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Re: MSIE (mshtml.dll) OBJECT tag vulnerability
From: <0x80 () hush ai>
Date: Fri, 28 Apr 2006 00:57:47 -0700
Blah blah blah... shut the fuck up whiner.
Mr. C.I.S.S.P... Mr. M.C.S.E
What the fuck do you know about working with vendors and
vulnerabilities? Jack and shit.. that is what you know.
You want a service.. then fuckin pay for it newb.
On Wed, 26 Apr 2006 08:06:09 -0700 Tim Bilbro
<trbilbro () verizon net> wrote:
You do a disservice to all IT shops by announcing these
before contacting the vendor. I am sure it would not generate as
web traffic to your site, but it is only fair and right to allow
least some amount of time for the vendor to respond. If you think
are helping, you are wrong. Would you go around town checking
stores are unlocked at night and then publish the list in the news
before letting the shop owners know? That's pretty much what you
doing. It's just not helping. There is no proof that it is either.
Information Security Specialist
trbilbro () verizon net
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Re: MSIE (mshtml.dll) OBJECT tag vulnerability meta security (Apr 27)
RE: MSIE (mshtml.dll) OBJECT tag vulnerability Tim Bilbro (Apr 27)
Re: MSIE (mshtml.dll) OBJECT tag vulnerability 0x80 (Apr 28)
Re: MSIE (mshtml.dll) OBJECT tag vulnerability 0x80 (Apr 30)
- Re: MSIE (mshtml.dll) OBJECT tag vulnerability, (continued)