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Encryption Security

'Attack Trees' Help Model Potential Security Flaws 110

Posted by Roblimo
from the keeping-out-the-sneakies dept.
Our most prolific reader, Anonymous Coward, writes "Here is an article by Bruce Schneier of Counterpane Internet Security from Dr. Dobb's Journal that describes a way to 'model threats against computer systems'." This is Bruce Schneir at his best. Many of the thoughts in this article aren't about cryptography but about other ways intruders might defeat your security measures, and about how to determine what kind of attacks you might expect to face.
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'Attack Trees' Help Model Potential Security Flaws

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