I'll bite. FTFA:
Gergely sent an email to email@example.com on December 28, 2012 (which he later showed to me), describing the vulnerability in detail. After describing the simple trick, his email stated: "I don't know if this qualifies as a bug bounty bug, but I think it's certainly not in your interest to let these queries through. Using this method one can bypass all your numerical query filters, filters for SSN, TFN, credit cards, maybe DoS prevention and others I can not think of at the moment."
Gergely sent them a follow-up email on August 23, 2013. In both cases he said he received no response except for an auto-reply.
There's really no reason for the last two sentences to be in a separate paragraph, and this is something that is common in the way you write. From The Elements of Style:
"In general, remember that paragraphing calls for a good eye as well as a logical mind. Enormous blocks of print look formidable to readers, who are often reluctant to tackle them. Therefore, breaking long paragraphs in two, even if it is not necessary to do so for sense, meaning, or logical development, is often a visual help. But remember, too, that firing off many short paragraphs in quick succession can be distracting. Paragraph breaks used only for show read like the writing of commerce or of display advertising. Moderation and a sense of order should be the main considerations in paragraphing." (emphasis mine)
Thanks for picking that up NormalVisual. You're absolutely correct. I was just going to ignore Mr. Haselton's ridiculous question about paragraphs because it's not really the paragraphing that annoys me.
What really annoys me is the verbosity and lack of semantic content in his prose. I suggested "The Elements of Style" because he clearly isn't going to go away and thought he might learn something about writing clearly and concisely.
Mr. Haselton's posts (IMHO) appear to be written for a general audience, are poorly organized, and are often of dubious (IMHO) intellectual value. Several important aspects to writing engagingly are to know your audience, organize your thoughts coherently, be concise and to have the ideas flow logically. This post fails in all of those respects.
The end result is that the post is dull, hard to read and doesn't draw a picture of the concepts being expressed. Mr. Haselton clearly isn't an idiot, but he appears to be a poor writer of English prose.
If you're going to continue to "gift" us with your thoughts Mr. Haselton, I implore you to at least make an attempt to improve your writing. Should you do so, your posts will likely be much better received and will elicit more on-topic discussion.
As a relevant aside, I don't claim to be a great (or even good) writer. Nonetheless, feel free to critique my writing if you like.