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rules of engagement scope
From: James Kelly <macubergeek () comcast net>
Date: Sat, 13 May 2006 09:34:51 -0400

I'd be curious to find out what the typical scoping is for a pen test rules of engagement agreement.

Do folks go with a "anything goes" or "no holds barred" approach?
What limits on ROE do people normally see in these types of agreements?

Jim



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