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Re: Persistent XSS and CSRF on network appliance [subject corrected :) ]
From: coderman <coderman () gmail com>
Date: Wed, 27 Jun 2007 16:21:48 -0700
On 6/27/07, Dr. Neal Krawetz PhD <neal () krawetz org> wrote:
We heard you the first time, gobbles aka n3td3v.
the ruse has died since jt5944 spoiled the fun. ~_~;
try forging the hush.mac.com addr? oh well, i myself would avoid this
list after equating full disclosure with extortion and terrorism* like
the good doctor did so succinctly in his last response to this fine
alas, now even your facade is insufficient proxy for mockery. dear
Dr. Neal Krawetz, PhD., we know you are listening; why have you
* Apr 18 2007 - UK ISP threatens security researcher
Let's keep in mind that publishing most security information borders
extortion. There isn't any other industry where fat nerds try to
strongarm large corporations...
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Re: Persistent XSS and CSRF on network appliance [subject corrected :) ] jt5944-27a (Jun 28)