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2017-10-16 | KRACK, G-7 Cybersecurity Elements for Financial Sector, and AppSec USA videos

Monday, October 16


  • It’s KRACK coordinated disclosure day. Flaw in WPA2 protocol leaves Wi-Fi traffic open to eavesdropping discovered by Mathy Vanhoef and Frank Piessens of Belgian university KU Leuven (go #teambelgium). So what now? - Alex Hudson shares some thoughts.


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Amid all the attention on Pyongyang’s progress in developing a nuclear weapon capable of striking the continental United States, the North Koreans have also quietly developed a cyberprogram that is stealing hundreds of millions of dollars and proving capable of unleashing global havoc.

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