[Twisted-Python] random security thoughts

Harald Massa HaraldMassa at ghum.de
Sat Dec 21 16:12:57 EST 2002

I was reading you Mail in the archive:
>Here is some internal rambling I've been doing about fixing up PB to be more
>bulletproof.  Apologies if it's not coherent to anyone else but I figured I'd
>better mention the idea on the list and see of someone smarter than me can fill
>in a gap or two :).
And actually I'm thinking about security in client/server and multi-tier communiation.
One idea I liked to discuss is:
why not crypt the transmitted data via public / private keys? 
So sending bad objects from somewhere would be a very hard process.

What do you think?


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