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Security Pros Warn That EU’s Vulnerability Disclosure Rule Is Risky

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Oct
2023
Security Pros Warn That EU’s Vulnerability Disclosure Rule Is Risky

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The European Union (EU) may soon require software publishers to disclose unpatched vulnerabilities to government agencies within 24 hours of an exploitation. But many IT security professionals want this new rule, set out in Article 11 of the EU’s Cyber Resilience Act (CRA), to be reconsidered.

The rule requires vendors to disclose that they know about a vulnerability actively being exploited within one day of learning about it, regardless of patch status. Some security professionals see the potential of governments abusing the vulnerability disclosure requirements for intelligence or surveillance purposes.

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