[LINK] Operating systems can't be secure, says Kaspersky

Kim Holburn kim.holburn at gmail.com
Sun Oct 19 19:48:18 EST 2008


Someone who does all their security work on windows systems would say  
that wouldn't they.

I refer you to your sig:
> When he states that
> | something is impossible, he is
> | very probably wrong.

On 2008/Oct/19, at 1:05 AM, David Boxall wrote:

> We'll all be rooned:
> <http://www.securecomputing.net.au/News/125819,operating-systems-cant-be-secure-says-kaspersky.aspx 
> >
>
>> *Operating systems are inherently insecure and will remain that way  
>> in
>> the future, according to Eugene Kaspersky...*
>> According to Kaspersky, a secure operating system has a limited set  
>> of
>> applications and services that it allows. However, because of that,
>> secure operating systems can lose their market and audience.
> ...
>> "In the future I don’t think we will see any secure operating
>> systems," he said.
>
> -- 
> David Boxall | When a distinguished but elderly
> | scientist states that something is
> | possible, he is almost certainly
> | right. When he states that
> | something is impossible, he is
> | very probably wrong.
> --Arthur C. Clarke
>
>
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