bluefoxlucid writes "Security has been a hot topic lately, and we've seen everything from changes to how memory is managed to compiler hardening to "secure" programming languages. Java is considered more secure than C in general; but this guy seems to disagree, and thinks hardening the system itself is the way to go. Are we really approaching the problem the wrong way, or is he just insane?"
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