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The true cost of Obamacare

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« Reply #240 on: January 16, 2014, 02:37:10 pm »

The third of the three cybersecurity researchers on the panel disagreed. Waylon Krush, CEO of the security firm Lunarline, stressed that he would put his information on the site.

Krush explained that Lunarline has worked with federal clients, and he used his written testimony to lay out the six-step process that federal information systems use to mitigate risk.

He also criticized Kennedy and Gregg for engaging in what he called speculation, pointing out that “no one at this table” was involved in the setup and management of HealthCare.gov. What’s more, he added, because hacking into the system would be a crime, no one has – at least not legally -- looked deep into the site to fully understand its setup.

“Just as security critics lack the hands on knowledge necessary to make dramatic claims about the site's weaknesses, I cannot claim to understand all of Healthcare.gov's security intricacies,” Krush said in his written testimony.

This guy Krush is a troll for the federal government. So he says it's "speculation"? His assessment is speculation as well. He's playing on the fact that most people have no idea about anything relating to the security and coding of a website.

And it is irrelevant that these 3 "experts" weren't involved with the development of the site. All they have to do is look at the source code, which is NOT complicated coding. Most sites code in "CSS", which is pretty simple stuff. I had a web design class where we made basic sites using XHTML and a little bit of CSS.

If you want to see how the code looks, just go to any web page and right click in an open area, select "View Source", and bingo, there's the actual code for the site page. Now the "back end" of the site code isn't available that way, it's all the networking and mechanics of the site functions. Javascript is used a lot for that kind of stuff, but is still not complicated.

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