[btns] Suggestion for Better-Than-Nothing Security (btns)

"tim robertson" <tim987@email.com> Thu, 28 May 2009 05:05 UTC

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Hi, I have a suggestion for Better-Than-Nothing Security (btns). IPSEC
should integrate some more encryption features like Obfuscated
TCP(code.google.com/p/obstcp/) and you should work with Microsoft/Linux
to get them to release a high priority windowsupdate for all windows
xp/vista/server operating systems so everyone can install it. Same thing
for Linux too. Then IPSEC should be enabled by default for Windows
xp/vista/server and Linux. Can you pass on my suggestion?Thanks

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