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From: chris at cr-secure.net (chris)
Subject: no more public exploits

Heres my two cents :-/

Exploit code is better kept private.
Advisories should be public.

Why?

Because exploit code is not easy to write depending on the bug. And I 
for one sure dont want some 'penetration tester' taking my code and 
plugging it into his automated scanner and collecting the cash. Im far 
to greedy to watch that happen. Sorry.

NON-Disclosure of Exploit code.
Full-Disclosure of Advisories.

As far as the discussion of sysadmins patching on time or not. All I 
will say is this . . .  if they did patch on time there wouldnt be a 
www.zone-h.org.

- borg (ChrisR-)



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