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Ori's internal storage is very similar to git, so it's difficult to modify history without being detected. I think that's the main security claim they're making.



Right, but data integrity doesn't equate to security in my mind.

If that's the main security claim, than I feel that much isn't new here or even "secure."


IMO security is the least interesting part of Ori. I think efficient syncing is the key feature.




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