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Mad World: The Truth About Bug Bounties
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Joe Stanganelli
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Joe Stanganelli,
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8/23/2015 | 11:53:32 PM
Bug Control
If looking for security flaws is prosecuted and punished, only criminals will look for security flaws.
Thomas Claburn
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Thomas Claburn,
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8/13/2015 | 5:44:35 PM
if you can't secure your public statements...
...there's no reason to expect more from your software.
Martine
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Martine,
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8/13/2015 | 2:27:59 PM
Re: Lest Oracle customers roll their eyes at this takedown of MADavidson's remarks .....
something else of note:

"No results found for Oracle "corporate citizenship" Mary Anne Davidson."
Martine
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Martine,
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8/13/2015 | 1:47:39 PM
Lest Oracle customers roll their eyes at this takedown of MADavidson's remarks .....
... the best nugget in this article for the hapless Oracle customer was this:  

"Customers will be left exposed to vulnerabilities that would have otherwise been reported privately and fixed."

Ultimately Oracle Corp's customers are the ones left holding the bag.
spyglassintel
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spyglassintel,
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8/13/2015 | 1:41:09 PM
Why DarkReading excels...
This article is a great example of why DarkReading is the go-to for cybersec news.  It shows a variety of perspectives on issues and is not just a regurgitation of attention-grabbing news headlines.  We can find alarmist infosec news a a million places, but we get usefully informed at DarkReading --way to go!


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