Can I jut say, “Argh!“? Granted, his presentation has been mirrored everywhere on the Internet, so the information is essentially free and unquashable. But, still, I hate the message this sends, that security notices can be squelched by companies with enough money. Granted, effectively, nothing was suppressed, thanks to the activist community, but come on. This is going to make the next Mike Flynn think twice. The better public action, in my mind, would have been to honestly review Flynn’s materials, own up to anything that was legitimate, and work with him to effect solid fixes. History shows that the market won’t necessarily flee when companies react with honesty and integrity, even if it means admission of a flaw or vulnerable and the incorrect perception of a wider window of exposure.