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  •  Forgive me - I don't think you do. (1+ / 0-)
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    Cedwyn
    If I understand this correctly...
    You need to look into it more deeply.  I suggest the white papers on the QubesOS site to start, if you really have an interest - and the developer's Google Groups I linked to above.  Rutkowska's blog (Invisible Things) is filled with information.

    I'd stick around, but it's been an all-nighter.  And going to the source is usually the best bet anyway, isn't it?

    It ain't called paranoia - when they're really out to get you. 6 points.

    by Jaime Frontero on Sat Jul 13, 2013 at 07:53:12 AM PDT

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    •  OK, but I did go there and read a bit first (1+ / 0-)
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      VelvetElvis

      One of the first things that struck me was this:

      Qubes, however, does not attempt to provide any security isolation for applications that run within the same domain. E.g. a buggy web browser running in one of the Qubes domains could still be compromised just as easily as on regular Linux OS.
      from http://qubes-os.org/...

      So, please tell me what else I need to understand. Based on what I've read so far, I really don't have enough interest in this to do a major research project on it.

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