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From: scott at (Scott Taylor)
Subject: M$ puts bounty out for Blaster and Sobig

On Wed, 2003-11-05 at 08:02, Vic Vandal wrote:

> Maybe M$ should put out a bounty for reporting bugs in their
> crappy software without going public instead.  That might be
> more effective.
Yeah, right. People already *GIVE* microsoft information on
vulnerabilities found, and just they pretend it doesn't exist. Although,
if someone did actually talk them into paying for valid vulnerabilities,
I bet some accountant within their company would babysit their engineers
to ensure that billy's billions weren't spent for nothing. I doubt they
have ever patched their junk for a reason other than it being "bad PR"
not to.

Scott Taylor - <> 

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