Month: October 2016

  • NTIA, Bug Bounty Programs, and Good Intentions

    [This was originally published on the OSVDB blog.] [Note: This blog had been sitting as a 99% completed draft since early September. I lost track of time and forgot to finish it off then. Since this is still a relevant topic, I am publishing now despite it not being quite as timely in the context […]

  • Rebuttal: Dark Reading’s “9” Sources for Tracking New Vulnerabilities

    [This was originally published on the OSVDB blog.] Earlier today, Sean Martin published an article on Dark Reading titled “9 Sources For Tracking New Vulnerabilities“. Spanning 10 pages, likely for extra ad revenue, the sub-title reads: Keeping up with the latest vulnerabilities — especially in the context of the latest threats — can be a […]

  • It’s 2016, why is rotating a video such a pain?

    How many times have you quickly shot a video on your phone and not rotated it for landscape? It happens too often and we see these videos all over social media. I sometimes forget to do it as well, or portrait is more in line with what I am shooting. So, I want to quickly […]