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From: xbud at (Orlando)
Subject: iDEFENSE Security Advisory 10.02.2002: Net-SNMP DoS Vulnerability

My only question to these so called iDefense advisories is.   How the fuck do 
they qualifty as iDefense advisories when 'iDefense researchers' aren't 
finding these vulnerabilities? 

I would ask if iDefense researchers have any skill whatsoever or do they rely 
solely on the research they purchase from the shameless monkies selling their 
advisories, but I'm sure we all know the answer.
( no offense to the shameless monkies ) heh ;)

So to make a security company and call employees security 'professionals' all 
we have to do is affford to buy other people's work and sell it to companies 
who are in need of security?

What next blackmailing researchers?

Paying smaller software companies to write vulnerable software and let you 
disclose the vulnerabilities ?

On Wednesday 02 October 2002 02:14 pm, David Endler wrote:
> iDEFENSE Security Advisory 10.02.2002: Net-SNMP DoS Vulnerability
> 20:00 GMT, October 2, 2002

Orlando Padilla
'A woman drove me to drink and I didn't 
even have the courtesy to thank her' -wa

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