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Re: RedLevel Advisory #23 - SalesCart Shopping Cart SQL Injection Vulnerability Jun 13 2007 05:36PM
accounting comcity com (1 replies)
Re: RedLevel Advisory #23 - SalesCart Shopping Cart SQL Injection Vulnerability Jun 14 2007 09:31PM
John M. Martinelli (john martinelli com) (1 replies)
Dear "Accounting",

I have legally posted vulnerability information on a mailing list
specifically for this issue. The public is entitled to this
information. It is up to the editors of the board to decide whether
this vulnerability is fact or fiction. They don't post incorrect
vulnerability information. Otherwise, I could simply say I have 15
remote root vulnerabilities affecting every linux kernel.

If you would prefer for our company to look into your commercial
product, we would be more than happy. For now, though, we would
appreciate private and direct correspondence.

Thank you,
John Martinelli
RedLevel.org Security

On Jun 13, 2007, at 1:36 PM, accounting (at) comcity (dot) com [email concealed] wrote:

> This is not true and is actually "slander".
>
> He says no one responded; however, I personally talked with Mr.
> Martinelli and explained to him he was looking at an old out-of-
> date demo on the website that is not indicative of the released
> product.
>
> These tests were performed on a "non-commercial" product demo and
> are not indicative of the commercial product at all. We were able
> to reproduce this sql injection on this demo code but not on the
> released product. In addition, the product the customer is
> referring to is also completely "obsolete".
>
> Mr. Martinelli's information is incorrect and down right slanderous
> in at least 3 or 4 accounts.

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Re: RedLevel Advisory #23 - SalesCart Shopping Cart SQL Injection Vulnerability Jun 14 2007 11:27PM
Jon Ribbens jon+bugtraq2 (at) unequivocal.co (dot) uk [email concealed] (jon+bugtraq2 unequivocal co uk)


 

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