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Good guys and bad guys race against time over disclosing vulnerabilities

When a software vulnerability is discovered, especially by a nation state or government agency, that agency might choose to sit on that discovery, secretly hanging on to their findings in case the vulnerability can be used, secret weapon-style, at a convenient time of their choosing. But a new research paper recently examined how often vulnerabilities are independently discovered by researchers and found that time is not always on the side of whoever got there first.

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