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8/22/2016
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Meet The 2016 PWNIE Award Winners

Contest celebrating the best and worst in information security celebrates its 10th year.
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10. Lamest Vendor Response

This award recognizes the vendor that most poorly responded to a security issue. 

'WD MyPassword Drive'

Credit: Western Digital

'When serious flaws were discovered in its hard drive encryption Western Digital could only say it would 'continue to evaluate the observations' and did not say whether it would issue a fix - you know, like most normal tech companies would.' - The Pwnie Awards  

Image Source: www.forbes.com

10. Lamest Vendor Response

This award recognizes the vendor that most poorly responded to a security issue.

WD MyPassword Drive

Credit: Western Digital

When serious flaws were discovered in its hard drive encryption Western Digital could only say it would continue to evaluate the observations and did not say whether it would issue a fix you know, like most normal tech companies would. The Pwnie Awards

Image Source: www.forbes.com

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