Authenticating computer code cryptographically
profrv at nex.net.au
Thu May 13 05:05:58 PDT 1999
"...In June this year Microsoft announced plans to develop more secure
personal computers with the help of hardware manufacturers.
The company has spent US$100m on developing the project, which involves
authenticating computer code cryptographically. The plans have stirred
controversy among some computer experts who fear users Microsoft would be
given greater control over home PCs."END.
It's already lost one anti-trust lawsuit,to lose 2 might appear to look
like carelessness.MS must be absolutely desperate.I wish someone would hack
me soon,I cant wait to smash all my windows.Hey! According to this 'poll'
85% think copyright ,(and associated poitics) either suck or is D E A D,dead.
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