1. none of us talked about 'conspiracy', you did. you keep coming up with this strawman and
i'll keep exposing it. but keep trying ;).
2. as you were told about a dozen times already, the problem isn't with not recognizing a bug
for its security impact (or rather, that's a separate problem), but the intentional omission
of such information when it is already known. you have yet to explain the ptrace self-attach
commit, why don't you say something about that?
3. we can't help fix the problem because the problem isn't with us but rather those kernel
developers who decided (but failed to inform the public about) that full-disclosure is a PR
act only, in reality they don't practice it. the consequence of this double-play is that
people who trust them on their word will make false security evaluations when looking at the
commits (and no, they have nothing else to judge because these bugs are discussed on private