Re: [Full-Disclosure] SRT2003-11-02-0218 - NIPrint LPD-LPR Local Help API SYSTEM exploit
From: KF (dotslash_at_snosoft.com)
To: John Sage <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Wed, 05 Nov 2003 14:29:24 -0500
John Sage wrote:
>**sorry for the noise folks* *
um yeah I was trying to say sorry for those of you that do not care to
read information concerning someones browser issues... noise as in hey
I am sorry this is not security related. That is also why I stated to
direct comments off the list directly to me.
>The only goddamn noise here seems to be caused by the fact that you've
>posted exactly the same beta test of your l33t "..pdf based advisory
>release.." system six times.
Before you go attacking me I suggest you make yourself aware of the fact
that this happens quite frequently on these lists. It is NOT my fault
that the lists (bugtraq / FD / et all) get into mailing loops and
repeatedly forward mails that have already went out. If I recall
correctly I only have ONE copy of this mailing in my out box.
>2514 N Nov 04 KF ( 101) [Full-Disclosure] SRT2003-11-02-0115 - NI
>2515 N Nov 04 KF ( 101) [Full-Disclosure] SRT2003-11-02-0115 - NI
>2516 N Nov 04 dotslash@snosof ( 104) [Full-Disclosure] SRT2003-11-02-0115 - NI
>2518 N Nov 04 KF ( 100) [Full-Disclosure] SRT2003-11-02-0218 - NI
>2519 N Nov 04 KF ( 100) [Full-Disclosure] SRT2003-11-02-0218 - NI
>2520 N Nov 04 dotslash@snosof ( 103) [Full-Disclosure] SRT2003-11-02-0218 - NI
>Why don't you let us know about your innovation *after* you've got the
>bugs worked out?
Sorry you are having such an aggrivating day. If you can't handle
accidental cross posts etc I suggest you unsubscribe from the list.
sheesh... you can even try to be a nice guy these days with out getting
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