Security researcher Vasily Kravets warns of second zero-day Steam vulnerability

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Kravets has released details of another zero-day vulnerability affecting Valve's Steam gaming client - going public after being banned by Valve from its security programme
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Kravets has released details of another zero-day vulnerability affecting Valve's Steam gaming client - going public after being banned by Valve from its security programme

Valve banned Kravets from its security notification programme after he was forced to go public on a rejected security flaw

Russian security researcher Vasily Kravets has released details of another zero-day vulnerability affecting Valve's Steam gaming client. This is the second zero-day vulnerability disclosed by Kr...

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