Re: [Full-Disclosure] Windows 2000 Source Leak Verified. Get ready for the havoc.
Date: 02/15/04

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    To: Lee <>
    Date: Sun, 15 Feb 2004 17:57:59 -0500

    On Sat, 14 Feb 2004 16:42:39 GMT, Lee <> said:
    > again its 1/100 of standardd MS code for a OS, lets get a grip please... and
    > I think I see the company who let the source get loose come out and say

    Most earlier estimates of the Win2K source were about 45M lines of code (I think
    the "40 gig" being tossed around is the size of the source-control-system database).
    And I've seen the number 12.5M lines of code escaped. That's closer to 1/3 than
    to 1/100.

    And remember that there's a synergistic effect - when you have THAT big of a chunk
    of the source, you can start making a lot more educated guesses about what the
    other 2/3 are...


    Full-Disclosure - We believe in it.

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