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ah the real problem is there is no good place to ask questions and not get flamed. it used to be that if you asked a question about SQLI (but really anything) and you weren’t qualifying that with some sort of “work” you got the “I’m not going to help you hack a site!” answer. now people “who are working on an assessment” cant ask a question “because now they should know better” to be working!
not disagreeing at all about your points. Its ok to be junior and to ask questions but if you sell services you should have someone that knows what is going on as a lead (and in charge) and to mentor the junior people to not to make stupid posts to mailing lists 🙂
All good points, and I agree that flaming is a big issue. I remember well posting questions on the Nessus mailing-list and getting flamed for stupid questions (although I tihnk that’s another problem, as it was a recent thing). I think the 2 points here are seperate however. Flaming n00bs is a bad thing, but somebody selling a service asking such a junior question brings us to the second problem.
We all ask stupid questions, that’s how we learn…. After all, my blog is 90% stupid questions and I’m learning 😉