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Re: New open source Security Framework
From: xD 0x41 <secn3t () gmail com>
Date: Fri, 7 Oct 2011 06:36:51 +1100
it is more complex than i thought...
I do support open src, and am going to try and help the exploit pack, so, i
hope that the maker is reading all of this and making some adjustments
perhaps... alot of them actually.
I did not think it was as complex as it has shown to be, but it indeed is.
I am still abit worried though, of the actual NON free prouct, and then,
what if you add to that, and he adds it to his paid-fopr app, or worse,
doesnt even put it into the exploit-pack but, rather puts it into ONLY the
Being .py script based code, it really has potential but the author has to
get the GPL/lisencing in order and, make Insect pro and this product cleared
up,asin to where your exploit code goes, will it stay there, or will it be
added to his paid app... he could even be doing this, to get cheap exploits,
to indeed put into the paid app... it is another possiblility, but, i do see
he is putting in the hours, asin trying to make some changes to this app so
it does work... so, for now, it is in public.
On 7 October 2011 01:09, <Valdis.Kletnieks () vt edu> wrote:
On Wed, 05 Oct 2011 19:04:24 -0300, Juan Sacco said:
Exploit Pack is licensed GPL let me copy & paste the 4 freedoms. I hope
do it well this time.
Please note that one of the biggest complaints about the GPL is that it is
pretty much impossible to legally combine GPL code with code that has a
non-GPL-compatible license (which includes most proprietary code). So you
to be careful about the origins and licensing on each and every line of
that you include from other sources.
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Re: New open source Security Framework xD 0x41 (Oct 05)