It is often the case that I look at the blog and want to post the latest vulnerability found on one of the systems we use or look at here and there. Unfortunately for security reasons all we are allowed to do is report the issue to the provider of the service and keep quite for a while (i.e., till it is fixed).
The main reason for this post, I guess, is to demonstrate that our silence does not necessarily constitute that we are inactive as a security group. In the past we have been in trouble with problems found in software.
Hopefully people will seek security experts to review their products, from time to time. Probably this would eliminate third people finding the problems and exploiting them. Technology moves at such a fast pace security has to be reviewed continuously.
 Grigorios Fragkos and Huw Read,(2006) ‘IE7 ‘critical update’ causes headaches for managed desktop environments’ – http://www.theregister.co.uk/2006/11/12/ie7_critical_update_managed_desktops/