Category Archives: TraCoDA

Trust and Control Dependency Analysis

Trustworthy Software Initiative

I came across this initiative some time ago, and re-visited them recently. They are a kind of information exchange hub for all activities that try to make software more trustworthy – or simply better. We all agree that the average … Continue reading

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Trustworthy computing, revisited

It has been more than ten years since Microsoft published its position paper on trustworthy computing in 2002. They celebrated it with the release of a TwC Next, the revised paper on trustworthy computing. On the surface, not much has … Continue reading

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Trustworthy computing, then

When Microsoft published its position paper on trustworthy computing in 2002, they builds their proposition on four pillars: Security Privacy Reliability Business Practices Of those, the world of software developers jumped on the first three. Improving security, privacy and reliability … Continue reading

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Please use my back doors

Backdoors used to be for tradesmen and a charlady. Now they are apparently a fixture of a modern appliances, popular with attackers. This backdoor vulnerability (or simply stupidity) in Barracuda security appliances makes us re-think trust that we have to … Continue reading

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Eat that horse

The problem with hamburgers containing traces of horse meat is ballooning out of proportions. For those of you who never heard of it (which is likely the 99.99% of the world population), traces of horse meat has been found in … Continue reading

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