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SubjectRe: [stable] Linux
Casey Schaufler wrote:
> Ted Tso, Stephen Smalley and I are all recognized as security experts
> and we can't even agree on whether sockets are objects or not, much
> less what constitutes a security bug and even less what is likely to
> be a security bug. Goodness, there are some of us who would argue
> that since DNS is itself a security bug it is just not possible for
> DNS to have a security bug, as an example.
>> In most cases, they are easy to spot.
> Err, no, in the kernel environment a real security flaw is likely to
> be pretty subtle.

You do not hesitate in categorizing yourself as something as obscure
as... what's that term again? "Expert". But then you fail on basic
pragmatism when attempting to define what, nearly always, is a true or
false question?

Jeez ;)


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