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Course: COMP 212, Fall 2009
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and Security Trust Security A system is either secure or it is not. Whether a user considers a systems to be secure is a matter of trust. Difficult to get right, impossible to get perfect! 2 Security Topics 1. Providing a secure communications channel authentication, confidentiality and integrity. 2. Handling authorization who is entitled to use what in the system? 3. Providing effective Security...

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