I picked this one up from Slashdot (yes, I still read it sometimes):

Following a blog post by security company Secunia, VideoLAN (vendor of popular VLC media player) president Jean-Baptiste Kempf accuses Secunia of lying in a blog post titled ‘More lies from Secunia.’ It seems that Secunia and Jean-Baptiste Kempf have different views on whether a vulnerability has been patched.

Read the VideoLAN response. It has specifics on the bugs, response times, and patches. Seems like Secunia is at fault here, and while we often ding vendors for poor disclosure responses, researchers also have responsibilities.