> On Sep 20, 2016, at 4:53 PM, Mark Brandon Leavenworth 
> <theleavenwor...@gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> Let me restate the proposition with more clarity. I envision a standard and 
> secure Apple utility or app where the user selects a device, port or socket, 
> a driver (with a prompt for the recommended driver), a codec or encoder, and 
> a second device, socket, port or file. For a device, socket or port, 
> selection would be made for 'transmit' or 'receive' or 'both' while for a 
> file, even though the codec could be binary, text, or various other options, 
> either 'transmit' (read) or 'receive' (write), but not 'both' could be 
> selected. The app or utility, in turn, ought to be scriptable with 
> AppleScript.
> 
> What are the technical or security concerns or objections?

Put simply, that’s not at all how USB works, so the rest of the discussion is 
moot.

-a
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