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From: kenng at (Ng, Kenneth (US))
Subject: no more public exploits

I agree, tis a shame.  So many places I know that refuse to patch until
someone can show them an actual exploit that goes crashing through their
defenses.  After all, "we have a firewall in place".  After all,
"...Microsoft (or insert almost any other vendor) says they are secure".
After all, "why would someone hack us?".  Unfortunately they don't realize
that just because I don't have a tool that will do this doesn't mean that
someone out on the net doesn't.

-----Original Message-----
[]On Behalf Of Yabby
Sent: Tuesday, April 27, 2004 1:06 PM
To: johnny cyberpunk;
Subject: Re: [Full-Disclosure] no more public exploits

Even though I think that the publication of your code might have been a
couple of weeks too soon: too bad you chose to abandon full disclosure. A
lot of people do not have the skills to transform theoretical
vulnerabilities into practical exploits. With the lack of proof that the
vulnerability can really be exploited, a lot of sysadmins will decide not to
patch, leaving the holes in tact for the real blackhats, that have
possession of the malicious code anyway....


> this is an anouncement that i personally have no more intention to publish
> any

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