Security, Middleware, Appliances
From archive: August 2010 X
Congratulations to our new colleagues at CastIron. To the left is a picture of the first IBM WebSphere DataPower Cast Iron Appliance - XH35, manufactured in Mountain View, CA.
One of the best parts about this for me is it's built on the Bedrock platform. :) I'm also glad to have more appliance people in our division. It could get a little lonely sometimes...
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The title of this post is a little obscure; it's the subject of an email discussion thread from the cryptography mailing list moderated by Perry Metzger.
The discussion started with posting about a certificate that has a couple-hundred names to it. Somewhere along the thread, Jon Callas posted a brilliant send-up, comparing PKI to the classic (as in, what you learned in high school English) definitions of tragedy, comedy, and farce. I could even follow many of his references. Adam Shostack posted a copy with Jon's permission. It might take a certain combination of computer geek and liberal arts education to get it, but it's worth it.