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Sunday, 01 December

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[ElectronicSouls] - Saying Sorry electronicsouls
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[Full-Disclosure] Fwd: Fwd: Your message to Full-disclosure awaits moderator approval electronicsouls
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[Full-Disclosure] Fwd: Fwd: Your message to Full-disclosure awaits moderator approval electronicsouls
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Re: Fwd: Fwd: Fwd: mixter info electronicsouls
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[ElectronicSouls] - LPD Exploit electronicsouls
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Fwd: [ElectronicSouls] - Saying Sorry electronicsouls
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Fights SynRak
Fights 2 SynRak
You have HushMail! electronicsouls
Re: Fwd: [ElectronicSouls] - Saying Sorry electronicsouls
[ElectronicSouls] - BMCW LOG electronicsouls
[ElectronicSouls] - Holidays electronicsouls
Re: Fwd: [ElectronicSouls] - Saying Sorry electronicsouls
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[ElectronicSouls] - Powerful Portscanner electronicsouls
[ElectronicSouls] - Rant electronicsouls
Fwd: [Full-Disclosure] Fwd: Fwd: Your message to Full-disclosure awaits moderator approval electronicsouls
[ElectronicSouls] - Teenage Pregnancy electronicsouls
[ElectronicSouls] - Child Pornography electronicsouls
Advisory: Webster HTTP Server Matthew Murphy
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[ElectronicSouls] - Full Disclosure electronicsouls
[ElectronicSouls] - Equal Rights electronicsouls
Fwd: [Full-Disclosure] Fwd: Fwd: Your message to Full-disclosure awaits moderator approval electronicsouls
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Re: Fwd: Fwd: go away electronicsouls
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Fwd: [Full-Disclosure] Fwd: Mailman results for Full-disclosure electronicsouls
Fwd: Re: Fwd: Fwd: Fwd: mixter info electronicsouls
Fwd: Fwd: [ElectronicSouls] - Scanner electronicsouls
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Administrivia Len Rose
Re: Administrivia Ron DuFresne
Awards?? Edgar Fitzgerald
[ElectronicSouls] - The Packetstorm is Brewing divineint
[ElectronicSouls] - Not Scriptkids divineint
[ElectronicSouls] - The Packetstorm is Brewing divineint
[ElectronicSouls] - The Packetstorm Is Brewing divineint
ddos tools and more divineint
[ElectronicSouls] - The War divineint
more ddos power divineint
Work divineint
FW: [ElectronicSouls] - The Packetstorm is Brewing divineint
FW: ScanMail Message: To Sender Match eManager setting and take action. divineint
FW: [ElectronicSouls] - Not Scriptkids divineint
Treaty divineint
Gordano Mail Server exploit (NTmail) Geoincidents
Administrivia Len Rose

Monday, 02 December

Re: [ElectronicSouls] - The Packetstorm is Brewing David Bernick
GLSA: pine Daniel Ahlberg
[SECURITY] [DSA 201-1] New Free/SWan packages fix denial of service debian-security-announce
ShopFactory shopping cart price manipulation Richard van den Berg
[VU#317417] Denial of Service condition in vxworks ftpd/3com nbx Michael S. Scheidell
[RHSA-2002:196-19] Updated xinetd packages fix denial of service vulnerability bugzilla

Tuesday, 03 December

MDKSA-2002:084 - Updated pine packages fix buffer overflow vulnerability Mandrake Linux Security Team
MDKSA-2002:085 - Updated WindowMaker packages fix buffer overflow vulnerability Mandrake Linux Security Team
ISS issues bug disclosure guidelines Richard M. Smith
Hacking competitions at RootWars.org Joe McCray
Re: ISS issues bug disclosure guidelines Georgi Guninski
[SECURITY] [DSA 202-1] New IM packages fix insecure temporary file creation debian-security-announce
Recommended by len Len Rose
Len Rose wanted to share this with you. Len Rose

Wednesday, 04 December

0day remote root BNC exploit poofie
Full disclosure war stories wanted Richard M. Smith
A friend has recommended this site len
A friend has recommended this site len
Administrivia Len Rose
[RHSA-2002:254-05] Updated Webalizer packages fix vulnerability bugzilla
[RHSA-2002:220-40] Updated KDE packages fix security issues bugzilla
SAP database local root via symlink KF
[SECURITY] [DSA 203-1] New smb2www packages fix arbitrary command execution debian-security-announce
Security Update: [CSSA-2002-054.0] Linux: exploitable memory leak in ypserv security
Security Update: [CSSA-2002-055.0] Linux: RPC XDR buffer overflow security
Multiple Vulnerabilities in BIND Name Service Daemon on IRIX SGI Security Coordinator
Re: ISS issues bug disclosure guidelines SynRak
Buffer Overflow Vulnerability in X Font Server on IRIX SGI Security Coordinator

