Saw interesting the above story in NEWS Wire Daily (http://www.iseriesnetwork.com/nwn/story.cfm?ID=12034). Pat Botz, IBM's lead iSeries security architect made A LOT of good comments about the value of the iSeries. But one thing he said sure surprised me: "iSeries doesn't necessarily have technology that protects the system more..." I've always thought that object-level security, built into the TIMI, *did* protect the system more. Even more, I thought it was built into the hardware registers. I hope I'm not starting a thread on all the areas the 400 is strong and weak on security, but just wondering about this aspect. jt
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