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Language-theoretic security or LangSec is a cyber-security approach that aims at eliminating cyber-risks from their programming roots. From this new perspective, all Internet cyber-risks originate in ad-hoc programming and untrusted inputs that form layer upon layer of coding with potential embedded vulnerabilities. Ensuring a base security level for the coding languages would eliminate an important […]

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Microsoft announced on Friday that it’s offering rewards of up to $15,000 for serious vulnerabilities found in Nano Server. Nano Server, a new installation option available in Windows Server 2016, is a remotely administered server operating system designed for datacenters and private clouds.

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Should you be able to plead the Fifth when a judge forces you to use your fingerprints to unlock an iPhone? That’s the latest ongoing debate in a Los Angeles courtroom after a judge compelled a woman in custody to use Touch ID to unlock an iPhone. Legal experts are arguing that this goes against […]

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Popular collaboration and communication firm Slack rushed to plugged a security hole in its platform Thursday that was leaking some of its users’ private chats and files for anyone to access. Slack, a leading tool used by companies to communicate internally, was alerted by security firm Detectify Labs who discovered Slack users were unwittingly sharing […]

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Thousands of American companies that do business in Europe directly or online with European customers will need to start reckoning with new EU data privacy regulations that are due to go into full effect in just two years, according to the International Association of Information Technology Asset Managers (IAITAM). “These are sweeping changes to how […]

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