Larry's Notebook

September 13, 2010

Structural Problems Enabling Computer Crime

Filed under: C/C++, computer architecture, networks, programming, telecom — larryang @ 12:37 PM

It’s kind of funny how science-fiction writers have the best insights and perspectives on technology. Stross’s blog entry covers decisions made, that in hindsight, made computer security hard. These design oversights range from hardware, to low level programming to the human factor. His example of the iPad also provides insight into why Apple is so damned successful.

Where we went wrong – Charlie’s Diary.


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