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[http://www.ranum.com/security/computer_security/editorials/codetools/ How do you know your code is secure?] - [Joe] - Wait until someone pwns it, of course! I like these quotes: "The more complicated the program is, the harder it is to get it right.
 
[http://www.ranum.com/security/computer_security/editorials/codetools/ How do you know your code is secure?] - [Joe] - Wait until someone pwns it, of course! I like these quotes: "The more complicated the program is, the harder it is to get it right.
 
It's really hard to tell the difference between a program that works and one that just appears to work"
 
It's really hard to tell the difference between a program that works and one that just appears to work"
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[http://www.cbc.ca/technology/story/2007/01/10/rfid-defence.html "bugging" coins with RFID] - [Joe] - "Canadian coins containing tiny transmitters have mysteriously turned up in the pockets of at least three American contractors who visited Canada, says a branch of the U.S. Department of Defence. Security experts believe the miniature devices could be used to track the movements of defence industry personnel dealing in sensitive military technology."

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Is Blackdragon doing the notes this week? if not, I'll get it started...

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How do you know your code is secure? - [Joe] - Wait until someone pwns it, of course! I like these quotes: "The more complicated the program is, the harder it is to get it right. It's really hard to tell the difference between a program that works and one that just appears to work"

"bugging" coins with RFID - [Joe] - "Canadian coins containing tiny transmitters have mysteriously turned up in the pockets of at least three American contractors who visited Canada, says a branch of the U.S. Department of Defence. Security experts believe the miniature devices could be used to track the movements of defence industry personnel dealing in sensitive military technology."