The result, though, has been a round of incredible ire, bile and moaning from locksmiths and safe-maker, who have filled Usenet with angry recriminations with Blaze, who has committed the cardinal sin of explaining that their products don't work as advertised.
The real problem is that people like Blaze are in positions of trust in society. Then he abuse it by publishing trade secrets in the name of research.Link (via Schneier)
When they do things like this and get away with it it gives other peoples like him the idea that this is OK. We have to nip it in the bud or soon there will be no security left after these intellectuals get through with us.
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