Risky Business #310 -- Export exploits? Wassenaar says no
On this week's show we're chatting with COSEINC's Thomas Lim about the Wassenaar Arrangement. It's basically a worldwide framework that restricts the sale of munitions and dual use technologies, and it has exploits in its sites.
COSEINC is a security research company that engages in exploit development, and Lim thinks extending regulations to exploit sales is pointless.
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Adam Boileau, as always, joins us to discuss the week's news headlines. They can be found in this week's show notes.
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