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So, I recently saw a study claiming that memory management-related issues constituted 25% of attacks, the rest was other vectors. I may be misremembering, but in any case, simply getting rid of memory faults does not get rid of all attack vectors.

Given this, I wonder if the (seemingly) added complexity of Rust could result in more attack surfaces of other kinds.

I don't know anything about Rust mind you.




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