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Date: Tue, 15 Oct 2013 20:19:14 +0200
From: Leon Weber <>
Subject: Re: CVE request: pyxtrlock

On 15.10.2013 12:04:43, Kurt Seifried wrote:
> On 10/15/2013 07:14 AM, Leon Weber wrote:
> > Do you think this isn't CVE worthy, or was the request just lost
> > between other work? :-)
> Sorry, meant to reply, forgot. This was the one where I was wondering
> how many people us it. Debian doesn't ship it, nor does Red Hat,
> Fedora. When I searched it in Google it tries to correct me to
> "xtrlock", and for the term I get 644 results, so I'm thinking this
> falls into the "not enough people use it to make a CVE worthwhile"
> category, is that correct, or is there a large user pool/other factors
>  I'm unaware of?

No other factors, I think. We have received feedback and bug reports
once in a while from a couple of people, so my best guess from that
is a userbase of 10-100 people; but I can't really tell.

Thanks for the reply, though. I simply wasn't sure if project size
matters for CVE worthiness :-)

    -- Leon.

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