In article <6o505o$mra$1 at grandprime.binc.net>,
"Joseph J. King, Ph.D." <jking at mailbag.com> writes:
>> 3) What impact on system security might the web interface pose?
>> Since the SeqWeb server runs as a non-privileged user and never
> has to access files outside of the Wisconsin Package and SeqWeb,
> it is no less secure than your average web server and CGI.
But then all the data is shared between SeqWeb users,
and is world readable if the server is not closed. If I manage
two institutes (I have, and I have licences to :)), I want to keep
some of the data protected (at least the data form the two different
institute) because some of this data is patented or private.
Let me know how the user can use seqweb in such conditions?
François Jeanmougin | groupe de bioinformatique / bioinformatics groupe
tel:(+33) 3 88 65 32 71 | IGBMC BP 163 67404 Illkirch France