Perry E. Metzger wrote:
Actual practical impact on cryptography? Likely zero, even if it turns
out the proof is correct (which of course we don't know yet), but it
still is neat for math geeks.
Right. He constrains his proof to dealing with a specific subset of
Dirichlet zeta functions, which

- Original Message -
From: Ian Grigg [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: threat modelling tool by Microsoft?
Has anyone tried out the threat modelling tool
mentioned in the link below, or reviewed the
book out this month:
http://aeble.dyndns.org/blogs/Security/archives/000419.php
I played

On Wed, Jun 09, 2004 at 04:56:03PM -0400, Perry E. Metzger wrote:
Actual practical impact on cryptography? Likely zero, even if it turns
out the proof is correct (which of course we don't know yet), but it
still is neat for math geeks.
Also, the impact of such a proof is often that it

Cryptography readers who are also interested in systems security may be
interested in reading my paper from the Workshop on Economics
and Information Security '04:
Is finding security holes a good idea?
Eric Rescorla
RTFM, Inc.
A large amount of effort is expended every year

R. A. Hettinga wrote:
From: Tefft, Bruce [EMAIL PROTECTED]
...
Where Big Brother Snoops on Americans 24/7
By TERESA HAMPTON DOUG THOMPSON
...
Although employees who work in the building are supposed to keep their
presence there a secret, they regularly sport their DARPA id badges around
their