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Re: Software Company Files Suit Over Vulnerability Disclosure
From: backed.up.by.2048.bit.encryption () hushmail com
Date: Sun, 29 Dec 2002 11:50:08 -0800
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Typical SANS tabloid smut. An ass reading the actual article can understand that their legal woes are absolutely
unrelated to 'vulnerability disclosure'.
If you can't see that. Fuck off and have some third-grader explain it to you.
From SANS NewsBites December 23, 2002:
Software Company Files Suit Over Vulnerability Disclosure
AutoProf.Com Inc., a New Hampshire software company, published a
white paper in July describing vulnerabilities in a tool from Florida
software company ScriptLogic Corp. ScriptLogic has filed a federal
lawsuit against AutoProf that accuses the Portsmouth-based company
of violating copyright laws and license agreements, and asks that the
company pay $75,000 in damages and recall their white paper. AutoProf
and ScriptLogic are competitors. The case underscores the need for
vulnerability disclosure guidelines.
The AutoProf White Paper can be found here:
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