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Re: security industry software license
From: M.B.Jr. <marcio.barbado () gmail com>
Date: Mon, 13 Oct 2008 14:47:10 -0300

Any OSI-based set, but without enforcing security-through-obscurity concepts.
Maybe adapting some Bell-LaPadula ideas.
There are lots of models to discuss about. The real question however is:

can we start fresh?

On Mon, Oct 13, 2008 at 1:57 PM, Buhrmaster, Gary <gtb () slac stanford edu> wrote:

  * writing a whole new set of protocols to be used over a whole new
independent backbone infrastructure; and

I suggest the OSI protocol stack, for the security-through-obscurity
benefits.  ASN.1, anybody? :)

GOSIP anyone?

I think the DMS was claimed to be more secure
since it was based on OSI.

Marcio Barbado, Jr.

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