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Date: Tue, 9 Jan 2007 01:02:15 -0500
From: "Stan Bubrouski" <>
To: Nicob <>
Cc: Bugtraq <>
Subject: Re: SAP Security Contact

In all fairness here, many companies have canned responses to
security@...tever and may never actually respond to a sender even if
action is being taken.  Looking for an actual person to assure
something has been recognized as a vulnerability and will be patched
is not unreasonable.


On 1/6/07, Nicob <> wrote:
> Le vendredi 05 janvier 2007, Thor (Hammer of God) a écrit :
> > Something like may seem obvious, but it's better if you
> > list specific contact info so it can be easily found.
> I don't want to be rude but :
> - security@...ain.tld is the only standardized security contact (as
> defined by RFC 2142)
> - googling would bring some results
> - this was already answered on the Full-Disclosure mailing list
> - the OSVDB Vendor Dictionary contains a record for SAP
> - even the SecurityFocus site has some references to this email
> address :
> Nicob

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