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The Army is now on GitHub

The military is teaming up with civic hackers on a cybersecurity tool.

Inside the U.S. Army's "Cyber Center of Excellence" in Augusta, Ga. (Photo by Flickr user Georgia National Guard, used under a Creative Commons license)

The U.S. Army has made a computer security project available on GitHub, according to a Sunday article in the Baltimore Sun.
The project is designed to make it easier to detect coordination among hackers who may be targeting the Army. Since releasing the code in December, 700 projects have used it, the Sun’s Ian Duncan reports.
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Check out the U.S. Army Research Lab’s GitHub presence here.

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