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From: krahmer at suse.de (Sebastian Krahmer)
Subject: THCIISSLame exploit

On Thu, 22 Apr 2004, Feher Tamas wrote:

> Hello,
> 
> >THC is a hacker group, not a cracker group.
> 
> Publishing root exploit source code is free speech and is protected.
> 
> Publishing the binary is VX-ing and is criminal. That is very clear.
Wheres the V in "exploit"? Its maybe EXing...

> 
> BTW, AV software only alert on binaries. AV firm research labs refuse to 
> investigate malware in source code format, even if you send them a 
> sample of a brand new one.
> 
> To share knowledge with security researchers does not require 
> releasing binary executables, professional testers can compile the 
> source code for themselves. Avoid releasing binaries and you will not
I doubt that. At least it probably doesnt apply to 100%. What for is
impact?

regards,
Sebastian

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