Here's the latest episode in the popular "Chet Chat" series.
Join Chet and Duck as they discuss what we can learn from recent security news in this quarter-hour podcast.
Chester talks to Paul Ducklin in Sophos Security Chet Chat Episode 101.
Spend an enjoyable quarter-hour as our duo take on a range of security issues with their usual mixture of insight, expertise, scepticism, advice and occasional outright puzzlement.
Public-key encryption relies on a pair of cryptographic keys, one public and the other private.
You'd think that programmers would be able to tell which one to keep private and which one to make public, wouldn't you?
Kiwicon opened with a software engineering talk which was intensely focused - a case study of a single-line bug in a single source file in a single module in a 70MBbyte programming language distro.
Paul Ducklin reports from Wellington, New Zealand.
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