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Re: Study warns of open-source security danger
Not only that - Isn't it funding OpenBSD right now?
> Did not the US government fund the initial version of BSD?
> Andrew Pinski
> On Monday, June 3, 2002, at 07:54 , Christopher Hylarides wrote:
> > We've heard that same crap before. "a conservative group" hmmm, sounds
> > a lot like
> > mcafee saying that those without virus scanners are more likely to be
> > infected...
> > Chuck is right, this really has little to do with openbsd. What do you
> > want us to do?
> > Go closed source? geez...
> > Regards,
> > Christopher H. Hylarides
> > firstname.lastname@example.org
> > -----Original Message-----
> > Open-source...... hmmmm.....
> > isn't that what OpenBSD is? Maybe im wrong
> > but if something affects or affected by "open-
> > source", possible is can apply to OpenBSD!
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