Bryce Cogswell

Bryce
Cogswell

Bryce Cogswell is a researcher at the University of Oregon's computer science department and holds a Ph.D. in computer engineering from Carnegie Mellon University.

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NTFSDOS Poses Little Security Risk 4
What's wrong with a utility that breaks NTFS file security? It wasn't meant to do that. The creators of the NTFSDOS utility claim it poses no serious security risk for secure NT environments.
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