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Re: MSIE (mshtml.dll) OBJECT tag vulnerability
From: "Randal T. Rioux" <randy () procyonlabs com>
Date: Wed, 26 Apr 2006 18:20:32 -0400

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Tim Bilbro wrote:
You do a disservice to all IT shops by announcing these vulnerabilities
before contacting the vendor. 

I think lame inaccurate "blogging" causes more harm than research and
result dissemination.

Seriously - those who think full disclosure is bad should think a little
more. Would you be happy if all software were more like the Bush
administration? Secrets are the results of corruption. If you write
bad/insecure software and charge out the ass for it - you bet I'd want
it to work and be as secure as advertised.



Randal T. Rioux | Procyon Labs
IT Security R&D and Consulting
Virtual: www.procyonlabs.com
Physical: DC / Baltimore
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