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Andrew Ayer


Systemd is not Magic Security Dust

Comment by Anonymous

Posted in reply to Comment by Reader infosec.

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"I don't think any other init system does this?"

Because other init systems stick to their scope by actually being an init, not an all-in-one tool. Init systems also don't do DNS, or go fishing, or install backdoors. Systemd isn't an init.

Now go back to sucking off the NSA. I know they're pushing Red Hat to compromise Linux after their little talk with Linus backfired.

(Always easier to pollute upstream, isn't it?)

| Posted on 2017-08-18 at 10:12:32 UTC by Anonymous | Parent | Reply to This

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