> So the question becomes, CAN that be prevented...?!?  Most likely by the
>  services of white-hat hackers...?  And a method of rapidly delivering new
>  security methods, as weaknesses are (hopefully pro-actively) discovered, a
>  la DNS...

I think the answer is that a system is needed which functions LIKE a password
in a world of connecting in which a password is not normally used.  There
will always be the reality where you have people who are trusted, so they are
given the keys to the kingdom, then you have personnel turn-over & you need
to confiscate their keys.  If their key is the system serial number or
something like that, it cannot be confiscated.

MacWheel99@aol.com (Alister Wm Macintyre) (Al Mac)

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