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Errors, Exploits, and Espionage - A tour of software vulnerabilities and their real-world impact

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This talk looks at the lifespan of a small number of software exploits. It considers the initial vulnerability, how it is exploited in the real world , and the motivations of actors involved in launching attacks. There will be technical examples of SQL Injection, Remote Code Execution and design-level weaknesses, along with how the use of these affects the world at large.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Wednesday Seminars series.

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