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[Dailydave] Another anonymized posting. I need a real way to do this. Note: I don't write anonymized postings, I just resend them to the list and delete the originals.
From: Dave Aitel (daveimmunitysec.com)
Date: Wed Jun 09 2004 - 17:27:47 CDT
Anonymous Coward wrote:
> If you're killing bugs for fame (or because you used to be a hacker,
and decided to do your part to ruin that wonderful experience for
today's youth -
You don't think that with the wealth of information now available on
finding and exploiting holes, it shouldn't be a little harder? Or
perhaps you're just pouting that all your good exploits are being made
> If you're killing bugs as a legitimate effort to make something
secure, you need to realize that unless you can stand behind your
releases and say that "this software is now secure" you aren't doing
There's nothing in-between? There's no level of saf-er? No MORE
secure? It should be 100% secure, otherwise we might as well leave the
blackhats to have their fun?
No, killing off a bug that people were supposedly using to break into
CVS repositories is reward enough. Go find a new one and start over.
It's not the good-old-days any more. You'll have to work a little
harder than that. Remember: Blackhats find more holes before 9 AM than
most whitehats do all day, so what's your complaint?