A great new opportunity for IT security companies which sell products to detect bugs in software automatically (static analysis) - report some vulnerabilities after running your program on a bunch of software applications and feature your own product in the “Provided and/or discovered by” field without ever giving details of the error! The last one is important, never give details! That’s sleek, that’s modern that’s seemingly a new initiative by Secunia to support third party security companies. One of the first to take advantage of this new initiative is GLEG Ltd. from Russia.
Indeed, if Secunia is going to accept and document “unspecified errors” as proof of concept for issuing advisories, they are providing a way for discrediting companies without substantiation. It appears that a "word to the wise" may now be required when reading the Secunia advisories.