SecurityFocus Penetration: RE: legal documents
RE: legal documents
From: Micheal Thompson (MThompson_at_brinkster.com)
Date: Wed, 7 Jan 2004 15:30:31 −0500
To: "Adam Tuliper" <amt@gecko−software.com>, <pen−firstname.lastname@example.org>
The best thing you can do it get a "get out of jail free card." Have a
lawyer write a release for you as an individual and then one for you
company. Do not relies on a off the shelf document it could have loop
holes that a laymen may not get. Such as keywords like "whole" and
"reasonable" that can go both ways.
From: Adam Tuliper [mailto:amt@gecko−software.com]
Sent: Wednesday, January 07, 2004 12:46 PM
Subject: legal documents
One item constantly facing penetration testers is causing
damage while testing a system. If I am doing a scan for a
company and happen to break something in the process,
depending on whats broke, a company may have quite a
problem with it. Does anyone have any good legal documents
stating this may be the case, release from damage, etc?
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