[Full-Disclosure] Talk in #grsecurity
method at gentoo.org
Fri Mar 26 20:46:16 GMT 2004
I was there and the conversation most certainly happened, in fact you
can see when i joined in the pasted converstation.
The reason the conversation was posted is because this is full
disclosure where I assume at least the majority of people actually
believe in full disclosure and people keeping vulnerabilities secret
isn't exactly kosher. This in particular is what i'm refering to
[22:40] <BlackNet> how many do you have that's not released?
[22:41] <spender> 2 for exec-shield
[22:41] <spender> 3 for systrace
[22:41] <spender> 1 for DTE
[22:41] <spender> ~10 for LIDS
[22:42] <BlackNet> that's alot
[22:42] <spender> oh
[22:42] <spender> 3 i think for linsec
[22:43] <BlackNet> all of these are non-reported?
[22:43] <spender> correct
So I ask grsecurity fans, why would you run the software of someone no
better than the people trying to crack your machine? This is not
responsible behaviour and shows a clear disregard for security and
safety of others.
andrewg at d2.net.au wrote:
> The point of the previous post was to point out that people shouldn't
> believe anything posted until other people in the conversation agree that
> it happened and/or make a statement about it.
> --> http://www.angelfire.com/electronic/bodhidharma/mu.html
>>Just to let everyone know I am awaiting these exploits
>>to be released to the respected parties in due time or an apology for
>>falsifying these claims.
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