Month: June 2007

  • Month of Search Engine Bugs (MoSEB) Follow-up

    [This was originally published on the OSVDB blog.] Yes yes, yet another “Month of..” campaign. If you track the mail lists, you may have seen a post about a “Month of [something]” Bugs. Despite little follow-up, this campaign is going strong on the 17th day demonstrating a variety of vulnerabilities in lycos.com, search.myway.com, images.google.com, mamma.com, […]

  • The value of 0-day…

    [This was originally published on the OSVDB blog.] Another interesting article regarding the value of 0-day vulnerabilities. Rob Lemos relates the stories of a few researchers who sold their 0-day vulnerability/exploit information for big dollars. The twist here, which is news to some, is who purchased it (the .gov) and for how much (as high […]

  • Site Specific Vulnerabilities – New Site Tracking XSS

    [This was originally published on the OSVDB blog.] A while back I wrote about VDBs and site specific vulnerabilities. The general consensus is that VDBs should not track site specific vulnerabilities, even though some do for bigger sites that provide services (i.e. Google, Gmail, Yahoo). While OSVDB does not, we recently ran across a site […]