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This is essentially the same argument that comes up with full disclosure. Yes, it's not pretty. Yes, it causes a lot of collateral damage. But it also makes the big players patch things up faster, while letting the knowledge out to the public, which of course consists of not only the script kiddies, but also the unsuspecting legitimate users.



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