New US IT security bill would force NSA to report WannaCry-style zero-day flaws

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New US IT security bill would force NSA to report WannaCry-style zero-day flaws
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New US IT security bill would force NSA to report WannaCry-style zero-day flaws

But not publicly, or to the software vendor itself

A new bill has been presented to the US Congress that would force the National Security Agency (NSA) to alert other US government agencies of security flaws it finds in software - such as the Microsoft...

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