[ZDNet] Ethical Hacking, book review: A hands-on guide for would-be security professionals

Daniel G Graham’s book won’t help hackers who already have a wide range of tools to attack networks and devices. But it will help defenders who want to turn those techniques to more benevolent use.

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[TheRecord] New Trojan Source attack impacts compilers for most programming languages

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