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Submission + - Georgia Tech researcher flags flaw in open-source vets health system (networkworld.com)

JG0LD writes: Georgia Tech graduate student Doug Mackey didn’t set out to fix a potentially disastrous issue in a major government healthcare records system – originally, he’d simply meant to outline the relative vulnerability of large government computer systems in general to attacks by foreign governments, as a final project for a Master's in Information Security degree.
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Georgia Tech researcher flags flaw in open-source vets health system

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