Ian Grigg wrote:

Nobody doubts that it can occur, and that it *can* occur in practice. It is whether it *does* occur that is where the problem lies.

This sort of statement bothers me.

In threat analysis, you have to base your assessment on capabilities, not intentions. If an attack is possible, then you must guard against it. It doesn't matter if you think potential attackers don't intend to attack you that way, because you really don't know if that's true or not and they can always change their minds without telling you.

Give a man a fire and he's warm for a day, but set | Tom Weinstein
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