Sloppy Software Patches Are a ‘Disturbing Trend’

ZDI, which has been owned by the security firm Trend Micro since 2015, is a program that buys vulnerability findings from researchers and handles disclosure to vendors. In exchange, Trend Micro, which makes an antivirus tool and other defense products, gets a wealth of information and telemetry that it can use to track research and hopefully protect its customers.

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