Electronic voting feasibility
michaels at rd.bbc.co.uk
Tue Sep 14 14:04:21 CEST 2004
Istvan Albert wrote:
> Greg Steffensen wrote:
>> the disk is never touched), so choice of language is largely
>> Is this wrong? Are there reasons to choose/avoid Python?
> All I know about designing secure systems is that if one has to
> ask questions about it then it means that they cannot do it.
That would imply someone can never learn. I'm sure that is *not* what
you mean. Personally I would also say the point at which someone
*stops* asking questions about the security of their system and the
tools they use to build it, that's the point at which the system
becomes most vulnerable.
Michael.Sparks at rd.bbc.co.uk
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