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SubjectRe: crypto (was Re: Congrats Marcelo,)
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On Tue, 2002-02-26 at 16:15, Jeff Garzik wrote:

> I would -love- to see crypto in the mainstream kernel. Distribution of
> crypto software on kernel.org has been OK for a while now.
>
> Who knows what the kerneli guys, freeswan, etc. guys think.
>
> IMO it's time to get a good IPsec implementation in the kernel...

Besides IPsec, what crypto is there for the kernel? I've never really
understood what "crypto in the kernel means" since it all should be a
userspace thing.

Except IPsec, of course, and adding Freeswan would be a Good Thing.
Freeswan people?

One thing I've heard in the past is "Yes, the US is safe now wrt
encryption but <country> is not" -- and I've seen country=France,etc
i.e. (self) important places.

Robert Love

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