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SubjectRe: Are linux network drivers really affected by this?
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>>>>> "dv" == Denis Vlasenko <vda@port.imtp.ilyichevsk.odessa.ua> writes:

dv> On 10 January 2003 16:53, andrea.glorioso@binary-only.com
dv> wrote:
>> >>>>> "dv" == Denis Vlasenko
>> <vda@port.imtp.ilyichevsk.odessa.ua> >>>>> writes:
>>
dv> Too much work for zero gain
>> `Too much work' refers to coding time or to kernel work?

dv> Coding.

I would have said `kernel work' (although the relative occurrence of
undersized frames is probably low).

dv> IMHO:

dv> Zero padding is secure enough.

Not for fingerprinting, though.

dv> There is no point spending time coding random padding, config
dv> options, etc.

You're probably right.

bye,

andrea
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