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From: labs at (iDefense Labs)
Subject: iDEFENSE Security Advisory 08.16.04: CVS Undocumented Flag Information Disclosure Vulnerability


We were aware that the vulnerability had been patched due to the work of
Sebastian Krahmer and yourself as this was mentioned by CVS during the
vendor disclosure process. We chose to proceed with the disclosure as it
did not appear that the CVE number for this issue had been
reserved/publicized or that specific details of this vulnerability had
been posted. We do not however wish to take credit from you for your

Michael Sutton


>> 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


 Stefan Esser
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