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What is a security flaw?
What is a security flaw? Aside from the tongue-in-cheek definition that a security flaw is "anything which allows Bad People to do Bad Things", there has been little said about this and even less agreed upon. In this talk, I will consider both real and hypothetical bugs and how they were or should be classified, and conclude by giving my answer to this question.

speaker: Colin Percival

location: SITE H0104

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