As these examples suggest, focusing on the shortcomings of bridges while failing to address ground-level security measures is not the way forward. Bridges per se are not the problem; technology is, after all, agnostic. The most common factor across exploits is human error. Post-hack investigations and subsequent fixes often serve to highlight our age-old tendency to close the barn door only after a horse has bolted.
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