Until last night, I had no idea how widely read my PHP: Hackers Paradise articles had spread. Turns out, you can read copies of the article in full (or close to full) on these sites:
But, on this sites you have to pay to get access to a full copy of the article:
This guy (http://www.joshuaz dot com/community/Downloads/48.aspx) added the RTF file to his site, but then suspected it may contain a virus (it doesn’t). I’m even in his most popular downloads list!
There are RTF and PDF versions floating around in lots of places, but it was amusing to see that I’d made it onto Astalavista (http://www.astalavista dot com/?section=directory&cmd=detail&id=1905) and the eDonkey network (http://www.poptopic dot net/file.php?hash1=98B77F35FDC1E338&hash2=133840719A7A5D4A&size=135895).
All the above is pretty low, but there is one guy who takes the cake. Greg Tampa decided to simply change the author name and post it to this site (www.hackercity dot com/read.html?postid=3438&replies=2&page=1). Classy.
Skimming through to the bottom of that page I noticed that Greg had decided to add a comment on his own post: “note this is copyrighted by me so u cant copy it!”.