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

Joe Touch <touch@ISI.EDU> Wed, 03 June 2009 13:45 UTC

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Subject: Re: [btns] Suggestion for Better-Than-Nothing Security (btns)
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I have replied to the poster, who has also posted to TCPM with this
suggestion.

I'm not sure what the best place in the IETF to have this discussion is
(it may also depend on the reason for wanting the proposed approach),
but it seems well off-topic for this WG.

Joe

tim robertson wrote:
> 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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