Good point, but I actually reccomend newbies subscribe to bugtraq. It really 
opened my eyes to the world of cross-site scripting. Now I not only know how, 
but do, write secure code.

If I saw a warning about a script either here or on bugtraq, I would 
immediatly patch it- or at least shut down until it could be patched. It 
would be useful...

"The probability that we may fail in the struggle ought not to deter us from 
the support of a cause we believe to be just."

On Tuesday 29 January 2002 17:22, you wrote:
> > I'm think I'm going to start forwarding all the bugtraq
> > alerts for PHP scripts to this list. Any objections?
> Yes, if the author of the script isn't on the list it's useless
> unless someone wants to patch their script themselves. And if
> they're the kind of person who's inclined to do that, they'd
> most likely already be watching BugTraq.
> There's such a large possibility of crappily-written code out
> there, I don't know if its worth the traffic on this list
> given that it's usually newbies.
> J

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