Re: comments on draft-ietf-idpr-specv1-02.txt

Mills@udel.edu Tue, 16 March 1993 01:02 UTC

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Frank,

Geeze, you trust the timestamps? NTP uses either DES or MD5 in much the
same way. For the latter, the garb was more pipe and tweed jacket.
Keeping track of keys is becoming a major headache and SDNS is not
much help.

Dave