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by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#1608 Linux kernel bugs: we add them in and then take years to get them out
Kees Cook is a Google techie and security researcher whose interests include the Linux Kernel Self Protection Project.

The idea of “self-protection” doesn’t mean giving up on trying to create secure code in the first place, of course.

It may sound like an irony, but I’m happy to accept that writing secure code requires that you simultaneously write code that is predicated on insecurity.
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#1608 Linux kernel bugs: we add them in and then take years to get them out
#1607 Oracle puts out 253 fixes and a request to please apply patches NOW!
#1606 Your dynamic IP address is now protected personal data under EU law
#1605 Russian hacker, wanted by FBI, is arrested in Prague, Czechs say
#1604 Flaw in Intel chips could make malware attacks more potent
#1603 LinkedIn says hacking suspect is tied to breach that stole 117M passwords
#1602 Spreading the DDoS disease and selling the cure
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