- a natural propensity towards security (as the number of blocks increase).
O'REILLY's "Understanding the blockchain"
Blockchains and Online Dispute Resolution: Smart Contracts as an Alternative to Enforcement
Mike Hearn's blog "Developing apps for block chains"
itnews reports "Ransomware uses blockchains for decoder delivery"
In Ethereum landing page (as of June 5, 2016) one doesn't have to look far to read "Build unstoppable applications".
I know it sounds good, or great, however, we need to slow down for a moment and think about it! In a perfect world, we would all accept the same definitions for honor and integrity.. We would all know the difference between right and wrong, good and evil.In a perfect world, I doubt that anyone would understand or care about a virus, worm, Trojan or malware. In a perfect world, a zero-day attach or vulnerability would only be found in the popular writings of a science fiction author with an incredible imagination.
- unstoppable viruses
- unstoppable worms
- unstoppable zero-day attacks