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Re: Full-disclosure Digest, Vol 11, Issue 59
From: PCSC Information Services <info () pcsage biz>
Date: Wed, 25 Jan 2006 18:46:37 -0500
While I hate to burst your bubble c0ntex, TPM and its implementation
is entirely ON topic for Full Disclosure. Perhaps it's just out of
Please see the charter...
The list was created on 9th July 2002 by Len Rose, and is primarily
concerned with security issues and their discussion. The list is
administered by John Cartwright.
It's a reasonable request to have some disclosure on this issue as it
has vulnerabilities that are no doubt undisclosed. Perhaps you might
see this from the infosec side of cryptography and cert chains that
it represents. Thanks in advance for
rtfm. If you wish to further discuss this, I'm available for email,
so as to not sully this list with our disagreement, and your
PCSC Information Services
On 25-Jan-06, at 5:45 PM, full-disclosure-request () lists grok org uk
Date: Wed, 25 Jan 2006 20:11:35 +0000
From: c0ntex <c0ntexb () gmail com>
Subject: Re: [OT] Re: [Full-disclosure] can a brother get some
To: full-disclosure () lists grok org uk
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Well, since Scott, Kevin and Tim seem to be feeling rather lame and
messing around with newsgroup etiquette, please note that this crap is
all off topic here.
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