Does RSA SecurID have a U.S gov't-authorized back door?

By , Network World |  Security, RSA, SecurID

The vulnerability summary for CVE-2011-0322 said an "unspecified vulnerability" was identified in these versions of EMS RSA Access Manager Server, allowing "remote attackers to access resources via unknown vectors." RSA said it has a fix for the problem, and an RSA spokesman said it's simply a coincidence that information about Access Manager Server and SecurID were announced at the same time.

"It's totally unrelated to SecurID" and the breach disclosure, a spokesman said, adding that the Access Manager Security report in the National Vulnerability Database represents a "normal product vulnerability" that is routinely found and gets reported and fixed.

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