At 02:41 PM 12/14/2003 +0000, Dave Howe wrote:
Paul A.S. Ward wrote:
> I'm not sure why no one has considered the PC banking problem to be a
> justification for secure computing.  Specifically, how does a user
> know their computer has not been tampered with when they wish to use
> it for banking access.
I think PC banking is an argument *against* Secure Computing as currently
proposed - there is no way to discover if there is a nasty "running" in
protected memory or removing it if there is.

Agreed. It's a better argument for booting from a known CDROM distribution.

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