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Re: [Full-Disclosure] Gmail Information Disclosure Vulnerability
From: Maarten (fulldiscultratux.org)
Date: Mon Jul 05 2004 - 13:55:12 CDT
On Monday 05 July 2004 18:00, System Outage wrote:
> If it's about posting advisories, why do many decide to post the exploit
> along with the advisory. To me this is not a responsible thing to do.
> Whoever knows how many script kiddies are sleeping on this list and taking
> advantage of the free exploit giveaway's seen here.
Can we please not have this discussion again ? Even IF you have a valid
point, this list was conceived to include PoC code, despite the possible evil
consequences. Read the list archives for lots more discussion on this.
> 10 days isn't an awful long time and the vendor never made primary contact
> with the user in question. Meaning, for whatever reason the e-mail may not
> have been delivered and because of this the Gmail Team could easily of been
> caught short on this issue and a serious hole exposed to the public, before
> the vendor (Gmail) has had a chance to scramble together an incident
> response and get the hole patched out, before a serious number of account's
> become compromised on the service.
Ten days is more than enough for them to answer "Yes we received your mail /
Yes we're looking into it, it will take some time before we have an update."
Maybe not for microsoft, but what can you do when you receive no reply at all?
And if the email actually did not reach them, all the more reason to post to
this list. How else do you suggest that people become aware of an issue?
Besides, the hole isn't that serious, so where's the fire anyway ?
Yes of course I'm sure it's the red cable. I guarante[^%!/+)F#0c|'NO CARRIER
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