Microsoft rebukes security researcher

Tuesday, 22 November 2005, 11:27 AM EST

Ed Moyle, president of SecurityCurve, told TechNewsWorld that the good news is the vulnerability itself is minimal from a risk perspective. The bad news, he added, is the manner in which the vulnerability was disclosed: without informing Microsoft so the company could develop a patch.

By Jennifer LeClaire at TechNewsWorld.

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