Thursday, 05 December

Fw: Notes on MS02-068, extensive downplaying of severity Thor Larholm
[SECURITY] [DSA 204-1] New kdlibs packages fix arbitrary program execution debian-security-announce
Australia becomes a police state [serious] Silvio Cesare
BIND Name Server DNS Spoofing Vulnerability on IRIX SGI Security Coordinator
Samba Security Vulnerability on IRIX SGI Security Coordinator

Friday, 06 December

Re: Australia becomes a police state [serious] John
Security Industry Under Scrutiny: Part 3 sockz loves you
Re: Australia becomes a police state [serious] Grant Bayley
Security Update: [CSSA-2002-056.0] Linux: apache vulnerabilities in shared memory, DNS, and ApacheBench security
[Poor-Disclosure] batz
Re: Australia becomes a police state [serious] sockz loves you
RE: Security Industry Under Scrutiny: Part 3 Steve W. Manzuik
Re: Australia becomes a police state [serious] Silvio Cesare
Re: Australia becomes a police state [serious] Knud Erik Højgaard
RE: Australia becomes a police state [serious] Schmehl, Paul L
Re: [Poor-Disclosure] Steven M. Christey
Re: Australia becomes a police state [serious] John
RE: Security Industry Under Scrutiny: Part 3 sockz loves you
Re: Security Industry Under Scrutiny: Part 3 Silvio Cesare
Security Alert??? Bob Crockett
RE: Security Industry Under Scrutiny: Part 3 John . Airey
RE: Australia becomes a police state [serious] Alexander Bartolich
SuSE Security Announcement: OpenLDAP2 (SuSE-SA:2002:047) Sebastian Krahmer
Re: Australia becomes a police state [serious] Grant Bayley
Re: Australia becomes a police state [serious] Peter van den Heuvel
[SECURITY] [DSA 192-2] New html2ps packages correct fix against arbitrary code execution debian-security-announce
[SECURITY] [DSA 202-2] New IM packages correct hidden architecture dependency debian-security-announce
[Full-Disclosure] RE: Full-disclosure digest, Vol 1 #433 - 4 msgs Steve W. Manzuik
Re: Australia becomes a police state [serious] Kevin Spett
RE: Security Industry Under Scrutiny: Part 3 Richard M. Smith
RE: Security Alert??? Schmehl, Paul L
Re: Australia becomes a police state [serious] lists

Saturday, 07 December

UN support for "security by obscurity" Richard M. Smith
Security Update: [CSSA-2002-057.0] Linux: groff pic buffer overflow security
Re: UN support for "security by obscurity" Brian Hatch
a tool for windows users. Liu Die Yu
Re: UN support for "security by obscurity" Georgi Guninski
Re: UN support for "security by obscurity" Michal Zalewski
Microsoft: IE hole worse than reported Richard M. Smith
Re: UN support for "security by obscurity" Rick Updegrove
RE: UN support for "security by obscurity" Schmehl, Paul L

Sunday, 08 December

All politics is local, even in virtual communities. Bob Crockett
Re: UN support for "security by obscurity" Brian McWilliams
"security by obscurity" Berend-Jan Wever
Re: "security by obscurity" Niels Bakker
*Including* Security through obscurity measures is good. Brian Hatch

Monday, 09 December

VNC Man in the Middle Exploit Code SynRak
MDKSA-2002:082-1 - Updated python packages fix local arbitrary code execution vulnerability Mandrake Linux Security Team
Re: Proxy vulnerability in TrendMicro InterScan-VirusWall V3.6 - and 3.7 Build 1190 Dr. Peter Bieringer
List Charter John Cartwright
More background on the UN's information disclosure concerns Richard M. Smith
FW: "Scientific Openness and National Security," January 9, 2003 Richard M. Smith
(no subject) Geo
Re: "security by obscurity" Georgi Guninski
Re: More background on the UN's information disclosure concerns Ron DuFresne
[SecurityOffice] Enceladus Server Suite v3.9 Buffer Overflow Vulnerability Tamer Sahin
Re: VNC Man in the Middle Exploit Code petard
Re: "security by obscurity" Roland Postle
Security Update: [CSSA-2002-SCO.43] UnixWare 7.1.1 Open UNIX 8.0.0 : closed file descriptor race vulnerability security

