[gambit-list] Gambit-C 4.0 beta 13

Guillaume Germain germaing at iro.umontreal.ca
Fri May 13 17:40:12 EDT 2005


On Fri, 13 May 2005, Eric Merritt wrote:

>  Trusting data (much less code) to the client is just not safe. 
> Theoretically you could encrypt the data and trust the returned data, 
> but there are any number of places where that particular path could (and 
> will if the target is attractive enough) will fail.

Could you give an example of a situation where you can't ensure the 
integrity of data you have encrypted yourself?  Or rather, where do you 
see the places where "that path" will fail?  I might be missing something 
obvious.


Guillaume


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