On Fri, Apr 13, 2018, 4:09 PM Aaron Bedra <aaron.be...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Penetration testing is something performed on an application, but a source
> code review of the language is certainly an interesting idea. My company
> does these all the time. I ran this by my folks and there was certainly
> interest. If we could publish the results and create a healthy discussion
> my company would be happy to participate and do this at a fixed and heavily
> discounted price.
Naive question from the clueless peanut gallery: are you talking about a
security audit of clojure core (& etc) source, which could then be cited as
evidence by app developers?
E.g. I build an app against a signed version of clojure which is
"certified" in some sense? Then I only have to audit my code (and lib
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