At 02:43 PM 07/28/97 -0400, Button, Dave wrote:
>This assertion is certainly one of many that are unprovable, but isn't
>the rationale behind server authentication, which should precede much of
>the encrypted transmission, that the server has more accountability? And
>if the server is more accountable they will, in theory, be more careful
>about what they transmit.
Perhaps, but don't confuse accountability with prevention. While both are
aspects of security, they are not mutually exclusive.
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