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From: thorolf at grid.einherjar.de (Thorolf)
Subject: How much longer?

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Hi,

My presupposition ...

 - US located vendor must have backdoors "by inofficiale rules of
government"...

Isn't it?

Regards,
Rafal Lesniak

Ps. sorry for my poor english.

On Tue, 10 Feb 2004, Geoincidents wrote:

> This is a serious security issue imo
>
> http://www.eeye.com/html/Research/Upcoming/index.html
>
> I just saw this page for the first time today and I find this totally
> unacceptable behavior from a vendor. Where is the priority for root level
> exploits? Are you people comfortable knowing that a vendor has and *always
> will have* full backdoor access to all your Windows systems as long as we
> allow lag times like these?
>
> So the question is, how much longer is the security community going to
> tollerate this industry supported backdoor CRAP before getting back to full
> public disclosure with a 2 week warning for the vendor? Obviously force is
> required when dealing with slackers.
>
> Geo. (why haven't the news folks picked up on this for what it is, known
> backdoors to all Windows systems)
>
> Note to Marc from eeye, correct me if I'm wrong, most of these are backdoors
> right?
>
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