2000/09/15 : Schneier published his monthly newsletter and explains here his opinion on full disclosure debate.
"What’s interesting is that everybody wants the same thing; they’re just disagreeing about the best way to get there.
When a security vulnerability exists in a...Read more
2002/02/28 : Steven M. Bellovin and Randy Bush shows the utility of obscurity and open discussions on vulnerabilities. Read more
2001/10/02 : Jay Lyman writes into the NewsFactor Network about full disclosure debate.
2001/09/07 : Kim Zetter explains how full disclosure debate starts again with the "Code Red's astonishing success".Read more
2001/11/08 : Robert Lemos interviewed Scott Culp for CNET News.
"The essay is not calling for people to refrain from looking for security vulnerabilities, to stop reporting them to the vendors, to stop telling customers about them. We don't want to change any of that. The only thing that...Read more
1998-1999 : Birth of the anti-Sec movement.
"We are the Ant-Sec movement, and we are dedicated to eradicating full-disclosure of vulnerabilities and exploits and free discussion on hacking related topics."
This artifact is part of the ...Read more