An Analysis of Software Supply Chain Attacks

Not since the very dawn of computing has software had one author. With the advent of the first assembly languages in 1949, software was used to help write software, with the end result being a joint product of the authors of both bits of software. And in 1984, Ken Thompson described how this might be a problem.

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