Less than two weeks after Google researcher Tavis Ormandy released information about a new Windows zero-day vulnerability on the Full Disclosure mailing list and asked for help in creating an exploit, he has returned with one and added that there is another one already in circulation.
Google has been ordered to comply with FBI requests for user information that came in the form of National Security Letters (NSLs) by U.S.
Whether Google Glass ships out to regular users later this year or the next, one things is sure: it won't make use of facial recognition software - for now.
The presence of 0-day vulnerability exploitation is often a real and considerable threat to the Internet - particularly when very popular consumer-level software is the target.
The debate regarding responsible vulnerability disclosure and full vulnerability disclosure has been started many times in the past, and it's an issue that will continue to be debated in the future even though the likelihood of reaching a consensus is practically nil.
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