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Re: OpenBSD Paradox
From: Marsh Ray <marsh () extendedsubset com>
Date: Mon, 20 Dec 2010 18:20:37 -0600
On 12/20/2010 05:02 PM, coderman wrote:
On Wed, Dec 15, 2010 at 12:22 PM, Theo de Raadt<deraadt () cvs openbsd org> wrote:
... IPSEC isn't 100% crypto;
IPsec hasn't been IPSEC since rfc4301 or so...
Well that's the proof of the backdoor then!
Everyone knows TOP SECRET GOVERNMENT COMPUTERS USE ONLY UPPERCASE
LETTERS. They also make that cool bbbbbp-bbbbbp sound as they print out
embassy cables at 300 bps.
But actually, RFC 4301 (ahem, please watch your capitalization) says:
The spelling "IPsec" is preferred and used throughout this and all
related IPsec standards. All other capitalizations of IPsec (e.g.,
IPSEC, IPSec, ipsec) are deprecated. However, any capitalization of
the sequence of letters "IPsec" should be understood to refer to the
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