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Attacking Network Protocols by James Forshaw

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FOREWORD

When I first met James Forshaw, I worked in what Popular Science described in 2007 as one of the top ten worst jobs in science: a “Microsoft Security Grunt.” This was the broad-swath label the magazine used for anyone working in the Microsoft Security Response Center (MSRC). What positioned our jobs as worse than “whale-feces researcher” but somehow better than “elephant vasectomist” on this list (so famous among those of us who suffered in Redmond, WA, that we made t-shirts) was the relentless drumbeat of incoming security bug reports in Microsoft products.

It was here in MSRC that James, with his keen and creative eye toward the uncommon and overlooked, first caught my attention as a security strategist. James was the author of some ...

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