Germany, Spring 2002, Germany's best H/P/A Group The Hacker's
Choice fused with the security experts of Team Teso. Together
these two leading groups in the field of progressive security research
will from the tTeHsCo group.
Both websites thc.org and team-teso.org will fuse to the new
domain ttehsco.eu once the .eu
top level domain is available to the public.
"It all started way back in winter 2000" says Teso spokesman
Scut "after a nocturnal booze-up in Berlin, we started thinking
about joining these big old guys at THC.". And Van Hauser,
president of THC, adds "In fact in winter 2000 the secret THC-Teso
conspiration Furz was
founded. The rest of THC didn't know
about the things going on in Berlin."
In winter 2000 the
Furz conspiration organized several internal meetings in Berlin/Germany in
order to discuss the future of THC and Teso. Under the leadership of
Plasmoid and Wilkins THC invited Teso spokesman
Scut and the technical director of Teso Hendy into a bar
"We knew that it'd be hard, but some beers helped getting us together" says
Wilkins "Hendy and Scut expressed sympathy and deep interest in the
work of THC, but we were already thinking about the big fusion".
The secret operation of the Furz conspiration finally got public on HAL2001,
again a big booze-up helped joining forces. At the famous THC "laptop" party
the first concrete details of the fusion were discussed.
And those of both groups that weren't convinced at that time slightly accepted
the new route that both groups would go.
For our website visitors, both THC and Teso visitors, the fusion offers
more information, content, releases and papers. The new site will feature
the famous THC quiz and forum, but also all new and old advisories published
by Team Teso. Within a few weeks the fusion will breed new interesting projects
and releases. Expect everything, the world is changing.
"I am so surprised, I just joined THC and now I am member of an even
bigger group" says DJ RevMoon, one of the THC newbee members.
"An amazing challenge for all of us. A lot of work to do." warns Typo
"... more people require more coordination. We first have to prove the power