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Complex systems are Vulnerable.

There are no complex systems that are secure.

Complexity is the worst enemy of security, and it almost always comes in forms of features or options.

If you want to build something secure, you have to keep it simple. It's easier to maintain it this way as well.

1 comment:

  1. Bruce Schneier and Niels Ferguson wrote in their book that large systems can be simple too, if they are well designed. Modularized, and with well designed interfaces that limit interaction between modules (isolate them) can do this job well.

    i agree with this logic.