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From: ib at clusterfsck.net (Isaak Bloodlore)
Subject: Recent exploit disclosure & iDEFENSE

Quoting zen-parse@....de (zen-parse@....de):

> I do not want to (re-)start the discussions about full
> disclosure and sellouts.

Well, it's neither. Full disclosure requires something to be
disclosed. If iD buys your stale stuff, you're a good salesman.

> I'm not employed by them but i fully support their goals:
> Buying exploits/0day/warez from hackers. It helps all of us!

Especially you and your bank account. How stale repetition of known
exploits helps the rest remains to be explained.

./ib

-- 
a=[8,16,20,29,78,65,2,14,26,12,12,28,71,114,12,13,12,82,72,21,17,4,10,2,95]
        a.each_with_index{|x,i| $><<(x^'Begin landing your troops'[i]).chr}

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