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The Hack the Air Force 2.0 bug bounty program kicked off earlier this month with researchers finding a critical vulnerability that could have been exploited to gain access to a network of the U.S. Department of Defense.

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The backdrop to the U.S. government’s first public-facing bug bounty program announced earlier this year was that the Hack the Pentagon program was a way to connect with legitimate researchers and make a subtle plea for help. On Friday, Veterans Day, the U.S. Army became the second critical agency to announce a reward program, and […]

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The #pentagon‘s chief information officer is calling for an international set of “#rules of engagement” for cyber #warfare. “Rules of the road that apply whether you are inside #dod or frankly if you are on your own [computer] system,” explained Terry Halvorsen, the Defense Department’s #cio, at a cyber-security summit in Washington on Thursday. Halvorsen […]

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