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Submission + - Security After the Death of Trust

An anonymous reader writes: Simon St. Laurent reviews the options in the wake of recent NSA revelations "Security has to reboot. What has passed for strong security until now is going to be considered only casual security going forward. As I put it last week, the damage that has become visible over the past few months means that "we need to start planning for a computing world with minimal trust."
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Security After the Death of Trust

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