Mac Developer: The US Navy wants to buy unpatched security flaws
The US Navy wants to buy unpatched security flaws: "It won't surprise you to hear that governments are eager to buy unpatched security exploits for the sake of cyberdefense or surveillance, but they're rarely overt about it. No one must have told that to the US Navy until this week, however. The Electronic Frontier Foundation caught the military branch soliciting for both zero-day exploits and recently discovered vulnerabilities (less than six months old) for relatively common software from the likes of Apple, Google and Microsoft."
I don't feel like I'm the target. Do you?
Labels: security policy