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Well there's a couple of aspects to consider here, as has been said there is no clear answer. On the one hand you've correctly identified the risks of public disclosure with no easy remediation, which is that attackers can take advantage of the issue. However there are also risks with not publicly releasing. For example, it's entirely possible that other ...


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Ethically, you should be guided by which path does the least damage. That most likely means you should release the information responsibly. Only in a world where you are smarter than everybody else is silence likely to limit damage. My opinion is that releasing the information does the least damage because: You cannot assume that you are the only person ...


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Even though i never released any research of such importance i put some thoughts into this particular issue every now and then. This is my view on the things: First off: there is no solution / correct answer to this question. By the nature of ethics, it is opinionated. Bugs and security leaks always occur. Software developers try their best to avoid it but ...



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