NSA Releases GHIDRA 9.0 — Free, Powerful Reverse Engineering Tool

The United States’ National Security Agency (NSA) today finally released GHIDRA version 9.0 for free, the agency’s home-grown classified software reverse engineering tool that agency experts have been using internally for over a decade to hunt down security bugs in software and applications.

GHIDRA is a Java-based reverse engineering framework that features a graphical user interface (GUI)

The United States’ National Security Agency (NSA) today finally released GHIDRA version 9.0 for free, the agency’s home-grown classified software reverse engineering tool that agency experts have been using internally for over a decade to hunt down security bugs in software and applications.

GHIDRA is a Java-based reverse engineering framework that features a graphical user interface (GUI)

New Google Chrome Zero-Day Vulnerability Found Actively Exploited in the Wild

You must update your Google Chrome immediately to the latest version of the web browsing application.

Security researcher Clement Lecigne of Google’s Threat Analysis Group discovered and reported a high severity vulnerability in Chrome late last month that could allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code and take full control of the computers.

The vulnerability, assigned as

You must update your Google Chrome immediately to the latest version of the web browsing application.

Security researcher Clement Lecigne of Google’s Threat Analysis Group discovered and reported a high severity vulnerability in Chrome late last month that could allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code and take full control of the computers.

The vulnerability, assigned as

Trust, or Lack of It, Is a Key Theme on RSAC Keynote Stage

Neither machines nor humans might be entirely trustworthy, but the cooperation of the two might be the answer to issues of misinformation, deep fake videos, and other issues of trust, say security leaders.

Neither machines nor humans might be entirely trustworthy, but the cooperation of the two might be the answer to issues of misinformation, deep fake videos, and other issues of trust, say security leaders.