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RE: [Full-Disclosure] Advisory 02/2004: Trillian remote overflows-> maybe this is off-topic, but...
From: Aditya, ALD [Aditya Lalit Deshmukh] (aditya.deshmukhonline.gateway.technolabs.net)
Date: Thu Feb 26 2004 - 19:14:13 CST
> No, you're free to reverse engineer Trillian (they might sue you,
> Everything is "open source" if you know assembler.
sue you ? for what ? for finding bugs in their code that they should have done themselves ? they should be grateful to you and be paying you for your time and talents because you helped them to protect thier coustomers from this bug that you discovred
- hey got nothing against Trillian, is a very good program and use the freeware version plenty of times. and these statements were just about the software industry in general and the attitude of the corporations towards the bug finders with a debugger like softice ;)
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