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From: tobias at weisserth.de (Tobias Weisserth)
Subject: Re: Advisory 03/2004: Multiple (13) Ethereal
	remote overflows

Hi Byron,

Am Di, den 23.03.2004 schrieb Byron Sonne um 23:14:
> > Proof of Concept:
> >    e-matters is not going to release an exploit for any of these 
> >    vulnerabilities to the public. 
> 
> So why should we believe you then?

Nobody is forcing you to believe him. You may as well prove him wrong by
showing us that his findings are wrong. And if you want exploits, the
word about specific weak points is out. Write your own.

Another question: why shouldn't we believe Stefan? Because he doesn't
offer working exploits with things he discloses to this list? Please.
This is ridiculous.

regards,
Tobias W.

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