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College Town: WPI computer scientist developing anti-hacking technology – News – telegram.com

A computer scientist at Worcester Polytechnic Institute has a plan to thwart malware attacks through the use of a new technology. The technology, known as single-use services, is being developed by Craig Shue, associate professor of computer science, with a three-year, $265,631 grant from the National Science Foundation. It is designed to prevent an attack …

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WPI Computer Scientist Developing New Technology to “Contain” Hackers’ Attacks

Shue’s approach uses a technology called “containerization” that will be invisible to end users, but will change how they interact with search engines, news sites, online stores, and other types of websites. Instead of being given direct access to an actual webserver, as happens now, each user will interact with a temporary copy, or instance, …

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