The writing is on the wall. It's possible that future exploits found in operating systems and software may no longer be reported to the responsible parties. First, take a look here: We've known that Google has paid bounties for quite some time. But there's a more disturbing trend. That's a price list for vulnerabilities found today. And it seems that governments are paying handsomely for these exploits. In a ZDNet interview, Christopher Soghoian states: The interview goes on with this clarification: There are high level teams that no longer compete in the Pwn2Own competitions. There's far more money to be made by selling out to the highest bidder. And who tends to buy these vulnerabilities? Our own government for one. Yep, our very own government is selling us down the river by buying these vulnerabilities. Think they're passing them on to Microsoft, Adobe or Apple? HAH! Read more here for an absolutely wonderful way to start your week.