Tagged: Security

DefSec – a reply

This was originally supposed to be a short comment to Default Security part 2[0], but that got quickly out of hand. I’m hoping that pingbacks work.

[0] http://people-and-technology.blogspot.com/2011/09/default-security-operating-systems-part_07.html

For an example of updates explicitly designed for security, see [1] and [2]. Here is an example of the DigiNotar CA breach (it is arguable that the ssl CA system itself is flawed, but that’s an issue for another blog post), and how updates protect end users in real-time.

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