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Re: Your router/switch may be less secure than you think

  • From: Scott Francis
  • Date: Thu Aug 04 23:05:30 2005
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On 8/3/05, Robert E. Seastrom <rs@seastrom.com> wrote:
> 
> 
> Michael.Dillon@btradianz.com writes:
> 
> > We should all be looking to the security auditing work done by
> > the OpenBSD team for an example of how systems can be
> > cleaned up, fixed, and locked down if there is a will to do so.
> 
> Beer, unsupported assertions, and lack of rigorous audit methodology
> can be blended together to make one's code more secure?

what unsupported assertions? The project's record speaks for itself.
Don't confuse Theo's lack of social graces with a lack of polish on
the project he leads (a common mistake).
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