[Full-Disclosure] MS Anti Virus?
mvp at joeware.net
Mon Jun 21 16:32:58 BST 2004
> A boneheaded mistake. What can I say, it's been a long week.
> But I think I have a good understanding of the concepts behind
> designing and implementing secure software and avoiding the
> programming errors that lead to easy exploits.
Heh. And might I say those with benefit of hindsight will generally be
The rest of your email is so contradictory in so many spots not too mention
a trifle long I am not going to point anything in particular out except
> Truly draconian. And exceptionally bad for business.
This is exactly what you seem to be saying you want MS to do. Lock people
down and prevent them from doing what they could do before.
From: st3ng4h [mailto:st3ng4h at comcast.net]
Sent: Saturday, June 19, 2004 1:33 PM
Cc: full-disclosure at lists.netsys.com
Subject: Re: [Full-Disclosure] MS Anti Virus?
First, apologies to the list for the unintentional header forgery.
My correct address is st3ng4h at comcast.net, not rob at comcast.net. It is my
fault for configuring my SMTP forwarder in a hurry. A boneheaded mistake.
What can I say, it's been a long week.
On Fri, Jun 18, 2004 at 01:08:08PM -0400, joe wrote:
> Can users hook themselves up to the internet?
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