MOAB comes to an end

MOAB comes to an end

Summary: ZDNet security blogger Ryan Naraine has the story on the end of the controversial Month Of Apple Bugs (MOAB) project that finished yesterday with the last day of January. The shadowy L.M.H. signed off saying "My time disclosing exploits is over" and promised to release an exploit for a remote kernel vulnerability.

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ZDNet security blogger Ryan Naraine has the story on the end of the controversial Month Of Apple Bugs (MOAB) project that finished yesterday with the last day of January. The shadowy L.M.H. signed off saying "My time disclosing exploits is over" and promised to release an exploit for a remote kernel vulnerability.

Topic: Security

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  • Boring

    Well, that kind of fizzled out, didn't it?
    tic swayback
    • last minute pop

      Well, they did go out with a mild "pop", when they added that exploit code to the web page for day 29. Go to Macintouch and search for "MOAB" and click the link in the right hand column for details.

      Kinda give their credibility a "pop", too, doesn't it?
      rwahrens1952