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Re: X-Server and the default port 6000....
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: X-Server and the default port 6000....
- From: "Greg Thomas" <getbsd_(_at_)_dslextreme_(_dot_)_com>
- Date: Tue, 9 Nov 2004 10:33:03 -0800 (PST)
> Enouth proofs that securityx means sometimes a shit for the developers
> of OpenBSD?
> Somebody wrote that I shouldn't tell you how to do your job..
> Well ok... but then do it and don't be as lazy as coders normaly are.
You mean lazy like Sebastian/van helsing, he who is so lazy he can't be
bothered to learn the OS he is using or even read the responses to his
emails to the list?
> You blame me for mailing "shit"?
> I blame you for the things you do because you tell everybody OpenBSD is
> more secure as other OSs.
Um, I don't see Phil telling anyone anything about how OpenBSD is more
> Well that maybe true in some ways but you fail strongly in some other
> Ok let's NOT play with outdated and risky ports and/or software.
> Who the hell needs a running inetd? A listening XServer?
> Maybe the guys who call me a moron should go to a libary to read a book
> about "footprinting".
Ah, "footprinting", very scary shit, we should all be VERY worried.
> OpenBSD can improve the security and XServer ist just 1 step....
> And if I don't like a kind of person then it's Greg...
When you're off your meds are you vh? And when you're on your meds you're
Sebastian? Is that how it works?
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