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Re: iiscan
From: Cody Robertson <cody () hawkhost com>
Date: Thu, 07 Jan 2010 10:51:14 -0500

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On 1/7/10 10:18 AM, auto454357 () hushmail com wrote:
So let me see if I got this the right way. 

You guys are allowing an unknown company to scan for your webapps, 
being those apps business critical or not. On top of that, the 
unknown company is based on a country where government supports 
acts of electronic espionage against other nations, mainly those 
where you guys are based.

Is this correct? or am I missing something?

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Call me cynical but unless you're trying to scan something that's
supposed to be private it's wide open anyway - who cares if you send
them a URL? They're fully capable of scraping URL's - having someone
simply submit it isn't really going to benefit them much.

You forgot the tin foil hat.
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