Security Working Group meeting - Wednesday August 31 - results

Patrick Williams patrick at
Fri Sep 2 01:07:35 AEST 2022

On Thu, Sep 01, 2022 at 08:41:53AM -0400, Brad Bishop wrote:
> On Thu, Sep 01, 2022 at 06:25:24AM -0500, Patrick Williams wrote:
> >written entirely in Python, which makes it very difficult for us to support
> >on any of the NOR-based systems (all of them except IBM's latest).
> Is the suggestion that they rewrite it in C++ and contribute that?  If 
> it is, why would they invest in building a project and community from 
> scratch as opposed to using an existing one just because all the other 
> in-tree servers are hyper-cost optimized?

I'm not suggesting anything at this point.  I don't really understand
what Keylime achieves.  I'm just pointing out that it is Python which is
another negative for it.

Patrick Williams
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