I've downloaded the latest version of Webconverger and burned an
image. I plan to try it out today. The concept is very appealing -
running the computer with a live CD that retains no information.
That's fantastic if it would be a truly secure way to do online
Then the suspicious part of my psyche spoke up: "Suppose someone
provided a 'secure' OS that was built to transmit confidential
information?" I guess this could be done.
Seems to me that Webconverger will have to build a tremendous amount
of trust for it to succeed. I'm very comfortable with Windows and
Linux, but I certainly wouldn't know how to test it.
I guess if a major bank started handing out Webconverger CDs, that
would be the ultimate endorsement.
On Apr 26, 1:16 pm, Kai Hendry <hen...@webconverger.com> wrote:
Do I get a free tshirt (or 60 - assuming each tshirt costs you £10
this will make up for my standard day (mates) rate - which to be fair
is over charging you as it only took 5 minutes to compromise) :)
let me know when the new version is out and ill take a gander at that
On Apr 27, 8:13 pm, Kai Hendry <hen...@webconverger.com> wrote: