[Cryptography] North Korea and Sony

Ray Dillinger bear at sonic.net
Thu Dec 11 15:44:45 EST 2014

On 12/10/2014 05:13 PM, Bill Frantz wrote:
> On 12/9/14 at 7:41 PM, bear at sonic.net (Ray Dillinger) wrote:
>> We shouldn't have to work out how to PREVENT mail clients from
>> opening executable attachments; we should be establishing legal
>> frameworks for recovering the entirely forseeable losses from
>> the criminally negligent entities who make mail clients which
>> CAN!
> More importantly, we should automatically open any program in a limited
> authority space which limits its ability to access/change things to
> "need to know".

Right now there do not seem to be any capability-based secure
Operating systems that have reached a level of development
making them viable as real options for real companies to be
using for everyday work.

Could this be fixed?


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