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

  • From: Joel Jaeggli
  • Date: Fri Aug 05 04:43:45 2005

On Thu, 4 Aug 2005, Scott Francis wrote:

On 8/3/05, Robert E. Seastrom <rs@seastrom.com> wrote:

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).
You might bust out google and try and see what the oldest reference you can find to Robert Seastrom being associated with bsd development is...

Nanog-l is not someplace that we can rationally have a discussion of BSD internals or differing *BSD development/management styles.

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