Carnage4Life writes "In a radical departure from it's previous stance of security through obscurity, the Computer Emergency Response Team, CERT, has stated that it will fully disclose all vulnerabilities in software that come to it's notice 45 days after the fact whether or not companies have provided a fix. The change of policy can be found at the CERT site and there is also a story on C|net. The change is not a complete embrace of full disclosure because CERT will not release exploits as some other software security watchdogs do."
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