[rsbac] References page

Bencsath Boldizsar boldi at mail2003.dc.hu
Wed Feb 25 11:37:37 CET 2004

I think it is kind of crack-me-i-am-very-much-protected contest, with actual
data where to crack.
In other words: although security through obscurity is not a good way,
opening the information wide about the system config is also not a good idea
and therefore many users won't tell you the references. after all, the
result might be too bad to publish.
But... Is there any way to make it anonymous and by the way trusted ? It
could be really interesting...

> Hi!
> I would like to create an RSBAC references page "Who uses RSBAC" or "Where
> RSBAC is in use" for a while now. My idea is to have some good usage
> references with
> - Company/Organization (including URL)
> - Date and version of first usage
> - Short outline how it is used (a few lines)
> - (optional) Short reasoning why it is used
> Everything from the user's point of view, of course. The project benefit
> that newcomers can see that RSBAC is useful and stable. Your benefit would
> the direct reference to your company or organization Web page, with the
> visitor's knowledge that you already have some experience in this area.
> What do you think?
> Amon.
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