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From: kenng at (Ng, Kenneth (US))
Subject: The new Microsoft math:  1 patch for 14 vul
	nerabilities, MS04-011

Here is the difference: eEye reports the problems to Microsoft.  Truely evil
guys use the exploits to break into banks and keep very quite about the

-----Original Message-----
[]On Behalf Of Dkr. Armand
Sent: Thursday, April 15, 2004 9:04 AM
Subject: Re: [Full-Disclosure] The new Microsoft math: 1 patch for 14
vulnerabilities, MS04-011

Edward W. Ray wrote:

> If you are confident that no one else will discover those 
> vulnerabilities the next time that MS waits to provide a solution, I
> wish you good luck

These OSes have been around for years, running in hostile labs by evil 
geniuses, and the source code has been examined by admitted Communists 
and monarchists alike. :/ It's naive to assume eEye is the first on the 
scene. (Or paranoid to assume otherwise?)

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