[SecurityWeek] Nearly 100 TCP/IP Stack Vulnerabilities Found During 18-Month Research Project

An 18-month research project has resulted in the discovery of nearly 100 vulnerabilities across more than a dozen TCP/IP stacks.

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[HackerNews] US Sanctions Cryptocurrency Exchange SUEX for Aiding Ransomware Gangs

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[SecurityWeek] GitLab Releases Open Source Tool for Hunting Malicious Code in Dependencies

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[ThreatPost] SASE & Zero Trust: The Dream Team

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