The agreement prevented Mr. Al-Kabaz from discussing confidential or proprietary information he found on Skytech servers, or any information relating to Skytech, their servers or how he accessed them. The agreement also prevented Mr. Al-Kabaz from discussing the existence of the non-disclosure pact itself, and specified that if his actions became public he would face legal consequences.
When reached for comment Mr. Taza acknowledged mentioning police and legal consequences, but denied having made any threats, and suggested that Mr. Al-Khabaz had misunderstood his comments.
I'll keep my comments to myself about this whole exchange -- insert comment about he said / she said here.
That being said, on the hacking books I've ever read, NOW I finally understand why they make a point to open
with the procedural and legal stuff before getting to the technical.
My question is whether Skytech is actually going to DO anything about it, and by extension Dawson's College.
Somehow I'm getting cold pricklies of Skytech saying to Dawson (and everyone else that runs their software,
for that matter), "there's a critical flaw, which we've identified and fixed but you'll need to pay us X dollars to get the fix."