GM offers bounty for software bugs

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Detroit – General Motors Co. offers a bounty on bugs in its vehicle software. Detroit-based automaker plans to bring in […]

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Microsoft bug reports up 121%, virtualization software bugs up 275%

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Zero Day Initiative (ZDI) has already paid researchers over $ 1 million for their vulnerability reports so far this year. […]

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Pagani recalls every Huayra BC hypercar for battery software bugs

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No matter how much money you spend on a car, there is a small chance that the automaker will have […]

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Apple markets its software bugs

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Wouldn’t you like your Android to have so many bugs? Apple’s buggy software is now so much a part of […]

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Apple takes it up a notch to eliminate software bugs

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Apple’s annual software the upgrade this spring will provide users with many new features: allowing a single set of apps […]

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Buglife wants to put the power of mobile software bug reporting in the hands of users – TechCrunch

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Every day we encounter bugs in mobile applications. They might crash or work in an unexpected way, but what if […]

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NFL changes Super Bowl safety procedures following Tom Brady’s Super Bowl game jersey theft last year

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MINNEAPOLIS – One of the weird stories after last year’s Super Bowl was the theft of New England Patriots quarterback […]

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Pakistan denies harassing wife and mother of Kulbhushan Jadhav, says security procedures have been agreed bilaterally-India News, Firstpost

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Pakistani Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif rejected Indian allegations of harassment of Kulbhushan Jadhav’s wife and mother, saying strict security procedures […]

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The year software bugs ate the world

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Look on the bright side, though: this year also turned out to be a year that provided an inordinate number […]

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Phil Schiller Says Apple’s 2017 Attributes Recent Software Bugs To ‘Bad Week’ In New Interview

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After a pair of interviews earlier this month, Apple chief marketing officer Phil Schiller recently spoke with The telegraph to […]

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What happens when acceptance criteria in software testing are missing?

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Acceptance criteria in software testing are so important – what happens when they are not there or are incomplete? QA […]

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What happens when acceptance criteria in software testing are missing?

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Acceptance criteria in software testing are so important – what happens when they are not there or are incomplete? QA […]

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The US government stores lists of “zero-day” software bugs that allow it to hack into iPhones

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When the US government couldn’t force Apple to give it access to the iPhone used by the shooter during the […]

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Klocwork 2017 finds and prioritizes software bugs faster

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Rogue Wave wants to make it even easier to find vulnerabilities on the fly with the release of Klocwork 2017. […]

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Bomb hoaxes test security procedures

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Monday’s bomb threats – directed at more than a dozen Jewish community centers in the United States and some Jewish […]

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Fiat Chrysler: help us find software bugs

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Fiat Chrysler Automobiles needs help finding bugs in their vehicles, and they’re willing to pay for your expertise. The automaker […]

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How to Use the Bugzilla Bug Tracker in Software Testing Projects

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Updated and maintained by the Mozilla Foundation, Bugzilla is an open source bug tracking tool that allows development and testing […]

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How to Use the Bugzilla Bug Tracker in Software Testing Projects

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Updated and maintained by the Mozilla Foundation, Bugzilla is an open source bug tracking tool that allows development and testing […]

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Swat Software Bugs Certified Software Testers

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Written by Aaron Axline Posted: September 14, 2015 Do you have a search and destroy […]

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Winston-Salem State University Athletics Announces New Stadium Security Procedures

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In the photo above: Security will be tighter at Bowman Gray Stadium during this year’s football season. (Photo by Erin […]

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Security strategies vs. Security procedures

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It seems a lot of people don’t understand the difference between security policies and procedures. When I ask to see […]

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Boston Marathon Safety Procedures Outlined

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State and local security officials say security for this year’s Boston Marathon will be similar to last year’s race, and […]

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Dodger fans can expect new stadium safety procedures during home games – NBC Los Angeles

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If you’re going to see the Boys in Blue take on the Los Angeles Angels at Dodger Stadium on Saturday […]

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The 5 most dangerous software bugs of 2014

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Face the Discovering new software flaws, even those that leave users exposed to serious security breaches, has long been a […]

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Requiem for a Bug – Software Verification: Testing and Static Analysis

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This article is part of the embedded software series: Forced Coding Using Ada Contracts Download this article in .PDF format […]

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5 most embarrassing software bugs in history

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In my American scientist Chronicle this month, I spoke out against the attitude of software companies that we, the public, […]

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Software bugs are the most common cause of mobile internet outages, study finds

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An increasing number of mobile internet outages have been caused by bugs, as networks have become increasingly dependent on software. […]

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NIST Testing Guide Targets Common Source of Software Bugs – GCN

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New testing help for the common cause of software bugs NIST publishes tutorial on automated testing of multiple variables By […]

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Epic Chess: 11 Notorious Software Bugs

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Mark your calendars! September 9 is declared debugging day. It’s been associated with bug removal for over 50 years now, […]

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A living market, legal and not, for software bugs

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But “over the past five years, fame seekers have disappeared,” said David Perry, global director of education at Trend Micro. […]

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