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‘Microsoft Was Freaking Out‘: An Oral History of the LØpht -Part Two - Fisher Paper)

2018/03/07 : Dennis Fisher gives us an Oral History of the LØpht in four parts. This is the second part, when L0pht began to be known. 

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The Telltale Text File: Security Researcher Proposes Standardization for Reporting Vulnerabilities (on Security.txt)
 Douglas Bonderud writes on Security.txt.
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Heart of Blue Gold – Announcing New Bounty Programs (Microsoft)

2013/06/19 : Microsoft decided to create new bounty program.

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iDEFENSE Labs Website Launch

2005/02/17 : iDEFENSE Labs announces the launch of their community site.

"This site will serve as our repository for sharing our research and development with the security community, including the release of free 
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A unified timeline of Efail PGP disclosure events

2018/05/16: Timeline of the Efail vulnerabilities disclosures to PGP vendors and usersRead more

"Ceci n’est pas une preuve : The use of trapdoor commitments in Bayer-Groth proofs and the implications for the verifiabilty of the Scytl-SwissPost Internet voting system"

2019/03/12: Report of researchers who found a vulnerability in the SwissPost e-voting shuffle. The trapdoor commitment scheme allows an undetectable vote manipulation. Two examples are shown in the report

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US Vulnerabilities Equities Process (Fact Sheet)

2017/11/15 : "[T]he White House released a charter for the administration’s once-shadowy Vulnerabilities Equities Process (VEP)." (see : more

Fortinet slams Rapid7 for disclosing vulnerability before end of their 90-day window

2021/08/12 : "A dispute broke out on Tuesday after cybersecurity company Rapid7 released a report about a vulnerability in a Fortinet product before the company had time to release a patch addressing the issue."Read more

It's time to be responsible (Morgenstern, Parker and Hardy paper)

2002/03/01 : Michael Morgenstern, Tom Parker and Scott Hardy write about vulnerability disclosure debate occuring since one year. They assume "it's time to be responsible".

"Over the last 12 months various computer-using groups have been intensely debating the...Read more

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