OpenBSD Journal

a October Crypto-Gram released

Contributed by Dengue on from the contender dept.

Bruce Schneier has released the October issue of Crypto-Gram . Highlights include: Semantic Attacks: The Third Wave of Network Attacks , his thoughts on the AES process from the perspective of one of the finalists, and NSA on Security .

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  1. By TNT () fugqja@ovtsbbg.pbz on mailto:fugqja@ovtsbbg.pbz

    A few format string vulnerabilities in OpenBSD... IMHO that subject should been on this month's Cryptogram, especially given the fact that an OpenBSD vulnerability is not quite something you see every day.


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