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Widespread media coverage for Dr Budi Arief on WhatsApp flaw Dr Arief, from the School of Computing, has been cited in over 250 publications including The Daily Mail, The Scotsman and This is Money since providing a comment about a major security flaw discovered in the popular messaging service WhatsApp. His comment on the issue was as follows: 'It demonstrates the importance of keeping your software update. I'm not particularly surprised by this development, this happ...

17 May 2019

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Cockapoo cuddles during revision Monty the cockapoo will be returning to the Canterbury campus to offer hugs to students during the busy revision and exam period. Monty, who is a regular visitor to the School, will be in The Shed in Cornwallis quad on Friday 17 May from 10.00-12.00. Orla Garratt, Marketing and Communications Manager for the School said, ‘Monty loves the attention that he gets when he visits our students. He is especially popular with students who have pets at their fa...

9 May 2019

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New social space open for undergraduates A new common room has opened in time for students to relax and collaborate in during the exam term. The room, for the exclusive use of Computing undergraduates, will be open from 8.00-19.00 Monday to Friday. The common room on the ground floor of the Cornwallis building in Canterbury is the latest change in a series of updates to the building to make it more modern and welcoming. The common room is deliberately close to the placements team, employability and...

7 May 2019

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