That was my first initial thought as well. However, It makes on wonder why have they not chosen and hired a company/team to do this already. One would have thought this would have happened months (if not weeks) ago by now.Haha, sounds more like they want to have him arrested. Lure him into providing contact details or meeting in person.
Ahh, I assume its because WHMCS, uses WHMCS. They are very high priority for these types of things. IIRC they use cloudflare now, I assume for the WAF features.
I was wondering why noone was using the exploits against WHMCS.However, I am glad to see they are acknowledging their issue. Though, it is unfortunate it has taken them this long to realize that there is a problem. Many, many companies were hurt by automated whmcs exploit scripts.
Exactly, and so therefore, very suspicious. It would be less suspicious if Aaron didn't word that email the way he did - 'can fly anywhere in the world' and 'we are friendly and good people'. Lol. I mean, c'mon, who writes a proposal email that way?Uh, no lol. They're reaching out to the person who has been causing them so much (warranted) grief. It makes perfect sense.