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FAQ – Miscellaneous Questions

Miscellaneous Questions (What else?)


  • Q C1: Who is No-Go-* competing with?
    • Short A: No tech or business has dared to call for an end of cyberwar (yet)
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  • Q C2: Does something similar to No-Go-Security already exist?
    • Short A: Not to our knowledge; please get in touch with us if you own relevant IP
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  • Q C3: Is cryptography used, and is it up to the task?
    • Short A: Yes, and No. Cryptography isn’t doing enough against stolen or misused keys
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  • Q C4: Is No-Go-Security™ secure against quantum computation?
  • Q C5: Why is cybersecurity not better in securing users?
    • Short A: Cybersecurity is complex, and it is considered essential but treated as a side-show
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  • Q C6: What makes security in other sectors so much more successful?
    • Short A: Security in other sectors is more confident due to proactive toolsets
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  • Q C7: Who is more exposed in a cyberwar?
    • Short A: … that is probably changing over time …
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  • Q C8: Will governments or the military push back on No-Go-*?
  • Q C9: Who may resist the changes from No-Go-*?
  • Q C10: What is the opinion of cybersecurity professionals about No-Go-Security?
    • Short A: It’s new, not tested; but we got important hints (thanks)
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  • Q C11: Why don’t you care about vulnerabilities?
    • Short A: We care, but not s much as you should care without No-Go-Security
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Term clarifications

  • Q C12: Is promising no damage from malware a flawed statement
    • Short A: Not really. Damage is something that should be avoided/prevented
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  • Q C13: What is security in comparison to safety?
    • Short A: Both terms mean freedom from harm, threat, and danger
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  • Q C14: What is the difference between white- and graylisting?
    • Short A: Whitelisted are based on authorized data, graylisted on detected patterns and statistics
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  • Q C15: What are deviations or anomalies?
    • Short A: They are results that were not expected from disclosures, patterns, or predictions
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  • Q C16: Why is proactive security so much better than reactive?
  • Q C17: Why is prevention in security important?
    • Short A: Prevention (in No-Go) expects damage and prepares us to deal with its consequences
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  • Q C18: What is the advantage of independent circuit breakers?
    • Short A: Preventing damage and gaining time for additional actions
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  • Q C19: What does it mean: it is impossible?
    • Short A: Impossible is a strong prediction; it is dangerous to overgeneralize impossibility
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