|Subject:||Re: [Nano-devel] Vulnerability|
|Date:||Mon, 14 Jan 2013 12:26:46 +1100|
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Well, it is classified as a vulnerability, even if it is a very small one(DoS)
But I can't submit it until it's fixed.
But if it's nothing serious, and it's just a DoS, it doesn't really matter.
I'm just trying to make it so when you google my name, people don't find my previous Black Hat activities, which I've since changed.
And a CVE entry with like that would be great.
Once it's patched I'll email them.
Joshua Rogers - Retro Game Collector && IT Security SpecialistOn 14/01/13 05:01, Eitan Adler wrote:
On 13 January 2013 12:58, Mike Frysinger <address@hidden> wrote:On Sunday 13 January 2013 10:27:03 Eitan Adler wrote:On 13 January 2013 04:26, Joshua Rogers <address@hidden> wrote:No problem! If it is possible, could a CVE be assigned? If it's not a cmd execution, it could atleast be classed as a DoSTo get a CVE assigned email address@hidden with the name of the program, an explanation of the bug, and a link to the diff.random bugs that come up in nano dont really ned cves/etc imo. search the list and tracker -- ive posted many such reports and they arent security vulns.I was assuming there was a security issue here: I havn't had a chance to try this one out yet.
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