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Andrew Ayer


Systemd is not Magic Security Dust

Comment by Anonymous

This comment is owned by whoever posted it. I am not responsible for it in any way.

I am not well-versed in security matters, but I want to make my best. So I read both your post and the latest answer of Strauss.

The result is that I understand your position and arguments, while the the post of Strauss leaves me utterly confused.

Which can only lead me to conclude that you are right, since clarity of design seems to be the top quality in terms of security.

So thanks for the warning.

| Posted on 2016-10-03 at 14:42:56 UTC by Anonymous | Reply to This

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