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2017-11-17 | Recorded Future CNNVD report, GitHub security alerts, and Geekboy’s XSS fun
Friday, November 17
Recorded Future published a follow up report on China’s National Vulnerability Database (CNNVD) speed of capturing up-to-date information for software vulnerabilities - it appears there is a formal evaluation process for determining operational use by Ministry of State Security (MSS) prior to publication.
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Recorded Future analysis has uncovered evidence of a formal vulnerability evaluation process at CNNVD in which High-threat CVEs are likely evaluated for their operational utility by the MSS before publication.