Right after the months of Apple, PHP and browsers bugs, 2 “security researchers” have decided to follow the “Month of Bugs” trend and make April a month of daily MySpace vulnerability disclosures. According to the duo, the main goal of this new effort is not really about making MySpace more secure but more about showing the absurdity of the concept to the security community.
The MySpace hackers launched their project late Thursday expressing simultaneous enthusiasm and disdain for the task ahead. “If it ends up being just as lame as the Month of Apple Bugs, then we haven’t really missed the mark. If it’s funnier, then great,” they wrote on their project’s blog. “If it kills this Month of Whatever fad, then hurray for everyone, it’s over.”