Salute To The World’s First Reported Hacker

August 11, 2014 CollabNet VersionOne

We dedicate these security-focused point release updates to the world's first hacker

We dedicate these security-focused point release updates to the world’s first hacker

In 1903, the world’s first reported hacker, magician and inventor Nevil Maskelyne disrupted John Ambrose Fleming’s public demonstration of Guglielmo Marconi’s purportedly secure wireless telegraphy technology, sending insulting Morse code messages through the auditorium’s projector.

Since this time, hackers have been looking to exploit technology loopholes, for fun, profit and even ill will.   We here at VersionOne take security seriously and that’s why in this week’s point release to Winter ’14, Spring ’14 and Summer ’14 releases we have plugged a low-risk vulnerability to prevent hackers from invoking any petty nuisance into our product.  Here’s to safe and happy computing!

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