Just felt compelled to document my ignorance in a handful of posts I read last night and this morning:
- "IE Protected Mode, while not a true defendable security boundary" So what exactly is a true defendable security boundary, and why doesn't IE protected mode fit the bill? Are there other examples of truly defendable security boundaries out there?
- "As security through obscurity does not exist" What's your password again? and your firewall configuration? And does security without obscurity exist?
- "Shouldn’t the MBTA be suing the vendor who sold them the flawed system?" Hmmm, I don't know – is there such thing as a perfect (non-flawed) system?