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Tom Van Vleck

 

Tom Van Vleck, a computer software engineer and security expert. He joined MIT's Project Mac in 1965, and is noted for co-authoring the first email program for MIT's CTSS operating system, and for his work on the development of the CTSS successor, Multics. He spent almost sixteen years working on developing Multics at both MIT and Honeywell, which included developing and refining security features that were either faulty or missing in other operating systems of the time. In 2007, Tom Van Vleck contributed significantly to the release of Multics source codes and documentations as free software.(1)(2)

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1 : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tom_Van_Vleck

2 : http://www.multicians.org/thvv/mail-history.html


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