Flashpoint came out swinging today against an independent researcher who reported that the security company’s public-facing website was serving malware.

In what Flashpoint called an "after action report," the company denied the website was itself infected with malware, but did admit that on April 12-13 the WordPress Yuzo Related Posts plugin used on the site was susceptible to a zero day flaw that was being exploited. However, the company flatly denied Dancho Danchev’s statement that Flashpoint was delivering malware to its site’s visitors.

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