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> These folks are good at what they do and the code is GPL.
> It is worth starting to consider whether this code, or code
> from one of the other security-enhancement projects, should
> be included in the standard kernel for 2.6 or 3.0.

I think this is a good point. Its actually a nice testimonial for free
software that its finally got the NSA contributing code in a way that everyone
benefits from and which may help cut down computer crime beyond government.
(and which of course actually is part of the NSA's real job)

> > It's just code like everone else produces.
>
> So people looking at it may find bugs and vulnerabilities the
> implementers hadn't considered. Great.

Yep. Im sure all sorts of people will be finding bugs in it because they are
looking for secret NSA backdoors so why discourage them 8)

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