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Date: Tue, 29 Aug 2017 21:40:21 +0200
From: Agostino Sarubbo <>
Cc: "Henri S." <>,
Subject: Re: A bunch of duplicate CVEs requested for?? bho..

On martedì 29 agosto 2017 20:19:25 CEST Henri S. wrote:
> Hello ago,
> On Tue, Aug 29, 2017 at 02:46:22PM +0200, Agostino Sarubbo wrote:
> > Some CVEs about lame was issued, also there are an high number of
> > vulnerabilities never confirmed by upstream nor posted on their bug
> > tracking system. Yes, sometimes I receive emails that say that the bug is
> > not reproducible but I'm always trying to help to reproduce. Instead some
> > report says: "If you want the poc please contact me at $email"
> I'm currently fuzzing LAME with help from Robert Hegemann who is upstream. I
> understand that the latest LAME release in the web page is from 2012, but
> hopefully we will get a new release after the fuzzing is finished. If there
> are any outstanding issues from your fuzzing feel free to contact me and I
> can verify that those are fixed in the CVS version of it (link below). I
> can check your blog for related issues at least. Robert has been fixing the
> issues very quickly after reports. I also plan to fuzz other argument
> combinations. Maybe we can even include LAME to oss-fuzz later on if
> upstream agrees.
> Recently closed issues:
> All feedback is welcome regarding my fuzzing activities. You can also
> contact me via IRC in e.g. #afl-users in Freenode if you want to
> participate in CVS build fuzzing. If not I can also notify you after the
> next release.
> > How to avoid to file duplicate?
> Maybe giving them a link for documentation how to avoid this in the future.
> CCing robert without permission :)

Hello Henri,

lame was just an example, but it wasn't the point. The point was about the 
reporter's behavior and the world around the cve assignments.

Agostino Sarubbo
Gentoo Linux Developer

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