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Just blogged: First TAS security bug details revealed #icann #newgtlds #gtld

First TAS security bug details revealed Kevin Murphy , April 18, 2012, 07:22:57 (UTC), Domain Registries The data leakage bug in ICANN’s TLD Application System was caused when applicants attempted to delete files they had uploaded, the organization has revealed. In his latest daily update into the six-day-old TAS downtime, chief operating officer Akram Atallah wrote this morning: ICANN’s review of the technical glitch that resulted in the TLD application system being taken offline indicates that the issue stems from a problem in the way the system handled interrupted deletions of file attachments. This resulted in some applicants being able to see some other applicants’ file names and user names. This sounds rather like an applicant’s file names may have become visible to others if the applicant attempted to delete the file (perhaps in order to upload a revised version) an...

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