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It depends on whether someone wants to make something of it. The costs taken into account by the CFAA include the costs of investigating the incident and repairing any damage, and courts in the past have tended to accept pretty much any assertions about these costs. They probably wouldn't blink if the entire cost of fixing the exploit were attributed to the OP.

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