Packet Storm Law and Legal Definition

Packet Storm refers to a unique computer security resource offering both current and historical security tools, exploits, advisories, and white papers. It provides network security professionals, researchers, and all other interested individuals with the ability to analyze and learn from the tools, processes and mindsets of their opponents, as well as offering the tools needed to build and test defenses against them.

Since full disclosure of security issues is the only effective way to both push the development of secure software and to ensure that issues are rapidly identified and resolved, the packet storm is firmly committed to archiving and providing the most complete set of security tools and papers available to the technical community at large, irrespective of commercial, political, or any other bias.