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Re: Re: "Ticken" web attacks? Nov 17 2006 07:30PM
bucklerk dsinc com (2 replies)
Re: Re: "Ticken" web attacks? Nov 20 2006 10:35AM
K.M. Jeary (kmj1000 ucs cam ac uk) (2 replies)
Re: "Ticken" web attacks? Nov 20 2006 08:19PM
Valdis Kletnieks vt edu
On Mon, 20 Nov 2006 10:35:54 GMT, "K.M. Jeary" said:
> If you follow the dictionary link further elsewhere you will find that
> ticken is a cognate of "tick" or "ticking" which is elsewhere defined as a
> textile mattress covering [sometimes blue and white] which seems to be
> nineteenth century in usage. So assuming a literate hacker, a reference to
> the site's "wrapper"?

You're rashly assuming the author is a native English speaker. Or that it's
even an actual word (or derivative thereof). I know of a cat that was named
Miz Moppet originally, but got renamed 'Nockie' because her favorite human was
about a year old and still speech-challenged.

Remember - Biff was somebody's dog's name originally.

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[ reply ]
Re: "Ticken" web attacks? Nov 20 2006 07:38PM
Radu Oprisan (radu securesystems ro)
Re: Re: "Ticken" web attacks? Nov 19 2006 09:15AM
Dude VanWinkle (dudevanwinkle gmail com)


 

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