From: Evan Harris

PASE is not a closed off separate environment like the other environments
you use as examples.

Given that, it's hard to see how it can be considered anything but a
native i5/os service regardless of our opinions of it or it's security.

Look, get this straight: I'm not arguing whether or not you should use PASE,
I am simply differentiating the security risk. I5/OS other than PASE is
less vulnerable than PASE.

Do you disagree?

If you want to argue about the term "native" go ahead. I'll continue to use
the phrase exactly as I've defined it: when *I* say native, I mean without
PASE. When you see me say "native i5/OS" feel free to substitute the phrase
"i5/OS without PASE installed".

Joe


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