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From: s.esser at (Stefan Esser)
Subject: iDEFENSE Security Advisory 08.16.04: CVS Undocumented Flag Information Disclosure Vulnerability


> This issue was patched in the latest (June 9th) releases of CVS,
> specifically 1.11.17 & 1.12.9.

well guess WHY it was fixed... maybe because it was found and 
reported by Sebastian Krahmer back ub May?

> An anonymous contributor is credited with discovering this
> vulnerability.
> Get paid for vulnerability research

The bug was officially fixed with the last releases because it was
already found at that time by Sebastian Krahmer. So I suggest that you
ask him for his bank account.

It is quite funny that this is the 3rd (or maybe 4th) incident I know
off, where you pay people for vulnerabilities that were already found
and reported by others.

Stefan Esser


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