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Re: comments on client auth

At 09:48 AM 6/14/96 -0700, Hal wrote:

>Putting the root in the code is about as safe as you're going to get.  If
>the root can be tampered with, the code could be tampered with as well.

That's true.  My advocacy of the TIS/MOSS style comes from the ability of an
individual user to define as many roots as he wishes -- freeing us from a
single hierarchy.

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