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From: Joey Mengele (joey.mengelehushmail.com)
Date: Thu Sep 20 2007 - 17:34:03 CDT
Let's put aside for a minute the fact that you have no idea what
you are talking about and let's also, for the benefit of this very
valuable debate, assume your definition is correct. First, please
prove this bug was never used in the wild. After that, please prove
your credibility in the realm of defining words related to illegal
computer hacking. Thanks.
P.S. Talking about botnets doesn't count to satisfy part 1 OR part 2
"If today I stand here as a revolutionary, it is as a revolutionary
against the Revolution."
On Thu, 20 Sep 2007 11:29:22 -0400 Gadi Evron <gelinuxbox.org>
>Impressive vulnerability, new. Not a 0day.
>Not to start an argument again, but fact is, people stop calling
>everything a 0day unless it is, say WMF, ANI, etc. exploited in
>without being known.
>I don't like the mis-use of this buzzword.
>On Thu, 20 Sep 2007, pdp (architect) wrote:
>> I am closing the season with the following HIGH Risk
>> Adobe Acrobat/Reader PDF documents can be used to compromise
>> Windows box. Completely!!! Invisibly and unwillingly!!! All it
>> is to open a PDF document or stumble across a page which embeds
>> The issue is quite critical given the fact that PDF documents
>> the core of today's modern business. This and the fact that it
>> take a while for Adobe to fix their closed source product, are
>> reasons why I am not going to publish any POCs. You have to take
>> word for it. The POCs will be released when an update is
>> Adobe's representatives can contact me from the usual place. My
>> for you is not to open any PDF files (locally or remotely).
>> viewers might be vulnerable too. The issues was verified on
>> SP2 with the latest Adobe Reader 8.1, although previous versions
>> other setups are also affected.
>> A formal summary and conclusion of the GNUCITIZEN bug hunt to be
>> pdp (architect) | petko d. petkov
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