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Date: Thu, 24 Jan 2013 19:59:53 +0100
From: Stefan Weimar <>
Subject: Re: Student expelled from Montreal college after
 finding vulnerability that compromised security of 250, 000


Am 24. Januar schrieb

> I've seen reference to a few more details on this - namely:
> 1) The kid, as part of his major, signed an ethics document.
> 2) He was either told or agreed to not run the scanner again.
> 3) He did so anyhow.

A better solution would have been to not do the steps 1 and 2 but make
an NDA ("Ok, we know and you know but that's enough by now.") instead.
I mean, some kind of responsible disclosure.

By proposing this "ethics document" it was the college being
unprofessional and not the kid.

Kind regards
make -it ./work

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