It's taken Linux 9 years longer to implement it, and it will take them 9 years
longer to remove it, too :-)
On Apr 1, 2012, at 20:05, Bjoern A. Zeeb wrote:
On 1. Apr 2012, at 13:36 , Martin Sustrik wrote:
During yesterday's takedown of the Internet  it has become painstakingly
obvious that the ability to distinguish malicious packets in a quick and
efficient manner is one of the most pressing security concerns of today.
Thus, RFC3514 (a.k.a. "evil" bit)  support was implemented  in the
Linux kernel today.
It is our hope that other operating systems and network devices will follow
the suite soon and help us make Internet a safer and more welcoming place
Wow. This is great news! Happy to see you catching up after only 9 years
. I fear it should not have been backed out  given its obvious need
these days ;-)
Bjoern A. Zeeb You have to have visions!
It does not matter how good you are. It matters what good you do!
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