Tag: Scott Culp

  • Microsoft’s latest plea for CVD is as much propaganda as sincere.

    [This was originally published on the OSVDB blog.] Earlier today, Chris Betz, senior director of the Microsoft Security Response Center (MSRC), posted a blog calling for “better coordinated vulnerability disclosure“. Before I begin a rebuttal of sorts, let me be absolutely clear. The entire OSVDB team is very impressed with Microsoft’s transition over the last […]

  • howdoireportavuln.com – Good intentions, needs fix-ups though

    [This was originally published on the OSVDB blog.] Tonight, shortly before retiring from a long day of vulnerability import, I caught a tweet mentioning a web site about reporting vulnerabilities. Created on 15-aug-2013 per whois, the footer shows it was written by Fraser Scott, aka @zeroXten on Twitter. http://howdoireportavuln.com/ I love focused web sites that […]

  • Microsoft’s Responsible Vulnerability Disclosure, The New Non-Issue

    [This was originally published on attrition.org] For almost a decade, a debate over the concept of Full Disclosure has reared its ugly head. Carried out on BBSs, newsgroups, security conferences, mail lists, parties, coffee shops and everywhere else, the Full Disclosure debate can be called “long standing” to say the least. As with everything in the computer […]