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Re: My Assessment of the Heartbleed OpenSSL bug and LedgerSMB

On Thu, 10 Apr 2014 19:04:27 +0200
Pongrácz István <..hidden..> wrote:

> What if they implemented this "feature" to be able to get information
> without trace? :)))) 

Then they would have succeeded spectacularly with us thinking "there is
a bug" in OpenSSL.

My preferred beckup encryption scheme still would be the One Time Pad
(OTP) as it seems really unbreakable, if it were not for the recurrency
in the problem of: "Where do I backup the OTP itself, and how do I
encrypt it?"

> ----------------eredeti üzenet-----------------
> Feladó: "ario" ..hidden.. 
> Címzett: ..hidden.. 
> Dátum: Thu, 10 Apr 2014 15:01:46 +0000
> -------------------------------------------------
> > If I were the NSA or GCHQ, I would have _loved_ to have dropped the
> > developer into the OpenSSL team that coded this 'mistake'. :)
> > 
> > ario

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