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Firm To Drop Database, Web Server 0-Days

January 11th, 2010 01:00 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

krebsonsecurity writes “January promises to be a busy month for Web server and database administrators alike: A security research firm in Russia says it plans to release information about a slew of previously undocumented vulnerabilities in several widely-used commercial software products, including Mysql, Tivoli, IBM DB2, Sun Directory, and a host of others, writes krebsonsecurity.com. From the blog: ‘After working with the vendors long enough, we’ve come to conclusion that, to put it simply, it is a waste of time. Now, we do not contact with vendors and do not support so-called “responsible disclosure” policy,’ Legerov said.”

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