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More than 100 bugs discovered in US Homeland Security systems

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Apr
2022
More than 100 bugs discovered in US Homeland Security systems

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More than 100 bugs have been discovered in the systems of the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS), some of which were deemed critical.

As reported by The Register, the government organization recently kicked off its “Hack DHS” program, a three-phase event with the goal of tightening up network security.

The first phase was about discovering vulnerabilities on DHS endpoints, and the hackathon participants duly delivered. A total of 450 security researchers took part in the event, and managed to discover 122 vulnerabilities in DHS systems (27 of which were described as critical).

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