Microsoft, Googler tussle over bug timeline

Spar over Google security engineer's 'fuzzer' release, IE vulnerability

By , Computerworld |  Security, fuzzing, Google

Last summer, Google security engineer Tavis Ormandy released exploit code for a bug in Windows' Help and Support Center after he said Microsoft refused to set a patch deadline. In September, Chris Evans , another Google security researcher, published attack code for an IE vulnerability after he said he had not been able to persuade Microsoft to fix the flaw.

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