At 3:58 PM -0400 8/30/10, Paul M Foster wrote:
Is that about right?
Other than the fact that this solution should be rife with latency
issues, it seems like it would be secure.
I assume you're doing this as an academic exercise. If you had an actual
client who wanted to go to this much trouble to secure their data, I
think I would opt for the previously suggested solution of getting a
dedicated server or two.
You got the method correct -- unfortunately, it's not as secure as I need.
As for it being an "academic exercise", nothing is academic. If it
works, it's implemented, if not, it isn't. That's what we do for a
I will say it was learning experience, in that aspect it was "academic". :-)
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