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Date: Wed, 8 Nov 2023 18:52:03 +0100
From: Vegard Nossum <>
Subject: Re: !CVE: A new platform to track security issues not
 acknowledged by vendors

On 08/11/2023 14:22, !CVE Team wrote:
> ==============
> What is a !CVE
> ==============
>     - A common place for !vulnerabilities (read not vulnerabilities)
>     - Security issues not covered by the traditional CVE.
>     - An identifier following common naming starting with an exclamation
>       mark(!) Example: !CVE-2023-0001

I am not a lawyer, but I'd assume you would run into some issues with
the naming of all this -- wasn't that the exact issue that somebody else
ran into when they tried to assign identifiers to bugs that MITRE
wouldn't acknowledge? Here's what they said back then:


I somehow doubt the presence of the ! makes much of a difference.


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