Re: [Full-disclosure] IE7 Zero Day

On Thu, 04 May 2006 16:46:28 PDT, 0x80@xxxxxxx said:
Highest bidder that can convince me that you will actually pay

As a spectator, I wonder who's going to bid on it, and how much, without any
clues as to what exactly the extent is (crash, code execution as user, code
exec as system, etc), or even any proof you have the goods.. ;)

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