[wp-hackers] how long does a security report response take ?
wordpress at dd32.id.au
Sun Feb 8 00:27:12 GMT 2009
Well, In that case, If its not something that mentioning the code in
question would result in an attacker being able to compromise a tonne
of WordPress installs (I get the feeling its more of a code issue, and
not one that can be exploited remotely?) then opening a trac ticket
could be a better avenue (possibly)
2009/2/8 Heiko Rabe <heiko.rabe at code-styling.de>:
> The bug is forced by insufficient parameter checks at WordPress code and
> should not be happen, even there is a bug inside PHP or Apache.
> It can be avoided by adding some appropriated lines.
> I know, that this is a PHP/Apache issue but i WP calls a PHP function with
> malformed parameters could be avoided, than it's a WP bug too, in my
>> It might sometimes take a bit for someone to look into it, However, No
>> idea how long, Or if you should even expect a reply.
>> However, WordPress cannot cause that sort of error, That'll be a
>> PHP/Apache bug..
>> 2009/2/8 Heiko Rabe <heiko.rabe at code-styling.de>:
>>> is somebody familar with wp security report response times ?
>>> I didn't get any response after 48 hours lapsed now. May be, this has
>>> moved to spam folder, because a *.zip file was attached containing
>>> screenshots and description about ?
>>> The mail headline contains this: "WordPress 2.7 produces fatal error
>>> Apache WebServer (Access Violation at Apache Server Module)".
>>> Heiko Rabe
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