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Unbeknownst to exploit writers, the seemingly mouth-watering bugs would be bogus and non-exploitable Researchers at New York University have come up with an unconventional defensive technique that could ultimately deter attackers from even trying to write exploits targeting software vulnerabilities. In a departure with the usual ways of addressing bugs, which normally involve eliminating known
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The slew of vulnerabilities – since patched – were found without the use of automated testing tools A team of seven researchers has discovered more than 20 security vulnerabilities in OpenEMR, an open-source application used worldwide for the electronic management of the medical records of almost 100 million people. In keeping with the principles of