[SecurityWeek] ‘Trojan Source’ Attack Abuses Unicode to Inject Vulnerabilities Into Code

Researchers from the University of Cambridge have identified a new attack method that abuses Unicode to stealthily inject vulnerabilities into code.

Dubbed Trojan Source, the attack impacts many of the compilers, interpreters, code editors, and code repository frontend services used by software developers.

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