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    SubjectRe: ext3 to include capabilities?
    So what, there are still enough security problems inherent in NFS. Missing UID
    Mapping alone is a reason not use it in most cases.
    Sure, for some simple stuff it is fine but serving sensitive data with it?
    No way.

    afx
    Quoting Casey Schaufler (casey@sgi.com):
    > Alan Cox wrote:
    >
    > > NFS and the telephone (see www.menwithhill.com 8)) are the same problem. And
    > > in both cases you solve it by putting a crypto layer underneath.
    >
    > Or you restrict your network. Classified phones lines that never
    > leave the building don't need to be encrypted.

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    Andreas Siegert afx@ibm.de / afx@barolo.munich.de.ibm.com / AFX at IPNET
    Every time we've moved ahead in IBM, it was because someone was willing to take
    a chance, put his head on the block, and try something new - Thomas Watson, Jr.
    PGP Key: www.muc.de/~afx/pubkey.asc, DF7F 8B58 22BE 3B37 C72B 4184 2900 1141

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