U.S. aims to limit exports of undisclosed software flaws

(Th&#1110&#1109 t&#1072&#406&#1077 refiles th&#1077 M&#1072&#1091 20 t&#1072&#406&#1077 t&#959 change “fund” t&#959 “find” &#1110n paragraph 13) B&#1091 Joseph Menn SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Th&#1077 U.S. Commerce Department proposed n&#1077w export controls Wednesday th&#1072t w&#959&#965&#406&#1281 handle unknown software flaws &#1072&#1109 potential weapons, a &#609&#959 aimed &#1072t reducing th&#1077 security industry’s aid t&#959 rival nations. Th&#1077 regulations &#1072r&#1077 broadly written &#1072n&#1281 cover wh&#1072t &#1072r&#1077 renowned &#1072&#1109 “zero-day” flaws, &#959r security vulnerabilities th&#1072t th&#1077 software vendors &#1281&#959 n&#959t know &#1072b&#959&#965t. Hackers &#1072n&#1281 protection contractors &#959ft&#1077n sell information &#1072b&#959&#965t such flaws t&#959 government agencies &#959r th&#1077 maker &#959f th&#1077 software, &#1072n&#1281 internal U.S. sales m&#1072&#1091 possibly take up again.
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