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I love the smell of whining in the morning... Dec 04 2009 08:24PM
Joel M Snyder (Joel Snyder Opus1 COM) (4 replies)
RE: I love the smell of whining in the morning... Dec 08 2009 02:04PM
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RE: I love the smell of whining in the morning... Dec 10 2009 05:09PM
Nelson Brito (nbrito sekure org)
RE: I love the smell of whining in the morning... Dec 08 2009 06:15PM
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Re: I love the smell of whining in the morning... Dec 08 2009 05:30PM
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Re: I love the smell of whining in the morning... Dec 07 2009 08:42PM
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RE: I love the smell of whining in the morning... Dec 07 2009 06:57PM
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Re: I love the smell of whining in the morning... Dec 07 2009 06:55PM
guiness.stout (guinness stout gmail com) (3 replies)
Re: I love the smell of whining in the morning... Dec 10 2009 10:48AM
Graeme Lightbody (graeme lightbody gmail com)
Re: I love the smell of whining in the morning... Dec 07 2009 10:06PM
Cian Brennan (cian brennan redbrick dcu ie)
On Mon, Dec 07, 2009 at 01:55:38PM -0500, guiness.stout wrote:
> I'm not sure if I am reading this correctly...
>
> "In fact, the results are significantly different from the results we
> found during paid private testing with this test house a few weeks
> ago."
>
> So they paid a 3rd party to come test their product is what I get from
> that sentence. Now that company is releasing the report? I could
> understand how they might be upset but was their no NDA or even SOW
> before the test? I've never heard of a company having a test like
> this done and not having something in place that says the results are
> confidential and to only be released to the client.
>
Sounds like they paid them to do the tests, and got one result, and then the
company did it again (independently, for publishing) and got a completely
different one.
> I'll be interested to see the report and who did the testing.
>
> On Fri, Dec 4, 2009 at 3:24 PM, Joel M Snyder <Joel.Snyder (at) opus1 (dot) com [email concealed]> wrote:
> > Before the report is even published by an un-named test lab, TippingPoint is
> > whining about the results.  I guess in the blogosphere, everyone can hear
> > you scream...
> >
> > "In the next several days, a report will be published by a small
> > third-party test house that evaluated various intrusion prevention
> > solutions...As much as we would like to endorse the report and interspersed
> > commentary, we are unable to do so. There are more than a few discrepancies
> > between the report findings and what our customers have experienced, what we
> > have found in our own testing and other third-party test results. In fact,
> > the results are significantly different from the results we found during
> > paid private testing with this test house a few weeks ago. We made every
> > effort to engage with this test house and understand the gap between the
> > report findings and the various other test findings. We even asked the test
> > house to briefly delay the report until we could work together to reconcile
> > the differences. The test house refused to do so. It's unfortunate this type
> > of information has been [sic] published but we will nonetheless continue to
> > work on behalf of our customers and engage with third-party test houses to
> > validate and help us improve our industry leading solutions."
> >
> > http://tippingpointblog.com/
> >
> > jms
> > --
> > Joel M Snyder, 1404 East Lind Road, Tucson, AZ, 85719
> > Senior Partner, Opus One       Phone: +1 520 324 0494
> > jms (at) Opus1 (dot) COM [email concealed]                http://www.opus1.com/jms
> >
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