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Old 4th February 2010
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The fact that it's a military stuff doesn't necessarily mean it's super secure or superior to something else. Also - "scientific' doesn't always mean 'better'.

Anyway - you were right. These documents are hard to find.
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On the upside, they should be developed by people who are *supposed* to be exceptionally motivated to create the best offerings.

After all, they don't want some kid in Idaho hacking the white house computers and posting a home video of the president dancing in a pink tutu across the YouTube - that'll get their butt fired fast ^_^.
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Old 5th February 2010
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Originally Posted by Oko View Post
People who are interested in secure operating systems should try to find as many documents as possible written by the scientists of RAND corporation and NSA.
Basically we common humans know about security about as much as it leaked from NSA and RAND. That is the real truth.
Oko, it seems that Google agrees with you view. See Google to work with NSA over cyberattacks
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