Re: [SC-L] Why Software Will Continue to Be Vulnerable

2005-05-03 Thread Michael Silk
On 5/2/05, Kenneth R. van Wyk [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Michael Silk wrote: I honestly don't believe that the consumers will _EVER_ care, and I don't believe that should have to. At most maybe they should just need to keep an eye out for a sticker, or star-rating (government approved) or

Re: [SC-L] re: Why Software Will Continue to Be Vulnerable

2005-05-03 Thread Blue Boar
Bill Cheswick wrote: Probably like many of you, I'm the local friends-and-family computer fixit guy. My father has repeatedly asked why he should care that his computer is totally owned. I've told him that his CPU engine is blowing blue smoke all over the Internet, but that doesn't help.

Re: [SC-L] Why Software Will Continue to Be Vulnerable

2005-05-03 Thread Crispin Cowan
ljknews wrote: At 8:05 AM -0400 5/2/05, Kenneth R. van Wyk wrote: Yet, despite that pessimistic outlook -- and the survey that forked this thread -- I do think that companies are demanding more in software security, even though consumers are not. Companies value time spent on cleanup more

[SC-L] Re: Java keystore password storage

2005-05-03 Thread Mark
Entering the password on the command line could be an option if you choose the Java Invocation API. I have done this in the past and it has worked really well. On 4/25/05, john bart [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello to all the list. I need some advice on where to store the keystore's password.