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Frankenstein Programmers at UT Dallas Test a Cybersecurity Monster


August 24, 2012

Kevin Hamlen To catch a thief, you have to think like one. University of Texas at Dallas computer scientists are trying to stay one step ahead of cyberattackers by creating their own monster. Their monster can cloak itself as it steals and reconfigures information in a computer program. Full Story

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