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Date: Fri, 6 May 2005 17:50:15 -0500
From: Kevin <kkadow@...il.com>
To: full-disclosure@...ts.grok.org.uk
Cc: Bugtraq@...urityfocus.com, vin@...world.com
Subject: Re: [SEC-1 LTD] RSA SecurID Web Agent Heap
	Overflow


> 29-02-2004  - Directly contacted RSA via all publc addresses,
>              worked with another securty consultancy in attempt to contact
>              RSA product security team.
>   04-2005  - RSA contacted via telephone

On the SEC-1 web site, they are listed as a "RSA SecurWorld Select
Partner", an honor they've held since at least 2002.  Is RSA so
unresponsive to security flaw reports that they do not respond even to
their "select partners"?

I just now noticed Gary Oleary-Steele's Full-Disclosure+Bugtraq posts
of 18-Mar-2005 looking for a RSA security contact.  I wish I would
have noticed them at the time, but I filter both lists so I only see
messages containing certain keywords (such as "SecurID"), and thus I
missed reading that post.

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