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Re: rules of engagement scope
From: Dotzero <dotzero () gmail com>
Date: Mon, 15 May 2006 09:59:24 -0400

On 5/13/06, Morning Wood <se_cur_ity () hotmail com> wrote:

defining the scope ( or ROE ) with your customer prior to pentesting is very
critical, and can encompas a wide range of "what is allowed". IMHO a
pen-test should be just that, a no-holds-barred all out attempt to
circumvent applied security measures at all costs.


Well then, let's break out the Barrett rifles and the armored humvees
and assault the datacenter. After all, physical security is one of the
logical domains that can be tested. Better yet, let's nuke the
datacenter for a DOS. After all, no holds barred......

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