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Comments on: The urge to clarify… http://maurice.kaldience.com/?p=22 Just another WordPress weblog Sat, 08 Aug 2020 17:42:38 +0000 http://wordpress.org/?v=2.1 By: MauriceK, caught between dev and drums » secure due to ignorance? http://maurice.kaldience.com/?p=22#comment-220 MauriceK, caught between dev and drums » secure due to ignorance? Tue, 09 Jan 2007 20:02:10 +0000 http://maurice.kaldience.com/?p=22#comment-220 [...] Update « Hesitating posts…   The urge to clarify… » [...] Deprecated: preg_replace(): The /e modifier is deprecated, use preg_replace_callback instead in /www/htdocs/w006f36b/wp-includes/formatting.php on line 76

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By: pasha http://maurice.kaldience.com/?p=22#comment-223 pasha Wed, 10 Jan 2007 10:38:32 +0000 http://maurice.kaldience.com/?p=22#comment-223 Yes, very right. The emphasis of user activity to get hacked is an important hint anyway. In most cases @Windoze, you even don't need this (user) intervention ;-) thnx to ActiveX/RPC non-declared .Net Features or whatever. The biggest advantage in my opinion is the fact, that Zeta has the opportunity to improve security via their BMessaging model. On Unix/Clones (FreeBSD, Linux, OS X etc.) or Windows you get security on FS-Level (user rights & profiles) and Process-level (security profiles for processes). On Zeta's (and Haiku's) unique BMessaging feature, any task/process/inode/stream is mangled with BMessaging for processing purposes to obtain Kernel processing time from the I/O scheduler of the Kernel. If you now screw the Zeta - Kernel further up, parallelly with vital components of the system to secure Zeta even more through BMessaging proofing (_native_ threads/_system_threads/_user-caught_threads/_automated(cron)_threads, etc.), we can get a far higher security as now. But this is quite theoretical and needs very experienced BeOS developers to put their brains together with well experienced (System & Network) Security Geeks. But the result would be a _very_ secure OS at the end, without tricky virtualization of the OS in Kernel-Land (read: Windows Vista). Kind Regards, pasha Deprecated: preg_replace(): The /e modifier is deprecated, use preg_replace_callback instead in /www/htdocs/w006f36b/wp-includes/formatting.php on line 76

Yes, very right.

The emphasis of user activity to get hacked is an important hint anyway. In most cases @Windoze, you even don’t need this (user) intervention ;-) thnx to ActiveX/RPC non-declared .Net Features or whatever.

The biggest advantage in my opinion is the fact, that Zeta has the opportunity to improve security via their BMessaging model.

On Unix/Clones (FreeBSD, Linux, OS X etc.) or Windows you get security on FS-Level (user rights & profiles) and Process-level (security profiles for processes).

On Zeta’s (and Haiku’s) unique BMessaging feature, any task/process/inode/stream is mangled with BMessaging for processing purposes to obtain Kernel processing time from the I/O scheduler of the Kernel.

If you now screw the Zeta - Kernel further up, parallelly with vital components of the system to secure Zeta even more through BMessaging proofing (_native_ threads/_system_threads/_user-caught_threads/_automated(cron)_threads, etc.), we can get a far higher security as now.

But this is quite theoretical and needs very experienced BeOS developers to put their brains together with well experienced (System & Network) Security Geeks.

But the result would be a _very_ secure OS at the end, without tricky virtualization of the OS in Kernel-Land (read: Windows Vista).

Kind Regards,
pasha

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