Maybe some one should think about archiving this.
A good job for; https://www.archiveteam.org/
Obviously it isn't a replacement for having the list but at least the information can be retained. I would appreciate if others can pin it as well to spread the failure domain.
Sometimes you need to do what the powerful call wrong in order to make something right. This idea grew, until a tiny army of little newbie black hats came forth, incompetently causing mischief on the net. This scared executives enough that infosec eventually became a thing. At first we were all just nerdy degenerates getting wasted in a shitty hotel in Las Vegas. And now those degenerates are working in the White House.
Fuck Symantec, and Long Live the 0-day.
Back in the day I followed BugTraq, vendor-sec, and Full-Disclosure and between the three of them was never really caught by surprise.
It was fun downloading exploits and popping the departmental servers in the 90s.
It was really popular back in the days
You will be missed. Thanks for all the fun times.