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Overestimating WebAssembly's Security Benefits Is Risky for Developers

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NCC Group technical director Justin Engler and security consultant Tyler Lukasiewicz explain that while WebAssembly technology can promise both better performance and better security to developers, it also creates a new risk for native exploits in the browser. Filmed at the Dark Reading News Desk at Black Hat USA 2018.

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