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[ga-full] Re: [aso-policy] RE: [aso-comment] IP address holders - are they represented?
!Dr. Joe Baptista wrote:
> On Wed, 15 Mar 2000, KS LIM wrote:
> > I feel that I need to say some thing here. BIND may not be the best
> > product that can be but it is acceptable for the time being and
> > available free to all of us. If any one is unhappy about it he(she) can
> You don't get it - do you. Let me try to clarify the state of BIND for
> you. ALL VERSIONS OF BIND UNDER VIXIE CAN BE HACKED. Therefore the only
> conlcusion is that the existing BIND is not acceptable at all.
> If I were to publish some proceedure on bind vulnerabilities - a hacker
> could take that and have a field day. Forget the recent DOS hacks against
> YAHOO or eBAY. That sort of hacking is peanuts in comparason to what can
> be done world wide.
> Are you aware that the state of then DNS is in such a mess that the entire
> would can be subjected to an internet outage. And most of this mess sits
> squarely on Vixies lap. That's nothing to be proud about.
> Someday a hacker is going to realize these vulnerabilities exist and take
> advantage of them on a massive scale - and that frightens me.
> Your claim that the existing situation is acceptable is a very uninformed
> Joe Baptista
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You don't get it yourself! when there is no other solution, the only
solution is acceptable! That's it and it is not Vixies ' fault, he
had(not that I know of) never claim that his solution was flawless! And
he does not owe any body any thing as he was never paid for the
No regard for people like you!
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