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Date: Wed, 1 Aug 2012 10:47:41 -0700
From: Thor <>
To: Georgi Guninski <>
Cc: "" <>
Subject: Re: AxMan ActiveX fuzzing <== Memory Corruption

You misunderstand.  I wasn't "bitching" about anything.  I was simply noting the truth about how disclosure really works, what it is, and what it does.    I don't have any actual "position" about it one way or the other.  While I know it is fun for us to poke back and forth, don't let your predisposed attitude towards me cloud your interpretation of what I write.  I fully review everything you post with  an open mind (as I did with the GPG key issues) before replying.  

What exactly are you pointing out here?   I'm curious to know exactly what you think my stance was.  Just to be clear, I hope you understand that I could not care less if someone goes about FD.   I wouldn't care even if it were regarding a bug in my own tools.   I was all about "intent" not "action."

Seriously, what do you think I was saying?

Oh, and P.S.  I actually like the "satanic writer" bit - that made me LOL.  I think you (and many others) will be quite surprised to see what my next book is about.  Syngress and I have all but signed the contract.  Dare I say YOU may even buy it.  That's too much.  Dare I say YOU may even steal it of BT.  :)


On Aug 1, 2012, at 7:33 AM, Georgi Guninski wrote:

> Dear Thor, satanic writer, weasely
> The ubisoft bug in this thread hit Theregister.
> Won't you please bitch about "Responsible disclosure" again?

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