Mozilla: 10-day patch guarantee 'not our policy'

Tuesday, 7 August 2007, 10:56 AM EST

The open source browser maker was forced to issue a statement Monday, retracting a pledge attributed to the company's director of ecosystem development, Mike Schaver, to fix any critical security bugs in the browser within "Ten ****ing Days."

Security researcher Robert Hansen said that Schaver had made the pledge at a late-night pyjama party, hosted at last week's Black Hat conference in Las Vegas.

At InfoWorld.

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