A stab at the sealer in E

Mark S. Miller markm@caplet.com
Tue, 09 Nov 1999 10:22:47 -0800

At 09:26 AM 11/9/99 , Ben Laurie wrote:
>"Mark S. Miller" wrote:
> > Our standard high security scenario for analyzing possible risk should
> > therefore probably be Pluribus on Freedom (assuming ZKS open sources it),
>ZKS don't have to open source Freedom (though I've already strongly
>suggested that they should), because it can be used as a library without
>open sourcing, right?

One can certainly run Pluribus on top of Freedom either way, but I said "high security scenario".  It won't provide high security unless it's, well, not necessarily "open source", but at least "source publicly inspectable".