eEye launches zero-day tracker

By | December 7, 2006

Security research firm eEye Digital Security has launched Zero-Day Tracker, an online web site that will help the community keep track of past and present zero-day vulnerabilities.

The web site provides in-depth analysis of the vulnerabilities and recommendations on what users can do to mitigate any zero-day vulnerabilities. “If something is reported as a non-exploitable bug, we´ll make sure to exhaust the flaw for exploitability,” states an entry on eEye’s research blog.

The web site already provides information on the recent Microsoft Word zero-day, Windows Media ASX playlist vulnerability and others. RSS feed is available.

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