A security researcher launched this month a web portal that lists vulnerabilities in the code of common malware strains. The researcher hopes other security professionals will use the bugs to crash, disable, and uninstall malware on infected hosts as part of incident response operations.
Created and launched by bug hunter John Page, the new MalVuln portal is available at malvuln.com.
The site itself is your typical vulnerability disclosure portal. It lists the software’s name (in this case, the malware’s name), describes the vulnerability in technical detail, and provides proof-of-concept (PoC) exploit code so others can reproduce the