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Thursday, January 30, 2014
Not Making a Statement is a Statement in its Own Right [AUDIO]
Earlier this week, OWASP released a statement after an internal debate regarding recent allegations that RSA had weakened its encryption while receiving $10 million dollars from the NSA. There was heated discussion about whether or not to publish a statement. Would it be perceived as political? What is OWASP’s responsibility when it comes to defending the trustworthiness of software?