"The Case for Memory Safe Roadmaps" CIA, FBI & Global Cyber Security agencies pan C/C++

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  • attack-stix-data

    STIX data representing MITRE ATT&CK

  • We do have a good idea about what sort of attacks are common. There is a whole framework for how ATP's operate and there are lists of which attack methods they currently prefer to use. https://attack.mitre.org/

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  • scpptool

    scpptool is a command line tool to help enforce a memory and data race safe subset of C++.

  • Ideally we'd want static enforcement of a safe subset of C++, just like Rust has, right? (plugging my project)

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