[Full-disclosure] Microsoft Windows Help Centre Handles Malformed Escape Sequences Incorrectly
flamdugen at hotmail.com
Fri Jun 11 15:59:44 BST 2010
Consequently, in my humble opinion I think there should be less focus on the emotional interaction between Microsoft and Travis' findings. Of course it's easy for me to assert this; when I wake up in the morning I don't have the same challenges of wading through a soup of emotional fog and displacing the priority of actual vulnerabilities in favor of emotional interaction with Microsoft.
While it's fun to be a Microsoft apologist, and even more fun to be ruled by emotion, I would be ashamed to have published what Susan did. Even more shaming is the call to arms which you so eagerly answered only to appear as foolish as Susan herself.
It's hard to tell who the trolls are, perhaps Susan is indeed a troll, and decided to fork the conversation about actual vulnerabilities and security events and derail them by introducing drivel about interacting with Microsoft.
I believe this may be one of the disadvantages of an unmoderated list, perhaps it encourages or enables others to treat it like a social networking site.
Date: Fri, 11 Jun 2010 11:40:55 +0200
From: uuf6429 at gmail.com
To: jfranz at freerun.com
CC: full-disclosure at lists.grok.org.uk; bugtraq at securityfocus.com
Subject: Re: [Full-disclosure] Microsoft Windows Help Centre Handles Malformed Escape Sequences Incorrectly
In my humble opinion, he could have waited a couple more days just in case Microsoft decided to do the unprecedented.
In which case, I progressive change of policies at Microsoft are better than a couple of users getting hacked from pron sites...
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