QOTD on the Need for a Secure OS

What we need is a secure operating system. That's the problem, if we're going to have any chance of winning this battle, because we're desperately losing it now. It's not even close. We gave up some time ago on building a secure OS. We don't have one. If there's any game changer that would moves us in the direction of fighting back, it's to reinvigorate the efforts of the '80s and '90s with a trusted operating system.
-- Robert Bigman, chief of the information assurance group at the CIA

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