Tuesday, 10 December

Re: Security Industry Under Scrutiny: Part 3 sockz loves you
cracking e-gold account is simple Liu Die Yu
Re: Security Industry Under Scrutiny: Part 3 David Howe
[RHSA-2002:246-18] Updated Canna packages fix vulnerabilities bugzilla
[RHSA-2002:229-10] Updated wget packages fix directory traversal bug bugzilla
Re: [RHSA-2002:246-18] Updated Canna packages fix vulnerabilities Georgi Guninski
[SECURITY] [DSA-205-1] gtetrinet buffer overflows debian-security-announce
[SECURITY] [DSA-206-1] tcpdump BGP decoding error debian-security-announce

Wednesday, 11 December

CORE-20021005: Vulnerability Report For Linksys Devices CORE Advisories
Security Update: [CSSA-2002-058.0] Linux: buffer overflow in nss_ldap DNS SRV security
Re: [Snort-sigs] kadmind exploit rules anakata
Re: Security Industry Under Scrutiny: Part 3 John
Re: Re: [Snort-sigs] kadmind exploit rules Knud Erik Højgaard
Re: [RHSA-2002:246-18] Updated Canna packages fix vulnerabilities Mark Cox
[SECURITY] [DSA 207-1] New tetex-lib packages fix arbitrary command execution debian-security-announce
Re: CORE-20021005: Vulnerability Report For Linksys AARG! Anonymous
Security Update: [CSSA-2002-SCO.44] UnixWare 7.1.1 Open UNIX 8.0.0 : uudecode performs inadequate checks on user-specified output files security
Re: CORE-20021005: Vulnerability Report For Li Nick FitzGerald
Denial of Service vulnerability in VisNetic Website Peter Kruse

Thursday, 12 December

MDKSA-2002:086 - Updated wget packages fix directory traversal vulnerability Mandrake Linux Security Team
PNG (Portable Network Graphics) Deflate Heap Corruption Vulnerability Marc Maiffret
Advisory 04/2002: Multiple MySQL vulnerabilities Stefan Esser
[SECURITY] [DSA 208-1] New Perl packages correct Safe handling debian-security-announce
[RHSA-2002:222-21] Updated apache, httpd, and mod_ssl packages available bugzilla
Some vim problems, yet still vim much better than windows Georgi Guninski
How often are IE security holes exploited? Richard M. Smith
RE: How often are IE security holes exploited? Schmehl, Paul L
[SECURITY] [DSA-209-1] two wget problems debian-security-announce
Re: How often are IE security holes exploited? Blue Boar
iDefense Security Advisory gobbles

Friday, 13 December

RE: How often are IE security holes exploited? Richard M. Smith
[SECURITY] [DSA-210-1] lynx CRLF injection debian-security-announce
RE: iDefense Security Advisory David Endler
Re: Some vim problems, yet still vim much better than windows David M. Wilson
Re: How often are IE security holes exploited? zeno
Re: How often are IE security holes exploited? Nick FitzGerald
RE: How often are IE security holes exploited? Nick FitzGerald
Re: Some vim problems, yet still vim much better than windows Florian Weimer
Re: Some vim problems, yet still vim much better than windows Georgi Guninski
Advisory 05/2002: Another Fetchmail Remote Vulnerability Stefan Esser
Re: How often are IE security holes exploited? gobbbles
Re: iDefense (Immunity Sec) Advisory Dave Aitel
RE: How often are IE security holes exploited? Schmehl, Paul L
[SECURITY] [DSA 211-1] New mICQ packages fix denial of service debian-security-announce
Re: How often are IE security holes exploited? Blue Boar
[ESA-20021213-033] Several MySQL vulnerabilities. EnGarde Secure Linux
Directory Traversal Vulnerability in FTP Client on IRIX SGI Security Coordinator
[ESA-20021213-033] Several MySQL vulnerabilities. EnGarde Secure Linux
RE: Security Industry Under Scrutiny #3 algernon
RE: Security Industry Under Scrutiny #3( addendum) algernon

