On 2010-08-05 11:30 AM, David-Sarah Hopwood wrote:
> Signatures are largely a distraction from the real problem: that software
> is (unnecessarily) run with the full privileges of the invoking user.
> By all means authenticate software, but that's not going to prevent malware.

A lot of devices are locked down so that you cannot install bad software. This is somewhat successful in preventing bad software from being installed, and highly successful in irritating users.

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