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; '''Jan 10 - [http://www2.csoonline.com/exclusives/column.html?CID=28072 Vulnerability Disclosure: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly]'''
 
; '''Jan 10 - [http://www2.csoonline.com/exclusives/column.html?CID=28072 Vulnerability Disclosure: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly]'''
 
:''More than a decade into the practice of vulnerability disclosure, where do we stand? Are we more secure? Or less?'', three good articles: [http://www2.csoonline.com/exclusives/column.html?CID=28071 Microsoft: Responsible Vulnerability Disclosure Protects Users] , [http://www2.csoonline.com/exclusives/column.html?CID=28073 Schneier: Full Disclosure of Security Vulnerabilities a ’Damned Good Idea’], [http://www2.csoonline.com/exclusives/column.html?CID=28072 The Vulnerability Disclosure Game: Are We More Secure?] and [http://www.csoonline.com/read/010107/fea_vuln.html The Chilling Effect]
 
:''More than a decade into the practice of vulnerability disclosure, where do we stand? Are we more secure? Or less?'', three good articles: [http://www2.csoonline.com/exclusives/column.html?CID=28071 Microsoft: Responsible Vulnerability Disclosure Protects Users] , [http://www2.csoonline.com/exclusives/column.html?CID=28073 Schneier: Full Disclosure of Security Vulnerabilities a ’Damned Good Idea’], [http://www2.csoonline.com/exclusives/column.html?CID=28072 The Vulnerability Disclosure Game: Are We More Secure?] and [http://www.csoonline.com/read/010107/fea_vuln.html The Chilling Effect]

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Using the same format as used in OWASP Newsletter 1 this is the page that will be used for the next Newsletter

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Featured Story: Two free Java EE filters for CSRF, Reflected XSS, and Adobe XSS

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Jan 10 - Vulnerability Disclosure: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
More than a decade into the practice of vulnerability disclosure, where do we stand? Are we more secure? Or less?, three good articles: Microsoft: Responsible Vulnerability Disclosure Protects Users , Schneier: Full Disclosure of Security Vulnerabilities a ’Damned Good Idea’, The Vulnerability Disclosure Game: Are We More Secure? and The Chilling Effect