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Re: Email virus protection
From: "Karsten W. Rohrbach" <karsten () rohrbach de>
Date: Wed, 20 Aug 2003 23:37:27 +0200
just me(matt () snark net)@2003.08.20 14:17:17 +0000:
Wow, the second one even mentions Mutt by name.
The more recent of those two advisories is dated August 11, 1998.
What are you trying to express, by citation of those pretty outdated
CERT advisories? If you are trying to imply that software does not
improve in a time frame of five years, go ahead and convince me. =)
On a different angle, the apparent problem of a software product being
vulnerable to an exploit is not solved by deploying a - albeit
well-patched - application monoculture worldwide. Risk is lowered by
using more well-designed software packages out there. Diversity is the
name of the game, it's nature's solution and it seems to work quite
Zero Defects, n.: The result of shutting down a production line.
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http://www.webmonster.de/ - ftp://ftp.webmonster.de/ - http://www.rohrbach.de/
GnuPG: 0xDEC948A6 D/E BF11 83E8 84A1 F996 68B4 A113 B393 6BF4 DEC9 48A6
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Re: Email virus protection Karsten W. Rohrbach (Aug 20)
Re: Email virus protection JC Dill (Aug 20)
Re: Email virus protection chuck goolsbee (Aug 21)
Re: Email virus protection Stephen J. Wilcox (Aug 21)