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From: hggdh at (hggdh)
Subject: Re: ANNOUNCE: SecLegal mailing list


TL> From: "Thor Larholm" <>
TL> To: <>
TL> Subject: ANNOUNCE: SecLegal mailing list
TL> Date: Fri, 9 Apr 2004 11:41:23 -0700

TL> There's often a lot of discussions on security mailing lists about the
TL> legality of security research, proof-of-concept exploits, penetration
TL> testing, war-driwing, reverse engineering, lack of vendor notification,
TL> patent issues, copy protection circumvention and much more. 

TL> Currently, France it outlawing any kind of security research:


TL> Back in January, the WebAppSec mailing list had a discussion about a
TL> patent from Sanctum that claimed to cover all forms of web application
TL> penetration testing:


TL> If you feel like discussiong the legal issues surrounding security
TL> research, I created a mailing list back then called SecLegal for this
TL> very purpose. To subscribe, either visit


TL> Or send a subscribe request to

TL> Regards

TL> Thor Larholm
TL> Senior Security Researcher
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TL> Newport Beach, CA 92660
TL> Phone: +1 (949) 231-8496
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