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Re: rules of engagement scope
From: Michael Sierchio <kudzu () tenebras com>
Date: Wed, 17 May 2006 15:36:29 -0700

Ivan Arce wrote:
Frankly I don't see what kind of logical reasoning leads from
defining the scope for a penetration test ex-ante to committing fraud,
maybe I need some rest to ponder about these things more seriously.

In some states in the US there is a cause for civil action
known as "fraud by exceeding the scope of consent".

As an individual consultant in this litigious society,
I want more than an affirmative defense, which may
bankrupt me even if I am found not at fault.


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