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Date: Thu Oct  6 06:09:37 2005
From: offtopic at mail.ru (offtopic)
Subject: Websites vulnerabilities disclosure

Hi List.
I need your opinion.
Recently I found multiply vulnerabilities in several sites. some sites behold to security-related firms but not software vendors. I'm trying to contact that companies under rfpolicy several times but don't receive any response on receive something like "what injection your talking about?". 

I want to know - is it "ethical" to use standard vulnerability disclosure policies to public websites? Which fird-party can't be user as coordinator, like CERT/CC? 
Or in other worlds - who should care about Web-sites security?
Thank you.

(c)oded by offtopic@...l.ru

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