vulnerability disclosure

Missouri website vulnerability was present since 2011, investigation finds


While Missouri Gov. Mike Parson lashed out at the journalist who reported the flaw, it had been present for nearly a decade, state police found.

Missouri prosecutor won't charge reporter governor accused of 'hacking'


Gov. Mike Parson last year demanded an investigation into St. Louis Post-Dispatch reporter who discovered a vulnerability in a state agency's website.

Reporter who notified Missouri officials of website flaw did 'nothing out of line,' emails show


As Gov. Mike Parson digs in against the St. Louis Post-Dispatch for finding a flaw on a state website, records show the paper followed the proper steps of vulnerability disclosure.

Missouri governor accuses newspaper of 'hacking' state website


A St. Louis Post-Dispatch reporter notified a state agency that it was exposing sensitive personal data. Gov. Mike Parson wants the paper investigated.

Iowa launches vulnerability disclosure program for election-related sites


Under the policy, security researchers can report flaws in websites run by the secretary of state, including voter registration and election results.

Ohio's vulnerability disclosure program for elections indicates 'maturity'


The first-in-the-nation policy allows independent researchers to look for flaws in voter registration websites across the state's 88 counties.