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From: ka at (Ka)
Subject: Recent exploit disclosure & iDEFENSE

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At Freitag, 4. Oktober 2002 19:04 wrote:
> Also do I not care much if iDEFENSE makes their millions with
> the exploits or gives them to the millitary.
> Fact is that I just got my $250 and laught with a bright smile to anyone
> of you.

Wasn't it their published company policy to pay a minimum 
of $1000,- for an exploit which is worth to be handled and
published at all?

It's great that they are no longer sooo terribly demanding.
Do you think, I could get $50,- for some slapper-worm 
improvements? That would be ten pizzas - I love pizza,
they help me to maintain my natural weight above 100 kg.

One has to think strategically, you know. .o)

It was a nice exploit, no personal offense intended.
I'm just wondering how commercial ads and commercial
reality are miles apart even in blackhat country.

- -- 
"It's the perfect time of day
to throw all your cares away"  Barenaked Ladies
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