[cap-talk] automatic policy embodiment and enforcement - hop e?
iang at systemics.com
Tue Sep 28 16:27:58 EDT 2004
Tyler Close wrote:
> Ian Grigg wrote:
>> Even small costs will cause it
>> to be less favoured, and the very large costs that Tyler
>> is talking about pretty much kill it.
> Huh? I have been arguing that the supposed costs of using fine-grained
> security are fictitious. I think you've got things backwards.
Your comments about master programmers being required
were the large costs that I was referring to. Most
programming efforts can't really afford such things,
and even those that can can't acquire them, because it
is too hard for them to figure out what such a person
Either capabilities is made simple to understand -
which it's not - or it is too expensive.
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