North American Network Operators Group|
Date Prev | Date Next | Date Index | Thread Index | Author Index | Historical
Re: Winstar says there is no TCP/BGP vulnerability
> Joe Rhett wrote: > > I've left your entire message below so that one can see I've removed > > nothing. Winstar has made NONE of the statements you are interpreting from > > their response. They have simply stated that they don't support it at this > > moment in time. I'll grant you that they could have answered "when" or > > "why" or "what else". But they certainly didn't say anything you are > > suggesting that they have said. On Tue, Apr 20, 2004 at 10:01:52PM -0700, Rodney Joffe wrote: > And given the frantic activity by every single major backbone to protect > their connections by DEMANDING MD5 authentication, I think it is > disingenuous to suggest that a network like Winstar is merely saying > "They don't support it at this time" because they haven't gotten round > to it. They have to also be saying: (assumptions removed) You do know how to spell assumption, right? They might have some very good reasons why they believe it isn't an issue, or that they have worked around. Why don't you ask, rather than spell? -- Joe Rhett Chief Geek JRhett@Isite.Net Isite Services, Inc.