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For the record, Citect responds to Core

From the press release, verbatim (cross-posted from "Unfettered"):  Citect reassures its customers on the security of their SCADA networks Sydney, Australia [June 12, 2008] – Citect has moved to reassure its SCADA customers they are extremely unlikely to be at risk from potential security breaches found by Core Security Technologies...

For the record: Citect responds to charges by Core

From the press release, verbatim: Citect reassures its customers on the security of their SCADA networks Sydney, Australia [June 12, 2008] – Citect has moved to reassure its SCADA customers they are extremely unlikely to be at risk from potential security breaches found by Core Security Technologies in Windows-based control...

Core Technologies outs Citect to Associated Press-- is this ethical?

, Core Technologies "reported exclusively" to the Associated Press about a buffer overflow vulnerability they found in CitectSCADA. The flaw is repaired, although, once again Core insists that it was "five months" before Citect responded to their notification.

Core Technologies Outs Citect to Associated Press

Thanks to Marcus Sachs for pointing me to this one---WB In my view, this raises several questions. Why, again (remember, Core accused Wonderware of dilatory response just a couple of months ago) did Citect take five months to fix the problem? Why did Core go to the Associated Press? Does...