Sunday, 15 December

sometimes i wonder about people Anthony LaMantia
GLSA: mysql Daniel Ahlberg
GLSA: fetchmail Daniel Ahlberg
GLSA: squirrelmail Daniel Ahlberg
GLSA: mysql Daniel Ahlberg

Monday, 16 December

Password Disclosure in Cryptainer K. K. Mookhey
PHP-Nuke code execution and XSS vulnerabilities Ulf Harnhammar
R7-0009: Vulnerabilities in SSH2 Implementations from Multiple Vendors Rapid 7 Security Advisories
GLSA: exim Daniel Ahlberg
Re: R7-0009: Vulnerabilities in SSH2 Implementations from Multiple Vendors Michal Zalewski
Re: R7-0009: Vulnerabilities in SSH2 Implementations from Multiple Vendors Chad Loder
Re: R7-0009: Vulnerabilities in SSH2 Implementations from Multiple Vendors Michal Zalewski
Re: R7-0009: Vulnerabilities in SSH2 Implementations Steven M. Christey
Trustworthy Computing Mini-Poll smcalearney
Re: Multiple vendors XML parser (and SOAP/WebServices server) Denial of Service attack using DTD Gregory Steuck
Captaris (Infinite) WebMail XSS Pedram Amini

Tuesday, 17 December

Re: R7-0009: Vulnerabilities in SSH2 Implementations from Multiple Vendors matt merhar
Re: R7-0009: Vulnerabilities in SSH2 Implementations from Multiple Vendors Knud Erik Højgaard
[RHSA-2002:293-09] Updated Fetchmail packages fix security vulnerability bugzilla
OT Reporting possible abuse without actual proof? Rick Updegrove
[RHSA-2002:228-11] Updated Net-SNMP packages fix security and other bugs bugzilla
Re: [VulnWatch] Password Disclosure in Cryptainer Kurt Seifried
RE: Multiple vendors XML parser (and SOAP/WebServices server) Den ial of Service attack using DTD Amit Klein
[SECURITY] [DSA-212-1] Multiple MySQL vulnerabilities debian-security-announce
RAZOR advisory: Linux 2.2.xx /proc/<pid>/mem mmap() vulnerability Michal Zalewski
Re: Multiple vendors XML parser (and SOAP/WebServices server) Denial of Service attack using DTD Gregory Steuck

Wednesday, 18 December

TCP/UDP Data Streams - Packet Reassembly Susan Chan Lee
Re: Trustworthy Computing Mini-Poll Simon Richter
MDKSA-2002:068-1 - Updated apache packages fix multiple vulnerabilities Mandrake Linux Security Team
MDKSA-2002:087 - Updated MySQL packages fix multiple vulnerabilities Mandrake Linux Security Team

Thursday, 19 December

A WiFi security tool I would like to see developed Richard M. Smith
Re: A WiFi security tool I would like to see developed matt merhar
RE: Trustworthy Computing Mini-Poll Andrew Thomas
[SECURITY] [DSA 213-1] New libpng packages fix buffer overflow debian-security-announce
iDEFENSE Security Advisory 12.19.02: Multiple Security Vulnerabilities in Common Unix Printing System (CUPS) iDEFENSE Labs
Re: A WiFi security tool I would like to see developed xbud
Re: A WiFi security tool I would like to see developed matt merhar
Re: A WiFi security tool I would like to see developed matt merhar
Trust vs Spoof in Advisories David Kennedy CISSP

Friday, 20 December

Security Update: [CSSA-2002-059.0] Linux: multiple vulnerabilities in BIND (CERT CA-2002-31) security
Re: Trustworthy Computing Mini-Poll Simon Richter
Re: Trustworthy Computing Mini-Poll yossarian
Format string and other vulnerabilities on win32 Andrew Thomas
[SecurityOffice] Polycom Video Conference System Management Server Authentication Bypass Vulnerability Tamer Sahin
Re: A WiFi security tool I would like to see developed Michael Scheidell
Cisco Security Advisory: Cisco Security Advisory: SSH Malformed Packet Vulnerabilities Cisco Systems Product Security Incident Response Team
PHP-Nuke mail CRLF Injection vulnerabilities Ulf Harnhammar
GLSA: perl Daniel Ahlberg
[SECURITY] [DSA 214-1] New kdentwork packages fix buffer overflows debian-security-announce
GLSA: wget Daniel Ahlberg
GLSA: canna Daniel Ahlberg
[RAZOR] Problems with mkstemp() Michal Zalewski
Re: Trustworthy Computing Mini-Poll Simon Richter
SuSE Security Announcement: cyrus-imapd (SuSE-SA:2002:048) Sebastian Krahmer
Re: Trustworthy Computing Mini-Poll Ron DuFresne
Re: Trustworthy Computing Mini-Poll Bruce Ediger
Re: Trustworthy Computing Mini-Poll yossarian
Re: Trustworthy Computing Mini-Poll Simon Richter

