Core Security Press Releases

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01.13.2009 Core Security Technologies Announces BEWGlobal as Partner for Growing UK Channel
01.09.2006 Core Security Technologies Announces Enhanced Version of its Automated Penetration Testing Product, CORE IMPACT, Focusing on Client-Side Threats
03.04.2002 Core Security Technologies announces first comprehensive penetration testing tool
03.04.2002 CORE SECURITY TECHNOLOGIES announces first comprehensive penetration testing tool
09.18.2003 Core Security Technologies Announces Vulnerability in IBM's DB2 Database
02.08.2005 Core Security Technologies Announces Vulnerability in Microsoft's MSN Messenger
03.22.2006 Core Security Technologies Announces Vulnerability in VeriSign CGI Script
05.30.2003 Core Security Technologies Appoints New CEO & Relocates Corporate Headquarters to Boston
10.01.2003 Core Security Technologies CEO to Take Part in Security Panel at 4th Annual MIT Sloan Software Symposium
04.11.2005 Core Security Technologies Closes Second-Round Funding
03.02.2010 Core Security Technologies Completes Integration with Qualysguard PCI Connect
03.09.2009 Core Security Technologies CTO Ivan Arce to Participate in Panel Vulnerability Disclosure at Source Boston
01.29.2007 Core Security Technologies CTO Ivan Arce to Present on Rootkit Technology Security at RSA Conference 2007
01.25.2005 Core Security Technologies CTO, Ivan Arce, to Highlight the Quality of Publicly Available Exploit Code at 2005 RSA Conference
02.06.2007 Core Security Technologies demonstrates exploitability of third-party software running on Vista
11.05.2003 Core Security Technologies Developer Makes Finals of International Coding Competition
10.20.2004 Core Security Technologies Developer Wins Worldwide Coding Competition
05.20.2009 Core Security Technologies Discovers Classic Web Application Vulnerabilities in SUN Java System Communications
04.01.2009 Core Security Technologies Discovers Critical Vulnerabilities in Sun Calendar Express
11.04.2008 Core Security Technologies Discovers Critical Vulnerability in Adobe Reader

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