Some unanswered website vulnerability questions

Wednesday, 10 October 2007, 12:00 AM EST

In the industry we discuss at great length the legal risks and ethical responsibilities of the person disclosing an issue, but not enough about the same when it comes to the business itself. Iíve had a hard time getting authoritative answers to some seemingly simple questions, so I figured Iíd give the blog a try. Lets assume a company is informed of a SQLi or XSS vulnerability in their website (I know, shocker) either privately or via public disclosure on sla.ckers.org. And that vulnerability potentially places private personal information (PPI) or intellectual property at risk of compromise

At Jeremiah Grossman's blog.

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