Wow! it seems no one is good for Steve anymore. Running your mouth against developers then the moderators who have every right to question the validity of your words will earn you bans, not credibility. What most honest respectable coders did when finding POCs is notify the developers of the concerning POC on their respective forums and refer to the code uploaded to a filehosting site in a protected rar archive. The post includes a description disclaimer for potential testers who will then check it. This is the standard protocol that was untertaken immediately by respected programmers like Buster, who disclosed and notified Tzuk of the code he found. By posting such an obviously loaded request on this specific forum, you are delibrately looking for ways to avoid any meaningful mechanisms of disclosure. So when the mods tell you that you can't post it here, you point and say: "see, they said I can't post it here. I wanted to, but I am not allowed." What a pathetic attempt to ease out of direct confrontation. I also don't get why you would ask for "terms" just to see a POC. Judging by that, you will never release it to the public, and or you are trying to make it difficult as possible to aqcuire a non existent POC just to save face and backout. So what's it gonna be Steve? The moment of truth has come, and culminates in the following direct request: You either post the material publicly on Sandboxie's forum by the end of today, where almost everyone here knows where to get it, or forever face the reputation of being a liar who foments strife. The choice is yours.