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From: nodialtone at comcast.net (Byron Copeland)
Subject: Re: Advisory 03/2004: Multiple (13) Ethereal
	remote overflows

On Tue, 2004-03-23 at 19:20, Tobias Weisserth wrote:
> 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.
> 

Nothing against you Tobias, aber ich habe das was oben geshreibt ist,
nicht geschieben.  :)

Danke,

-byron

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