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The Security Puzzle

There is no such thing as a zero security risk. No matter what you build and how you build it, there will be bad guys lurking at the door, trying to get in. This week my guest is Paul Kocher (Cryptography Research Inc.) and we’re looking at the trends in security in WiFi-enabled designs and discussing how you can solve the puzzling security problems in your next design.

Also this week, I check out the new Pi Store and give everyone the chance to win a Zedboard courtesy of Xilinx. 

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Fish Fry Links – December 17, 2012

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