Solaris app vulnerable, Sun verifies

Dyck, Timothy
July 2000
eWeek;07/31/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 31, p17
Reports on Sun Microsystems Inc.'s confirmation of a Solaris operating environment vulnerability uncovered during `eWeek' Labs' Openhack interactivity security test. Security vulnerability in an optional component of Solaris; Expected availability of a patch to fix the problem.


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