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Subject: RE: 7350reass (who's responsible)

<funkysh> k
<skyper> wasnt meant to go outside darknet ;)
<ler> heheh maybe we should let everyone run it
<skyper> no.. it will come back to us
<funkysh> i could post a half-assed analysis with warning
<skyper> yes
<skyper> that would be nice
<funkysh> btw, is there a genuine bug like that? :)
<ler> yes
<skyper> im afraid so ;)
<skyper> it isnt as easy to exploit as that trojan appeared
<skyper> a lot more work is involved
<skyper> and its still being perfected ;)
<funkysh> hm
<funkysh> all BSD?
<skyper> yes but only openbsd has been worked on now
<skyper> openbsd also has a pf bug
<funkysh> of?
<funkysh> pf*
<skyper> yes

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