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REDSTONE ARSENAL, Ala., Sept. 10, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- The Javelin™ Joint Venture team, a partnership of Raytheon Company (NYSE: RTN) and Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT), successfully fired Javelin missiles from a Kongsberg remote launcher mounted on a Titan unmanned ground vehicle built by QinetiQ North America and Milrem Robotics. The demonstrations, conducted at the U.S. Army Redstone Test Center, Alabama, validated the integration of the weapon station, missile and vehicle.
"Qinetiq" is an invented name. "Qi" is supposed to reflect the company's energy, "net" its networking ability, and "iq" its intellectual resources. The name was adopted in early 2001 as a marker of Defence Evaluation and Research Agency (DERA) privatisation; the rebranding reportedly came at a cost of £400,000.
At some point in the next few weeks, the Supreme Court is going to need to intercede and lay down The rules.
Happy holidays to all Ghidra users! In the spirit of giving, we have provided one last patch release for 2019, Ghidra_9.1.1,, and we look forward to more collaboration with the open source community in 2020! Download at ghidra-sre.org
The National Security Agency released the source code of Ghidra, its reverse engineering tool, April 4..
This source code repository includes instructions to build on all supported platforms (macOS, Linux, and Windows). With this release, developers will be able to collaborate by creating patches, and extending the tool to fit their cybersecurity needs.
The source code is available for download at ghidra-sre.org along with the 9.1.1 patch.
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