Lohkee's Communique - Computer Security Issues - Windows NT

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  1. Lohkee's Communique - Computer Security Issues

    Lohkee's Communiqué ( http://home.att.net/~lohkee/Index.htm ) offers short
    essays on several of the fundamentally flawed paradigms commonly used within
    the professional security community. The site also explores computer
    security in general and why, despite billions of dollars and many years of
    effort, it continues to fail with alarming regularity. Be forewarned that
    many of the ideas presented within run contrary to the current dogma
    routinely promoted by the professional security community. The reason for
    this is simple. Their ideas have not worked. We now exist in a precarious
    state in which our political and economic infrastructures can be manipulated
    with relative ease by almost anyone who has a computer, some programming
    skill, and a little creativity. I believe it is time to revisit the past in
    order to protect the future.

    Lohkee!




  2. Re: Lohkee's Communique - Computer Security Issues

    Do you need to refill your prescription?

    Mike Mulligan

    "Lohkee" wrote in message
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    > Lohkee's Communiqué ( http://home.att.net/~lohkee/Index.htm ) offers short
    > essays on several of the fundamentally flawed paradigms commonly used

    within
    > the professional security community. The site also explores computer
    > security in general and why, despite billions of dollars and many years of
    > effort, it continues to fail with alarming regularity. Be forewarned that
    > many of the ideas presented within run contrary to the current dogma
    > routinely promoted by the professional security community. The reason for
    > this is simple. Their ideas have not worked. We now exist in a precarious
    > state in which our political and economic infrastructures can be

    manipulated
    > with relative ease by almost anyone who has a computer, some programming
    > skill, and a little creativity. I believe it is time to revisit the past

    in
    > order to protect the future.
    >
    > Lohkee!
    >
    >
    >




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