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RE: Gmail Information Disclosure Vulnerability
From: "Mark Laurence" <m.laurence () groveindependentschool co uk>
Date: Mon, 5 Jul 2004 15:13:28 +0100

"You have no respect for the Gmail Team, that's for sure."
Why would he? Respect is earned not given for free.
 
"It's about kiddies posting advisories and exploits for fun and little care
for the vendor(s)."
No the reason they are generally supposed to be posted AFAIK is so that the
secuirty concious user is aware and can take steps to prevent them from
being exploited. Granted reasonable steps should be taken to contact the
vendor, if they dont respond then what can one do?
 
Thanks
Mark
 


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From: full-disclosure-admin () lists netsys com
[mailto:full-disclosure-admin () lists netsys com] On Behalf Of System Outage
Sent: 05 July 2004 14:47
To: full-disclosure () lists netsys com
Subject: Re: [Full-disclosure] Gmail Information Disclosure Vulnerability


If it's not about respect then what is it about? 
 
 
 
I guess this list isn't about respect...
 
It's about kiddies posting advisories and exploits for fun and little care
for the vendor(s).
 
 
Cheerio
 

amforward () mailsurf com wrote:

System Outage wrote:

|The correct channel to post such "bugs" is the Gmail contact link for "bug 
|reports". 

I have already contacted Gmail about 10 days ago, but I have not received
any 
replies till this moment.

|If you had waited until the Gmail dev team declared gmail a public release,

|you would have gained more respect in the security community scene.

I don't think this is about respect afterall.

Regards,
Ahmed Motaz

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