviewing all LSB distributions trying to

    identify the build that is the most secure, high-integrity,

    and trust-worthy.


  * As a result of new technologies, information in this message

    may, in the future, "cease to exist", as a result of new

    privacy and other technologies being debated.  The message

    is also submitted in this manner to spark related debate

    as to this sort of technology.


Can anyone explain why "Ian Murdock" appears to have "died in national

news by way of committing suicide after an alcohol and women fueled

event that led to an altercation with police"?


And why isn't his name listed in any of the leadership archives

on Wayback?


Thank you for your assistance in providing clear, accurate answers.





Dnia 2016-07-15, pią o godzinie 16:18 -0700, Kyle Lussier pisze:



> Hello Debian / Savatore -


> I am investigating the death of Ian Murdock and also a debian user.


> * Debian's core MIT distribution may have been compromised by

> "Ian" internally to get into one of our servers.


> * Can you confirm that "Ian Murdock" was the "ian" in debian?


> * Can you confirm that he is actually dead/committed suicide?


> * If not, did he fake his death? Perhaps after compromising

> servers intentionally and committing many felonies?


> The coroner and related PD have not responded however several

> federal agencies are aware of the issue.


> This is a very serious matter.


> Thank you for your assistance!


> Kyle



> -------- Original Message --------

> Subject: [SECURITY] [DSA 3620-1] pidgin security update

> From: Salvatore Bonaccorso <carnil@debian.org>

> Date: Fri, July 15, 2016 12:03 pm

> To: debian-security-announce@lists.debian.org



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> Debian Security Advisory DSA-3620-1 security@debian.org

> https://www.debian.org/security/ Salvatore Bonaccorso

> July 15, 2016 https://www.debian.org/security/faq

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> -------------------------------------------------------------------------


> Package : pidgin

> CVE ID : CVE-2016-2365 CVE-2016-2366 CVE-2016-2367 CVE-2016-2368

> CVE-2016-2369 CVE-2016-2370 CVE-2016-2371 CVE-2016-2372

> CVE-2016-2373 CVE-2016-2374 CVE-2016-2375 CVE-2016-2376

> CVE-2016-2377 CVE-2016-2378 CVE-2016-2380 CVE-2016-4323


> Yves Younan of Cisco Talos discovered several vulnerabilities in the

> MXit protocol support in pidgin, a multi-protocol instant messaging

> client. A remote attacker can take advantage of these flaws to cause a

> denial of service (application crash), overwrite files, information

> disclosure, or potentially to execute arbitrary code.


> For the stable distribution (jessie), these problems have been fixed

> in

> version 2.11.0-0+deb8u1.


> For the testing distribution (stretch), these problems have been fixed

> in version 2.11.0-1.


> For the unstable distribution (sid), these problems have been fixed in

> version 2.11.0-1.


> We recommend that you upgrade your pidgin packages.


> Further information about Debian Security Advisories, how to apply

> these updates to your system and frequently asked questions can be

> found at: https://www.debian.org/security/


> Mailing list: debian-security-announce@lists.debian.org


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