What to do if a security flaw is reported

Tuesday, 27 June 2006, 3:51 PM EST

You've worked hard and long for months to get the software out the door. You think you've covered all the bases -- it performs well and it's completely secure. There is absolutely no way it can be hacked.

And then someone contacts the company and says he's found a vulnerability. What do you do now?

At SearchSAP.

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