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From: nodialtone at comcast.net (Byron Copeland)
Subject: AW: no more public exploits

On Tue, 2004-04-27 at 14:06, Baum, Stefan wrote:
> IMHO, no sysadmin taking his work seriously, will wait patching the systems
> until an exploit is available throughout the internet.
> 

That may be the case with a handful.  But MOST sysadmins that do take
their work seriously DON'T fire for effect 6 rounds on production
servers every time a patch bundle is released immediately.  Sometimes
the testing/verification window overlaps with exploits being publicized.

> Stefan
> (I AM A SYSADMIN)
> 

Oh, O.K.
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