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From: jsage at (John Sage)
Subject: re: openssh exploit code?

On Mon, Oct 20, 2003 at 03:17:42AM -0400, S . f . Stover wrote:
> On 20 Oct 03 03:28:02AM[] wrote:

/* snip */

> BTW, I thought "whitehat" implied
> non-disclosure, which isn't really the direction I'm coming from.

/* snip */

Nothing of the sort.

In fact, whitehats and blackhats often perform exactly the same tasks
at the keyboard while doing research, and use the same tools.

It's just the ulitmate purpose to which the research is put that

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