On Sun, Aug 27, 2006 at 04:30:46PM +0100, Aine Douglas wrote:
> No... I personally believe in the evolution of technologies, people
> build on others successes and things get better. You can't always
> stick your head in the sand and say definitively that what PKCS12
> implementation schemes couldn't do ten years ago they can't do today.
> Its not new fangled technology, its tried and tested and proven. The
> security industry has been working with it for years applying it to
> the business needs of the world at large. It appears the opensource
> security movement haven't though.
That's nice. But you're missing the point. What you've described is
That said it would be nice if folks just gave up on this thread. You can
only deliver facts and logic for so long. Eventually you have to just
leave the person to (hopefully) learn things at some point in the future.
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