A week after Apple finally announced its first bug bounty program, promising to hand over up to $200,000 to hackers who find and alert Apple about security flaws, a private exploit trading firm is offering security researchers a better deal for their vulnerability intel on the tech giant: up to $500,000. [More]
Photographs taken of Liam Johns’ crib by the Sacramento County Coroner’s Office clearly show where it came apart.
About 1 million Simplicity cribs were recalled yesterday due to several deaths related to a defect which can cause children to become trapped and suffocate.
The New York Times is reporting that Microsoft Vista has security flaws. Yes, already. In addition to a flaw that lets users increase their own privileges and override all the new fancy Vista security, there’s a “troubling” flaw in IE7. “The browser flaw is particularly troubling because it potentially means that Web users could become infected with malicious software simply by visiting a booby-trapped site.”