On 9 May, Linda Walsh wrote:
| > NT getting a certification pretty much rules out the possibility of taking
| > the criteria seriously...
| NT is only cert'ed at the lower level and to the old standard (C2)
| and only in a "standalone" configuration (no network hookups) -- like
| yeah...running an aircraft carrier...:-)
And no floppy.
And don't forget: that the system meets C2 says nothing about whether
it *works*, it only says that it tracks the information demanded by C2.
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