2006 SourceForge.net Community Choice Awards

Just found out yesterday (by accident, go figure) that Anonym.OS is nominated to be nominated for the 2006 SourceForge.net Community Choice Awards! Woot!

If you’ve downloaded, used and enjoyed Anonym.OS (or haven’t, but love the idea), please take a few moments to go to the SourceForge page and vote for us in the Security category! Nominations close today, so please take a few minutes to go there now!

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4 Responses to “2006 SourceForge.net Community Choice Awards”

  1. Chris Mansfield Says:

    Love the OS, excellent tool, great build, haven’t had any issues. Was good to find you again, had wondered was up with you these days. I attended one of your Verisign, Hacking and Countermeasure courses, in Boston, a few years ago, Feb 2001 I believe. Had always been impressed with your knowledge, glad to see you are still out there working it for us.

    Thanks

    Chris

  2. 盐雾试验箱 Says:

    good

  3. Paranoid Says:

    Dr.kaos,

    Someone brought up on slashdot the point of how do we trust anonym.OS if we can’t see the source?

    My heirarchy of trust for software:
    1) I wrote it myself.
    2) Someone I trust wrote it himself.
    3) Open source and I have personally reviewed the code.
    4) Open source and someone I trust has personally reviewed the code.
    5) Open source - and theoretically there is or could be peer review.
    6) Closed source.

    As far as I can see, Anonym.OS is still at the bottom rung, even though it says all the right things. When do we see the source?

  4. cassandra Says:

    this is a nice blog about security it is the most amazing i had encountered so far
    very informative especially for me who is a novice in the techie world…

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