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#1 2011-07-15 07:52:04

atang1
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Open source file switching not a secured way possible ?

Open source scripts have many hackers who are knowledgeable. Stallman was foolish enough to think that open source programming can be locked down.

Now that we have autoupdate in the Linux world, client side software can be hacked without servers knowing, unless feedback is provided. Stallman tried to keep Linux stand alone to prevent hacking from anyone?

Firefox5 is not secure from Google hacking to make workspace subject to text to voice conversion. It slows the workspace(html) down to the dialup modem speed, looping thru google servers that can spy on any text you input in firefox.

Sad but true, only file systems of single byte sequence can be locked down by checksum. But today when we get pixel scanning video display(hdmi), its locked down. can not be hacked(mjpeg and mp3) without power and speed instantly capturing drag and dropped pixel active indexed locations.

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#2 2011-07-15 08:19:56

atang1
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Re: Open source file switching not a secured way possible ?

This changed security strategy is being tried out on tablets of simple architecture, transmission of data is in pixels at higher speeds. Many layers of data compression too with video password encryption.

Encryption(multibits) and trust(traceable ip address on record) is the only security solution that works.

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