New Programming Language Weaves Security Into Code

New Programming Language Weaves Security Into Code

A pair of researchers at Cornell University are developing a new programming language which requires coders to build secure applications. “Fabric” is a set of extensions for Java that build security policies right into the code.


The language is still in the testing phase, but its developers have more than $2 million in government grants to help get the project to a usable state.

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