Trustworthy computing: non-SDL view. Part 2: non-corporate.

Do you think my latest post was about corporate products because only corporate products are subject to not being designed to be secure in deployment? No, consumer ones are built the same way. Say, the famous story about Windows Live Mail and Live Mail’s SSL. Till the recent changes you weren’t able to use both of them. Either you expose your communication without using SSL or you couldn’t use convenient client. I was very glad to receive the ability to use them both. To sum up: we have excellent products, which aren’t exploitable in the most of the cases through … Continue reading Trustworthy computing: non-SDL view. Part 2: non-corporate.