[Gllug] Linux can lock down the core, apparently

Peter Childs peterachilds at gmail.com
Wed Jun 20 13:12:18 UTC 2007

On 20/06/07, Tom Weissmann <trmsw at yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> Hello list,
> I saw this in an article (http://www.technewsworld.com/story/54830.html)
> and wondered what it meant - does anyone know?
> > Today's operating systems are vulnerable to intrusion because they
> > live on a device that permits write-only access, according to
> > Steinberg. For instance, the core component in the Windows OS is not
> > locked down, but Linux can lock down the OS, making it the OS of
> > choice for solid-state computers.
Funny how history repeats its self this sounds like the BBC and Spectrum to

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