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On Sun, Aug 10, 2008 at 3:45 AM, Joel Jose <email@example.com> wrote:
> if fd is outlawed..
fd is not announcing existence of your sploit to the world, scant on detail, in some kind of white hat tease days, weeks, even months ahead of disclosure.
fd is dropping the bomb out of the blue on the unsuspecting.
you can't get an injunction against the unknown...
(the many factors supporting the decline of fd is a long political discourse for another day. the optimist would say this represents an improved vendor security awareness and increased responsibility of security researchers. the pessimist would say this underscores the filthy lucre to be claimed by selective disclosure to those lining the many pockets of researchers the world over. only n3td3v knows the truth... *cough*)