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Re: TCP vulnerability
On 20 Apr 2004, at 17:37, Randy Bush wrote:
I considered that, but I figured it would take longer to make a tool which could deal with the ten thousand ways that people want to coordinate this change (*and* speak to them over the phone) than it would to just get on and do it.I suggest an extensive late-night BOF in San Francisco in the bar to discuss the mechanics of adding MD5 keys to all your sessions in 48 hours. Evidence of RSI and eyesight failure will be mandatoryfor those who prefer to be keyboard monkeys all their lives instead of building tools to configure and manage networks
The passwords were generated, the databases were populated and the rt2 tickets were opened using a magnificent lump of awk though, if I do say so myself.