Probably of interest to this group... http://www.webwire.com/ViewPressRel.asp?aId=87063 Best regards, Darren Lasko Principal Engineer Advanced Development Group, Storage Products Fujitsu Computer Products of America [Moderator's note: the page is about something called KMIP that a few companies
Hi all, Say I have discovered a marvelous method of easily factoring RSA keys, which unfortunately the margin of this emacs buffer is too small to contain, and I then go out, factor GeoTrust's CA key and issue a new certificate. Questions: Am I now infringing on GeoTrust's IP rights?
Ben Laurie wrote: If I have data on my server that I would like to stay on my server and not get leaked to some third party, then this is exactly the same situation as DRMed content on an end user's machine, is it not? No. You want to keep control of the information on your server. DRM wants
Alexander Klimov wrote: On Wed, 11 Feb 2009, Ben Laurie wrote: If I have data on my server that I would like to stay on my server and not get leaked to some third party, then this is exactly the same situation as DRMed content on an end user's machine, is it not? The treat model is
From today's (13 Feb 2009) National Post: http://www.nationalpost.com/news/story.html?id=1283120 excerpt: An Ontario Superior Court ruling could open the door to police routinely using Internet Protocol addresses to find out the names of people online, without any need for a search warrant.
Counter Terror Expo: News of a possible viable business model for P2P VoIP network Skype emerged today, at the Counter Terror Expo in London. An industry source disclosed that America's supersecret National Security Agency (NSA) is offering billions to any firm which can offer reliable
[Moderator's note: I've been clamping down on the IP discussion since not much more really new was being said, but I'm allowing this through because it brings up an interesting side point -- I will reply to it to move to that discussion. --Perry] * Perry E. Metzger: However, a cert seems almost
Florian Weimer f...@deneb.enyo.de writes: 4) It can't be trademarked because the company named in the DN is long gone (It's quite strange that so many of the browser root certs use DNs which aren't correct anymore.) It isn't strange -- it is part of the fairly frightening ecology we've
On Feb 12, 2009, at 11:24 AM, Donald Eastlake wrote: On Thu, Feb 12, 2009 at 12:58 PM, Perry E. Metzger pe...@piermont.com wrote: s...@acw.com writes: ... There are four kinds of intellectual property. Is it a trade secret? No. Is it a trademark or something allied like trade dress? No.