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300$ is more than 0$
From: don bailey <don.bailey () gmail com>
Date: Sat, 10 Nov 2007 14:49:02 -0700
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Ok, so the first person to disclose a Linux kernel
zero day exploit in the next week will get 300$ from
me direct into their favorite (legitimate) charity's
Ok, fuck it, let's make it 500$. I'm serious.
Ok, fuck it again. ANY kernel exploit for:
released publicly in the next week gets 500$
of my personal money into their favorite
charity's bank account. That's right, YOU
get to pick the charity. As long as it's
legit and the exploit is released before
midnight of November 16th, 2007.
Make your favorite (or least favorite) kernel
look bad while making your charity feel good!
500$ isn't a lot of money, sure. It's better than
making SNOsoft and iDefense look slightly more
elite, isn't it? I think so!
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- 300$ is more than 0$ don bailey (Nov 10)