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Re: Persistent XSS and CSRF and on network appliance
From: scott <redhowlingwolves () bellsouth net>
Date: Thu, 28 Jun 2007 00:40:37 -0400

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Even better ,if you push a hash on us,do tell whether it's a 0-day or a
known exploit.

Regards,
  Redhowlingwolves              
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Brian Eaton wrote:
On 6/27/07, bugtraq () cgisecurity net <bugtraq () cgisecurity net> wrote:
For the love of god people can we stop with the hashing already?

The hashes would be less annoying if they had an easily filtered subject line.

Let me suggest that anyone who wants to publish a hash of
vulnerability report on full disclosure include the string "MORH" in
the subject line, in honor of the "Month of Random Hashes" project.
Presumably anyone with enough of a clue to want to publish a hash of a
vulnerability disclosure also has enough of a clue to do so with a
standard subject line.

Cheers,
Brian

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