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Binary Hardening in IoT products

Last year, the team at CITL looked into the state of binary hardening features in IoT firmware. Since then we’ve added more vendors and refreshed our analytic techniques. This post will catch you up on the latest findings and developments.

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Slowly but surely, browsers are becoming more secure

The CITL, which thinks of itself as Consumer Reports for software (and has actually partnered with Consumer Reports to broaden its reach), is one of a few independent initiatives that analyzes code and publicly reports on its findings. Its report acknowledges that browsers are challenging to secure because of their inherent complexity. Major browsers contain millions of lines of code to which hundreds of developers contribute.    

–The Parallax

Rating software security Consumer Reports-style

The poor security of much enterprise software can be dramatically improved at low cost with the compile-time equivalents of seatbelts and airbags. With that in mind, the Cyber Independent Testing Lab (CITL) is building a Consumer Reports-style rating systems to grade the security of thousands of software binaries.    

–CSO

No wonder cybersecurity is so bad - There's no way to measure it

When the founders of a new nonprofit assessing the cybersecurity of software for consumers were trying to develop a scoring system that would rate programs depending on which security features they used, they encountered a “mind-blowing” problem. No one had ever measured how well such features actually worked.    

–Cyberscoop

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