Latest update: July 10, 2019 ID: 12428
We at Kaspersky believe that everyone – from home computer users and small companies to large corporations and governments – has the right to be free from cybersecurity fears. We have therefore made it our mission to provide the world’s most effective, responsive and efficient protection against cyber-threats. However, for these rare occasions when unintended software flaws are discovered under various circumstances, our experts are always ready investigate the information reported to us and implement the best course of action in the tightest time period possible. We are following the guidelines of responsible disclosure to ensure our customers address potential vulnerabilities as quickly as possible and are able to mitigate the associated risks.
What is a vulnerability?
A Security Vulnerability is defined as a weakness or flaw found in a product or related service component(s) that could be exploited to allow an attacker to compromise the integrity and undermine the regular behavior of the product or service component(s), even when deployed in an approved and properly supported configuration.