sectest writes "CSO has a "chilling" article about the shifting landscape of vulnerability disclosure from shrink-wrapped software to real-world websites. "Grossman (CTO, WhiteHat Security) claims XSS vulnerabilities can be found in 70 percent of websites."
... "If you apply those number to a recent Netcraft survey, which estimated that there are close to 100 million websites, you've got 70 million sites with XSS vulnerabilities. Repairing them one-off, two-off, 200,000-off is spitting in the proverbial ocean." Also unclear is the legality of even finding a vulnerability in a website. Recent high profile prosecutions have cautioned security researches about sharing their discoveries. And if those people stop looking, "That leaves the malicious ones, unconcerned by the legal or social implications of what they do, as the dominant demographic still looking for Web vulnerabilities.""
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