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From: mxb285 at bham.ac.uk (Martin Bealby)
Subject: Exploit release

On Mon, 2004-04-05 at 01:05, J.A. Terranson wrote:

> 2 on the Troll-O-Meter.  Thanks for playing though.

Hey, I wasn't trying to troll. I was actually seriously thinking about
it. Being relatively new to the security scene I thought it was a valid
question. I know the list has degraded somewhat over the past few months
but you don't have to have a go at me just for asking a question. I
thought the full-disclosure list would be the most appropriate place to
ask this sort of question, as I know the majority of the people on this
list use sensible disclosure techniques such as RFPolicy. However, if
you go to a developer and say 'here is an exploit, you have X days to
fix it until I go public', couldn't this be twisted into some sort of
blackmail?

I'm just trying to think everything through before I start my own
research.

Cheers,
Martin
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