> Paul D. Robertson <proberts @
> > This is where I think most of my problems lie. You're asking me as a
> > consumer to trust your branding, but you're giving me no open basis to do
> > so. You and the vendor, who's giving you money are behind closed doors
> > when all this happens, how am I, the consumer supposed to trust that?
> > Remember that trust in the security context has nothing to do with
> > personal integrity.
Larry Hughes writes:
> Maybe I have missed something somewhere, but I've never seen the NCSA ask
> you (or anybody else) to trust their certification. They publish their
> certification criteria, and then they announce which products have made
> the cut. End of story.
I have looked for this documentation on their web site several times,
and have not been able to aquire it, does anyone know where to get a copy
of the NCSA's certification criteria?