Re: Yahoo releases internet standard draft for using DNS as public key server

2004-05-30 Thread Russell Nelson
also sprach Ed Gerck [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2004.05.28.1853 +0200]: It's industry support. We know what it means: multiple, conflicting approaches, slow, fragmented adoption -- will not work. In other words change. If you have any alternatives to change, please describe them.

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2004-05-30 Thread Kerry Thompson
Perry E. Metzger said: This article claims the code for the permissive action links on many US nuclear weapons in the 1960s was well known to be . http://www.cdi.org/blair/permissive-action-links.cfm Just 3 years ago I was looking at a portal site for airline pilots. They had a

Who Tests Voting Machines?

2004-05-30 Thread R. A. Hettinga
http://www.nytimes.com/2004/05/30/opinion/30SUN1.html?th=pagewanted=printposition= The New York Times May 30, 2004 MAKING VOTES COUNT Who Tests Voting Machines? henever questions are raised about the reliability of electronic voting machines, election officials have a ready response:

Re: The future of security

2004-05-30 Thread bear
On Sat, 29 May 2004, Russell Nelson wrote: Eugen Leitl writes: If I'm a node in a web of trust (FOAF is a human), prestige will percolate through it completely. That way I can color a whole domain with a nonboolean trust hue, while a domain of fakers will have only very few connections

Re: Satellite eavesdropping of 802.11b traffic

2004-05-30 Thread Dirk-Willem van Gulik
On May 27, 2004, at 12:35 PM, John Kelsey wrote: Does anyone know whether the low-power nature of wireless LANs protects them from eavesdropping by satellite? Is there some simple reference that would easily let me figure out whether transmitters at a given power are in danger of eavesdropping