Saturday, 21 December

Re: iDEFENSE Security Advisory 12.19.02: Multiple Security Vulnerabilities in Common Unix Printing System (CUPS) Joe Testa

Sunday, 22 December

Re: Trustworthy Computing Mini-Poll Thomas Sjögren
Re: iDEFENSE Security Advisory 12.19.02: Multiple Security Vulnerabilities in Common Unix Printing System (CUPS) zen-parse
Re: Trustworthy Computing Mini-Poll Georgi Guninski
GLSA: kde-3.0.x Daniel Ahlberg
Re: Trustworthy Computing Mini-Poll Simon Richter
Re: Trustworthy Computing Mini-Poll Peter van den Heuvel
Matlab /tmp usage Paul Szabo

Monday, 23 December

[SECURITY] [DSA 215-1] New cyrus-imapd packages fix remote command execution debian-security-announce
Re: Trustworthy Computing Mini-Poll Bruce Ediger
Re: Trustworthy Computing Mini-Poll Georgi Guninski
iDEFENSE Security Advisory 12.23.02: Integer Overflow in pdftops iDEFENSE Labs

Tuesday, 24 December

[SECURITY] [DSA 216-1] New fetchmail packages fix buffer overflow debian-security-announce

Wednesday, 25 December

Free Flashn! gobbles

Friday, 27 December

[SECURITY] [DSA 217-1] New typespeed packages fix buffer overflow debian-security-announce
GLSA: cyrus-sasl Daniel Ahlberg
GLSA: cyrus-imapd Daniel Ahlberg

Saturday, 28 December

GLSA: openldap Daniel Ahlberg
RE: Free Flashn! David Vincent
Re: Trustworthy Computing Mini-Poll yossarian
PHRACK #60 HAS BEEN RELEASED PHRACK Staff

Sunday, 29 December

Re: Trustworthy Computing Mini-Poll Thomas Sjögren
GLSA: cups Daniel Ahlberg
OT: Scott Culp Georgi Guninski
Software Company Files Suit Over Vulnerability Disclosure Richard M. Smith
Re: OT: Scott Culp Tina Bird

Monday, 30 December

Re: PHRACK #60 HAS BEEN RELEASED sockz loves you
Potential DOS attack with Web-CyrAdm. Casper Aleva
OT: Scott Gulp backed . up . by . 2048 . bit . encryption
[Full-Disclosure] RE: Full-disclosure] Software Company Files Suit Over Vulnerability Disclosure Steve W. Manzuik
Re: Software Company Files Suit Over Vulnerability Disclosure backed . up . by . 2048 . bit . encryption
Re: Potential DOS attack with Web-CyrAdm. Ka
[SECURITY] [DSA 218-1] New bugzilla packages fix cross site scripting problem debian-security-announce
Wired.com: So Many Holes, So Few Hacks Richard M. Smith
RE: Free Flashn! David Vincent
Re: Wired.com: So Many Holes, So Few Hacks batz

Tuesday, 31 December

BlueBoar - 'Evil' Vendors Strike Back sockz loves you
[SECURITY] [DSA 219-1] New dhcpcd packages fix remote command execution vulnerability debian-security-announce
RE: BlueBoar - 'Evil' Vendors Strike Back Dehner, Benjamin T.
Re: BlueBoar - 'Evil' Vendors Strike Back Ka
Re: OT: Scott Culp Georgi Guninski
Re: BlueBoar - 'Evil' Vendors Strike Back Blue Boar
Re: BlueBoar - 'Evil' Vendors Strike Back sockz loves you
[PHC] anti-dmca.org news [PHC] phc
Re: Wired.com: So Many Holes, So Few Hacks Ken Dyke
Re: BlueBoar - 'Evil' Vendors Strike Back Rick Updegrove \(security\)
Re: BlueBoar - 'Evil' Vendors Strike Back Blue Boar
Re: Wired.com: So Many Holes, So Few Hacks batz
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