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Date: Fri, 13 Feb 2004 01:47:03 +0100
From: VĂ­ctor <>
To: <>
Subject: Re: W2K source "leaked"?

Check this out 

This seem the dir of the Windows source code, I dont know if it a hoax.

And here is a torrent where it seem to be the source

This is all the information I have until now


On Thu, 12 Feb 2004 13:59:22 -0800
<> wrote:

> This is not the first time that people have reported leaked copies of
> Windows source code. In 2000, Wired News reported that the source code
> for Whistler (now Windows XP) had been leaked, though they never
> confirmed it.
> WinBeta is also reporting on the new leak
> ry9449
> 0-day exploits being used on Microsofts network, foul play by privileged
> partners or a hoax? Let's see what Microsoft reports.
> Regards
> Thor Larholm
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> <> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Gadi Evron [] 
> Sent: Thursday, February 12, 2004 1:49 PM
> To:
> Cc:; Thor Larholm
> Subject: W2K source "leaked"?
> A couple of days ago a friend of mine drew my attention to the source 
> making rounds on the encrypted p2p networks, I was hoping it would take 
> a bit longer for it to be "out", but that was just day-dreaming.
> Thor Larholm just gave me this URL, as you can notice, the server is
> busy:
> I never believed in 0-days. "New" or more to the point 
> un-known-to-the-public exploits and vulnerabilities exist and are being 
> used.
> In my opinion "0-days" virtually don't exist. It's usually either some 
> vulnerability that is long known and a COP or a worm is created. Or 
> exploits that will nearly never see the "public" but exist and are used 
> by few individuals.. but now... I don't know.
> How often does a brand new exploit come out without prior warning and
> "attack" the net?
> *If* this really is the.. _real_ source code for W2K (and according to 
> the article NT4 as well).... we'll see what happens next.
> People didn't need help finding vulnerabilities in Windows before, but 
> it just became a whole lot easier and a lot less demanding on the "m4d 
> #4x0r 5k111z".
> I can't really say that the article is right and the source was "leaked"
> or "stolen". The source is being sold/given (?) for years now to EDU's 
> and commercial companies for research purposes (not to mention China..).
> I suppose foul play is always possible.
> Can anyone confirm this is the real source code? How about a press 
> release? :)
> 	Gadi Evron

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