rocknbil - 7:01 pm on Mar 21, 2008 (gmt 0) The closest I could ever come up with is invulnerable to user error.
I have asked myself this very question many times because it's something I absolutely, positively have to do with everything I code. A frequent anecdote I often use: "If I think it can't be broken, turn it loose on a customer and they will find a way."
You didn't give an employee root FTP access to your web server not because you don't trust them, but because it decreases vulnerability to user error.
The closest I could ever come up with is invulnerable to user error.