FireEye denies that it 'tried to cover up vulnerabilities'

Sooraj Shah
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Security firm reportedly put a gagging order on security researcher, but claims that it was merely protecting its IP

Security firm FireEye reportedly attempted to stop any public disclosure of an important series of vulnerabilities in its suite. The patched flaws included the default use of the root account on...

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