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How Can We Stop ‘ROP’ Cyberattacks?

IBM recently announced a software-oriented solution to help eradicate attacks by return-oriented programming (ROP) malware. ROP malware is a significant and growing problem in the industry. Crafty hackers will use snippets of code from other trusted programs and stitch them together to create their attacks. This method has become a very popular and effective technique for […] The post How Can We Stop ‘ROP’ Cyberattacks? appeared first on McAfee.
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