Month: December 2013

  • OSVDB – How many people work on this project?

    [This was originally published on the OSVDB blog.] We are occasionally asked how many people work on OSVDB. This question comes from those familiar with the project, and potential customers of our vulnerability intelligence feed. Back in the day, I had no problem answering it quickly and honestly. For years we limped along with one […]

  • An Open Letter to @Twitter

    Dear Twitter, You run one of the largest and most visible social network sites on the Internet, highly visible to millions that don’t even have Internet access due to media saturation and today’s lexicon. And you suck at it. Despite your recent IPO and suggestions that you finally figured out how to make money off […]