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From: ben at algroup.co.uk (Ben Laurie)
Subject: iDEFENSE Security Advisory 10.02.2002: Net-SNMP
 DoS Vulnerability

Orlando wrote:
> 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 ;)

This is different from, say, CERT, how?

Cheers,

Ben.

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