Scot McPhee on 16 Jan 2001 01:03:06 -0000

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<nettime> obsolesence and computer security

This interesting story from Security Portal discusses why and how  obsolete,
obscure and diverse operating systems and programming languages may hold one
of the keys to computer security. It also discusses why monocultural and
ubiquitous operating systems are a definite security hazard.
 <<SecurityPortal - The Future of Operating Systems Security.url>> 

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