Re: ZoneAlarm Pro Vulnerability
I don't know how others feel about Matousec, but they don't give me a warm fuzzy. Most groups that look for security flaws tell the world for nothing. Matousec keeps both the exact flaw and the testing methods totally private, thus not allowing anyone to duplicate the fault. And what is even more reprehensible in my opinion is that they don't even say you have to be physically present to take advantage of this vulnerability. It is akin to warning ATM users that others areable to get their PIN numbers from an ATM. But then not telling them, the person has to have a camera viewing the keypad, or be looking over their shoulder.
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