On 6/27/19 10:01 AM, Sphere wrote:
The general idea is correct
If dom0 gets pwned then everything else can be pwned and stolen, including your 
data
pwning dom0 properly and successfully however, is not trivial because dom0 has 
no direct access to network hardware to communicate in the first place and 
malicious actors would need malware to communicate directly to the C2 server 
for commands.

What's great about qubes is the fact that with proper hardening, it becomes 
very resilient thanks to the fact that it follows a 0-trust model.



just curious what "proper hardening"  you  do  (Sphere)


maybe the argument is are you "safer" using hypervisors , because 'qubes' isn't really an traditional OS of course

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