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Memory safety is the first step, not the last, towards secure software
Changelog Newsletter_Changelog: Deja vu on the edge
The U.S. government and technology giants alike are urging developers to replace C and C++ with modern, memory-safe languages like Rust. Will it be enough?
Welcome to Commit 09_26_2023, featuring reports on the public-private partnerships that enable U.S. surveillance, a max-severity vulnerability and more.
Welcome to Commit 09_25_2023, with coverage of the group that hacked MGM resorts, a new iOS spyware exploit chain and more.
Welcome to Changelog for 9/21/23, published by Synack! README senior editor Nathaniel Mott here with Signal's plans for quantum computing and other infosec news.
Experts say the sensitive data law firms hold and their lagging attention to cybersecurity make them prime targets.
Hello! Welcome to Commit 09_19_2023. README senior editor Nathaniel Mott here with the latest infosec news, starting with ShroudedSnooper and ShadowDragon.
Hello! Welcome to Commit, a companion to Changelog intended to help you stay on top of infosec news in between installments of our weekly newsletter.
Welcome to Changelog for 9/14/23. README senior editor Nathaniel Mott here with the latest on MGM Resorts, a Chrome zero-day and the week's top infosec news.
At least one person has died as what was arguably the direct result of a digital attack on a hospital, but cybercriminals seem unlikely to stop.