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Re: Exploit Brokering
From: don bailey <don.bailey () gmail com>
Date: Sat, 10 Nov 2007 14:44:03 -0700

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As far as I'm concerned this whole discussion is moot.

The fact is, SNOsoft can get snowed just as easy as any
other company. Nothing makes them magical and intelligent
enough not to get snowed and they can end up fucking over
the U.S.A.

However, people have a right to sell, give or horde their
own zero day as they please. If you write the code, it's
your right to do what you want. Who cares what Simon, jf
or my fat nuts say ;-)

The fact is, you are responsible for yourself. Listening
to some dumb-ass company tell you they're perfectly
responsible or listening to some community-leader/member
laying out a "plan" for responsibility is lame. Think
about yourself, your family and your country. Then make
your decision.

But, I still think that you should release zero-day
publicly then tell me where to donate my 300$.

300$ to your favorite charity for the first Linux kernel
zero day exploit! Isn't that better than making iDefense
look good?


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