Well-known Google security researcher Tavis Ormandy has taken a swipe at security industry veteran Richard Bejtlich, after the latter chided him for releasing details about a vulnerability in Microsoft software after the 90-day period normally given for patching expired.
Microsoft's revocation of the "academic institution" status granted to the European Organisation for Nuclear Research, better known as CERN, has led to the organisation deciding to get rid of software sold by the Redmond behemoth in order to avoid lock-in and to keep its costs down.
Three remotely exploitable vulnerabilities in Microsoft's NT Lan Manager, a proprietary authentication protocol, have been patched by the company in its updates for June, after they were detailed by Israeli security outfit Preempt.
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I'd put these criminals in the same boat as pseudo scientists.
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