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Does the word "secure" guarantee safety?

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Do you agree with Jonathan Yarden that people often assume something is secure because it says it is? Did the OpenSSL and OpenSSH vulnerabilities affect your company? Tell us about your experiences dealing with OpenSSL and OpenSSH vulnerabilities, as featured in this week's Internet Security Focus e-newsletter. Then, rate the helpfulness of this column from 1 to 5, with 5 being the highest.

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Win2000 EAL4 Evaluation ... secure moi?

by attilathehun1900 In reply to Does the word "secure" gu ...

For a view on 'certified security' for (whisper it) Windows, I point correspondents and readers at the article entitled, "Understanding the Windows 2000 EAL4 Evaluation, Jonathan S. Shapiro" available at:
http://www.csl.sri.com/users/risko/risks.txt

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Win2000 EAL4 Evaluation ... secure moi?

by attilathehun1900 In reply to Does the word "secure" gu ...

For a view on 'certified security' for (whisper it) Windows, I point correspondents and readers at the article entitled, "Understanding the Windows 2000 EAL4 Evaluation, Jonathan S. Shapiro" available at:
http://www.csl.sri.com/users/risko/risks.txt

AtH

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Win2000 EAL4 certification ... secure mo

by attilathehun1900 In reply to Does the word "secure" gu ...

For a view on 'certified security' for (whisper it) Windows, I point correspondents and readers at the article entitled, "Understanding the Windows 2000 EAL4 Evaluation, Jonathan S. Shapiro" available at:
http://www.csl.sri.com/users/risko/risks.txt

AtH

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Win2000 EAL4 certification ... secure mo

by attilathehun1900 In reply to Does the word "secure" gu ...

For a view on 'certified security' for (whisper it) Windows, I point correspondents and readers at the article entitled, "Understanding the Windows 2000 EAL4 Evaluation, Jonathan S. Shapiro" available at:
http://www.csl.sri.com/users/risko/risks.txt

AtH

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Win2000 EAL4 evaluation ... secure moi?

by attilathehun1900 In reply to Does the word "secure" gu ...

For a view on 'certified security' for (whisper it) Windows, I point correspondents and readers at the article entitled, "Understanding the Windows 2000 EAL4 Evaluation, Jonathan S. Shapiro" available at:
http://www.csl.sri.com/users/risko/risks.txt

AtH

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by sabrodiesel2000 In reply to Does the word "secure" gu ...

well it doesnt mean it is secured full-time but it might be able to give the service as something called maximum possible security or maybe just the text written with the link.

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