Autonomy says vulnerability already fixed, Secunia says it's not

Dark Reading Staff, Dark Reading

December 7, 2007

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A software vendor has threatened vulnerability information provider Secunia with legal action if it publishes information on a reported vulnerability in its software.

In dispute is a vulnerability in a Lotus 1-2-3 viewer application from Autonomy.

But the cat's out of the bag now: "Autonomy wants Secunia to withhold information about the fact that vulnerability SA27835 in Keyview Lotus 1-2-3 File Viewer, which has been fixed by IBM, obviously also affects Autonomy's own versions 9.2 and

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