Engineering firm "white lists" vulnerable apps

Friday, 24 March 2006, 12:25 PM EST

When Patton Harris Rust & Associates found out that Microsoft's Windows MetaFile (WMF) had a security vulnerability that might be exploited for zero-day attacks, PHR&A's IT team quickly removed the offending WMF dynamic link library file from its application whitelist.

At Security Pipeline.

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