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Re: [Full-disclosure] New term "RDV" is born

From: Epic (epichack3r.com)
Date: Fri Sep 28 2007 - 10:59:30 CDT


How about SPB - (Stupid Pointless Bullshit)

The noise level on this list is pathetic anymore....

On 9/28/07, Troy <gimmespamgmail.com> wrote:
>
> Wouldn't UDV be more appropriate, for unpatched disclosed vulnerability?
> The "R" in RDV means recent. I wouldn't consider a two-month old, but still
> unpatched, vulnerability to be recent, so I wouldn't really be able to call
> it an RDV. I would, however, be able to call it a UDV.
>
> Another option would be EDV, for exploitable disclosed vulnerability, or
> even just UV or EV. Why do we need to bring up the point that it's
> disclosed? How could we be discussing an undisclosed vulnerability?
>
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