Just as we had begun to feel safeguarded from the recent spell of crypto-related threats, yet another vulnerability impacting online security is unveiled.
DUHK — Don’t Use Hard-coded Keys – is the third in a series of threats that hit the headlines earlier this month. It has the potential to affect traffic from leading VPN vendors by decrypting and reading communications passing over so-called ‘secure’ encrypted connections and web browsing sessions.
The award, presented by Jean-Marc Triscone, Vice Rector, University of Geneva (UNIGE), was given to the trio in honour of their significant contribution to the scientific community.
This is the latest in a series of international accolades received by IDQ over the years. On presenting the award, Jean-Marc Triscone commented on the significant technological advancements made by IDQ and the crucial role that quantum technology will have on “the security of the future”.