On the orthogonality of anonymity to current market demand

James A. Donald jamesd at echeque.com
Sun Oct 30 18:28:06 PST 2005

James A. Donald writes:
> > Further, genuinely secure systems are now becoming available, notably
> > Symbian.

Chris Palmer <chris at eff.org>
> What does it mean for Symbian to be genuinely secure? How was this
> determined and achieved?

There is no official definition of "genuinely secure", and it is my 
judgment that Symbian is unlikely to suffer the worm, virus and 
trojan problems to the extent that has plagued other systems.

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