back to article Infosec controls relaxed a little after latest Wassenaar meeting

Without much fanfare, negotiators crafting changes to the Wassenaar Arrangement earlier this month moved to make things easier for infosec white-hats. Wassenaar is an arms-control pact in which more than 40 nations agreed to limit the export of certain types of weaponry and "dual-use products." Usually this covers conventional …

  1. amanfromMars 1 Silver badge

    Big Brother ..... but not as you may have known him?

    So, RC, the machines have won the war, with humans no more than just future spectators to virtual systems vulnerabilities exploited?

    It is surely what you have reported, is it not?

    And does such practically guarantee changed times and new space places?

    The posit here is that it most definitely does .... and all dogged failures to engage ensures both novel and disruptive and creative journeys beyond simply complex command and politically correct human control/SMARTR Input for Almost Perfect Output.

  2. John Smith 19 Gold badge
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    So vuln disclosures can be made quickly across national boundaries without needing a license

    Sounds like a good thing and a victory for (sadly not very) common sense.

    But let's keep digging into that text. Where there's one nasty, there's likely to be more.

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