Vuln dated 1965

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    • #4598
      bamed
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      I was digging threw the Open Source Vulnerability Database and decided to sort by date.  That’s when I noticed the OSVB went back to 1965!

      http://osvdb.org/browse/by_disclosure_date/1965

      Guess I’m just showing how young I am (30 is young?), but I was impressed to see a documented vulnerability that far back.  They had computer back then?

    • #28655
      oneeyedcarmen
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      The abacus was vulnerable to data corruption if it was shaken  😉

    • #28656
      unsupported
      Participant

      It was not just a computer, it was a mainframe!

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IBM_7090

      Learn your history, or else you are doomed to repeat it. 🙂

      I wonder if anyone learned to spell boobs on an abacus…

    • #28657
      timmedin
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      @oneeyedcarmen wrote:

      The abacus was vulnerable to data corruption if it was shaken  😉

      Classic! Someone should submit it to mitre.

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