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  • A group of over 30 national and international computer security groups on
    Tuesday released a list of the
    25 most
    dangerous programming errors
    as part of an effort to make the custom
    software business more accountable.

    For the U.S., where recent cyber attacks against Google and dozens of other
    companies have underscored the porousness of computer networks, this is a
    welcome development.

    "We believe that integrity of hardware and software products is a critical
    element of cybersecurity," The Office of the Director of National Intelligence
    said in a statement. "Creating more secure software is a fundamental aspect of
    system and network security, given that the federal government and the nation's
    critical infrastructure depend on commercial products for business operations.
    The Top 25 programming errors initiative is an important component of an overall
    security initiative for our country. We applaud this effort and encourage the
    utility of this tool through other venues such as cyber education."

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