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From: Fixer (fixergci.net)
Date: Tue Aug 07 2007 - 17:42:32 CDT
As far as the "moral/immoral" issue goes I don't think there's an easy
answer to that one.
Is it immoral to get paid for your effort? I don't think so. On the
other hand I don't think
I'd be really proud of myself if I sold a bug to someone and they turned
released a worm that exploited it. I think it depends on who you're
selling to and
why you're doing it. That having been said I should say that I've never
for any bugs I've found. Maybe I'm just old school.
Jared DeMott wrote:
> So, I've tried the vendor pay model for bug hunting and it wasn't always
> well received. Apparently auction sites and 3 party purchasers are
> fine, but some folks don't like the idea of selling directly to the
> vendor. I was thinking that this would be ideal since the vendor would
> have the most interest in knowing about/fixing the bug. My question to
> the list is this:
> Is it morally right, wrong, don't know, don't care, good business, bad
> business, etc.? Either way we're moving away from that model, but I was
> just curious how others on FD see it.
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