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Re: Kaspersky Lab To Create New OS 'To Save The World'
While I was at COMODO, got to work with people that he had trained and had worked for him years earlier and knew the whole scoop. All of us knew about his past years ago, he even talked about it at length back in the day. What we DIDN'T know was that he would turn around and reveal the covert ops regarding stuxnet, duqu and the rest. Once that happened, we all knew that he hadn't really retired. Didn't require the media to tell any of us.
Kaspersky is right on. However, I'm not sure I trust who his coders are working with. In the end, I guess it's all a matter of trust and one thing I learned years ago is to trust no one.
Kevin McAleavey, now with the KNOS Project.
said by K McAleavey:Doesn't "Don't delegate to others that which you can do better yourself" come into play.....
In the end, I guess it's all a matter of trust and one thing I learned years ago is to trust no one.
EK could do all the work himself too but where would that get him?
He did say one of his fears was A/V coders that worked for him that
went to the black side turned into a bad egg, even while employed by him still....it must be something that still eats at him today, is it pride, is it ego, is it something else, who knows and is anyone's guess really. But comments like that tend to lead me to believe he tries to do the right thing which is the best he can do, but in who's eyes, certainly not the US govt if the alleged malware of late was their doing, but to him it was the right thing.
It's in the eyes of the beholder......
The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing - Edmund Burke
North Myrtle Beach, SC
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I was watching the twitter when he first came out with this proclamation and it had not yet hit the real news media..I had a little smile myself..hang in there Kevin..you do good work.