Researcher vows to publish a browser bug a day for July

Thursday, 6 July 2006, 11:43 AM EST

The creator of a widely used hacking tool has promised to publish details on one browser vulnerability per day for the month of July.

HD Moore, the hacker behind the Metasploit toolkit, began publishing software that demonstrates bugs in a variety of Web browsers on July 1. He has dubbed his effort the Month of Browser Bugs.

At InfoWorld.

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