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Re: Deutsche Post Security Cup 2013
From: Alex <fd () daloo de>
Date: Thu, 21 Mar 2013 18:46:33 +0100



IMHO the goal here is not to find many vulns, it is to find none and
therefore "prove" that the product is secure. The E-POST product is
highly questioned in Germany, because it is sold as secure encrypted
email service, although the security is only between server and client.
The server unencrypts the mail and virus checks it or whatever else. I
think I don't need to comment any further, just corelate those two
facts. 

Alexander Georgiev 

On Wed, 20 Mar 2013 12:34:36 +0000 (GMT),
Hurgel Bumpf  wrote:  

Most of the subscribers are single individuals.
Why bother sending them a invitaton when 99.9% are rejected because they
dont have a "company" or a "big team". There a lot of valuable and
competent individuals out there which are rejected because of their team
size in the first place. Don't be so closed-minded, most freaks dont
have friends and/or a cr3w.  

Thanks 

Bonan the bavarian 

 VON:
"Juergen.Pabel () DeutschePost de" 
AN: full-disclosure () lists grok org uk

GESENDET: 10:24 Mittwoch, 20.März 2013
BETREFF: [Full-disclosure]
Deutsche Post Security Cup 2013

Dear all, 

as in 2010
(http://seclists.org/fulldisclosure/2010/Sep/318 [1]) we will be
conducting the Deutsche Post Security Cup this year again. 


Unfortunately, this year only participants from Germany are allowed to
the contest (because of legal complications if international
participants would be allowed to participate). I understand that most of
you on this list will thus not be able to participate, but due to the
lack of an equivalent german mailing list I opted for posting this here
as most german security researchers are also subscribers of this list.


More information about and the registration form (registration
deadline is March 31st) for the Security Cup 2013 can be found at
http://www.epost.de/securitycup [2] (in german only, sorry). 

Regards,

Jürgen Pabel 

JÜRGEN PABEL
Information Security Officer
E-POSTBRIEF

DEUTSCHE POST AG
Moltkestrasse 14 
53173
Bonn
Deutschland

Deutsche Post AG; Sitz Bonn; Registergericht Bonn; HRB
6792 
Deutsche Post AG; Sitz Bonn; Registergericht Bonn; HRB
6792
Vorstand: Dr. Frank Appel, Vorsitzender; Ken Allen, Roger Crook,
Bruce Edwards, Jürgen Gerdes, Lawrence Rosen, Angela
Titzrath
Vorsitzender des Aufsichtsrates: Prof. Dr. Wulf von
Schimmelmann 

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Jetzt
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[2]
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