[unisog] Initial Observations of the Microsoft AntiSpyware Be ta1

Chris Palmer chris at eff.org
Fri Jan 7 23:13:34 GMT 2005

Valdis.Kletnieks at vt.edu writes:

> Matt Blaze made the interesting observation regarding PKI that "A CA
> can protect you from anybody they're not accepting money from". 
> There's been plenty of evidence that similar things are going on in
> the spyware installation/removal field.

Same goes for virus and spam filtering, too (viz. "bonded sender"
anti-spam systems). Oh, and probably censorware.


Chris Palmer
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