Zack Whittaker

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Microsoft: 'We try to reproduce every vulnerability that comes in'

Microsoft: 'We try to reproduce every vulnerability that comes in'

Microsoft outlined what it does with incoming vulnerability research, how it designates flaws and playing the cloak-and-dagger game with hackers.In a Q&A with Ryan Naraine, Jonathan Ness, the lead software engineer on Microsoft's SWI Defense team, addressed a big emerging issue between the software giant and security researchers: Who has the onus to reproduce the flaw?

February 19, 2008 by in Security

Wanted: Black Hat bloggers

Wanted: Black Hat bloggers

Due to a scheduling conflict, I can't make the Black Hat conference so we're calling for guest submissions for Zero Day.In a nutshell, we're looking for brief recaps of the Black Hat presentations and your take on the festivities since I can't be in three places at once.

February 15, 2008 by in Enterprise Software

Opera accuses Mozilla of irresponsible disclosure

Opera accuses Mozilla of irresponsible disclosure

In a blog posted yesterday on Opera's website, blogger Claudio Santambrogio tells us that he isn't happy about the way Mozilla handled an Opera security disclosure.  Here's what Claudio had to say:Mozilla notified us of one security issue ( ) the day before they published their public advisory ( ).

February 14, 2008 by in Enterprise Software

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