Vulnerability disclosure – did we get it right with Meltdown and Spectre?
Today Rendition Infosec is releasing a blog post that we started writing more than a month ago. Why now? The dust has settled, that’s why. Prior to the dust settling on Meltdown and Spectre, we think this very important conversation would have been lost in the noise. In light of these vulnerabilities, we think it […]
Call to Microsoft to release information about MS17-010
After delaying the release of Windows updates, Microsoft mysteriously released a patch for a group of vulnerabilities addressed by MS17-010 after canceling Patch Tuesday in February. This patch was released immediately before the release of a set of Windows exploits by the Shadow Brokers hacking group. Although Shadow Brokers purports to have stolen these exploits […]
Rendition’s “Bug Bounty” Story
If you’ve been coming to the Rendition website for a while, you’ve probably noticed that our website has been getting a face lift. As part of that face lift, we moved the site to a new server and in the new Apache server configuration, we forgot to include custom error handlers. Today, we got a […]