I don't think that analogy quite fits :) If the 'grunts' aren't doing their job, then yes - let's blame them. Or at least help them find ways to do it better.
-- Michael [Ed. Let's consider this the end of the thread, please. Unless someone wants to say something that is directly relevant to software security, I'm going to let it drop. KRvW] On 4/13/05, Dave Paris <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > So you blame the grunts in the trenches if you lose the war? I mean, > that thinking worked out so well with Vietnam and all... ;-) > > regards, > -dsp > > > I couldn't agree more! This is my whole point. Security isn't 'one > > thing', but it seems the original article [that started this > > discussion] implied that so that the blame could be spread out. > > > > If you actually look at the actual problems you can easily blame the > > programmers :)