Apple flaw kicks off second month of bugs

Thursday, 2 November 2006, 12:03 AM EST

Security researchers published on Wednesday the details of a flaw in Apple's Airport wireless driver, kicking off a plan to release a software bug in the core system code, or kernel, of major operating systems every day throughout the month of November.

The Month of Kernel Bugs is the brainchild of a security researcher and contributor to the Metasploit Project who uses the moniker "L.M.H." The initiative resembles another kicked off by Metasploit's founder, HD Moore, that publicized a browser flaw every day last July.

At SecurityFocus.

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