Re: [Asrg] An "ideal" false positive (TMGRS take 2)

John Levine <asrg@johnlevine.com> Tue, 16 February 2010 17:31 UTC

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>ASRG doesn't influence security policies?

Not directly.  It's a research group.

R's,
John