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maybe we should have a discussion on what a drug addled cock lover you are?
On Fri, Nov 7, 2008 at 10:48 AM, n3td3v <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Thursday, Microsoft announced two security bulletins for Tuesday.
> The advance notice is intended as a heads up for IT departments before
> Patch Tuesday, the company's monthly patch day. One bulletin is
> considered critical, the most serious ranking offered by the software
> giant, while the other is ranked important, the next most serious.
> The critical patch will affect XML Core Services in Windows and
> Microsoft Office. The important bulletin will affect only Windows. If
> exploited, Microsoft says the specific vulnerabilities addressed in
> these bulletins could cause remote code execution.
> i'm not sure this is a good idea as it gives a heads up to hackers.
> you may think its not long but its actually 5 days for a hacker to
> figure out potentially a vulnerability in said area. maybe we should
> have a discussion about the pros and cons of these microsoft heads up
> and what the reality of it is for the bad guys to be able to pin point
> and start exploiting a flaw in said area in a 5 day time frame. yours
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