Re: IBM DB2 XML functions file creation vulnerabilities

From: Scott Brown <r_dot_scott_dot_brown_at_gmail_dot_com>
Date: Mon May 02 2005 - 10:56:42 CDT

Got it. "OVCML" wouldn't add any extra value except "security through
obscurity" (which everyone knows is valueless). From your own mouth. Case
closed.

On 5/2/05, JamBoi <jamboi@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
> Actually I've already agreed that the same Insecurity issues that we
> encounter in XML Tek will be present in a somewhat different form with
> our OVCML Tek, but like I've said it will eliminate the casual crackers
> and raise the bar so that only the serious paid Pirates of The Cartel
> will likely bother to try to hijack our data transport and kidnap our
> vote! There's plenty 'o value to this and that's why industry types
> make things purposely incompatible every single day! Its a common
> strategy and it makes sense in this case.
>
> JamBoi
>

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