Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 8th Aug 2006 19:21 UTC
Privacy, Security, Encryption "You've probably heard of full disclosure, the security philosophy that calls for making public all details of vulnerabilities. It has been the subject of debates among researchers, vendors, and security firms. But the story that grabbed most of the headlines at the Black Hat Briefings in Las Vegas last week was based on a different type of disclosure. For lack of a better name, I'll call it faux disclosure. Here's why."
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RE: The buck stops with...
by Pseudo Cyborg on Wed 9th Aug 2006 21:48 UTC in reply to "The buck stops with..."
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"I really grow tired of this tollerance of computer faults. People don't accept it from their car alarms, their home alarms, their televisions, their ovens or lawn mowers, yet for some reason people seem to tollerate it from computers."

I've often wondered about this myself and it is rather ridiculous. With computers and hardware, it's so common that things don't work as advertised that it's almost a given.

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