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Re: Whaddya mean: "suffice to say"??????

There's no such thing as "inherently secure" because there's no such thing as "secure," full stop. Even formally-proven software has scope limits (seL4, for example, breaks its proof if DMA is enabled). Man is imperfect, meaning anything made BY man is imperfect (even well-behaved software can trigger a hardware fault, intentionally or not).

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