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Re: [Full-disclosure] How to Report a Security Vulnerability to Microsoft
From: Georgi Guninski (guninskiguninski.com)
Date: Thu Apr 28 2005 - 15:22:53 CDT
On Tue, Apr 26, 2005 at 06:11:01PM -0500, Kevin wrote:
> So I call this number, and after five minutes of sitting through IVR
> menus, I finally reach a live human. She asks for my name and phone
> number, and as soon as I mention that I am reporting a bug in Internet
> Explorer, says she will transfer my call.
> At that point I get fifteen seconds of music on hold, followed by dead
> air. That was a half hour ago.
according to http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,4149,1210067,00.asp
"Magic Number: 30 Billion" "Gates said that 5 percent of Windows machines
crash, on average, twice daily. ..... 24.5 million reports a day accumulate
in Redmond -- nearly 9 billion per year."
imagine you have 9 billion *free* crash reports -- will you be interested in
chatting about bugs on the phone?
which reminds me of the joke about the gynecologist after a hard day work and
the woman offering him to show him some parts of her body for a few bucks.
where do you want bill gates to go today?
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